January 2019. Filmmaker Karim Aïnouz decides to take a boat, cross the Mediterranean and embark on his first journey to Algeria. Accompanied by the memory of his mother, Iracema, and his camera, Aïnouz gives us a detailed account of the journey to his father’s homeland; from the sea crossing to his arrival in the Atlas Mountains in Kabylia in northern Algeria to his return. Interweaving present, past and future.
- France, Germany, Algeria, 2021
- FEST Fokus
- Karim Aïnouz
- Karim Aïnouz, Murilo Hauser
- Murilo Hauser, Viviane Letayf, Karim Aïnouz…
- Juan Sarmiento G.
- Ricardo Saraiva
- Benedikt Schiefer
- Maria Carlota Fernandes Bruno, João Moreira Salles, Walter Salles, Christopher Zitterbart
- MPM Film (Movies Partners in Motion Film), Big Sister, Watchmen Productions, Globo Filmes, VideoFilmes
- DistributerPrint Source:
- MCF MegaCom Film
2021 Marinherio das montanhasMariner of the MountainsMornar sa planina
2019 A Vida InvisívelInvisible LifeNevidljivi život
2018 O Sol na Cabeça
2014 Futuro BeachFuturo
2011 O Abismo PrateadoSilver CliffSrebrna litica
2009 Viajo porque preciso, volto porque te amoI Travel Because I Have to, I Come Back Because I Love YouPutujem jer moram, vraćam se jer te volim
2006 O Céu de SuelyLove for SaleLjubav na prodaju
2002 Madame SatãMadam sata
- 2021 - Kan, Karlove Vari, Sao Paulo, Hamburg, Busan, Beč, AmsterdamCannes Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, São Paulo International Film Festival, Hamburg Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, Vienna International Film Festival, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam
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Kombank dvorana, Hall 6
KARIM AJNUZ / KARIM AÏNOUZ
Born in 1966 in Fortaleza, Karim Aïnouz studied architecture in Brasília and cinema at New York University. His first feature Madame Satã (2002) was selected for Un Certain Regard at Cannes. Love for Sale (2006) and I Travel Because I Have to, I Come Back Because I Love You (2009), were both invited at the Orizzonti section of the Venice Festival and won a number of international awards. The Silver Cliff (2011) was presented at the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes. Invisible life (2019) won Cannes Un Certain Regard Award and then at the 48th FEST 2020 won the Belgrade winner for the Best Film in the Main Program.
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Karim Aïnouz takes us on an enthralling visual journey into his thoughts and feelings as he ventures to Algeria, his father’s birthplace, for the first time.
Kaleem Aftab, Cineuropa