Kosovar Short Displaced in the Sundance Short Film Competition

2021-12-16 11:41:17

The Sundance Film Festival has premiered their official Sundance Shorts program, a boon of new talent premiering as part of the festival’s ten-day lineup.

Fifty-nine short films were selected for the competition from over ten thousand submissions, representing twenty-six countries and an all-time high for the festival’s short film program, premiering both in-person and online.

Domestic and international nonfiction shorts total fifteen, including Displaced, from writer-director Samir Karahoda, coming from Kosovo. Eroll Bilibani is producing. 

In postwar Kosovo, driven to keep their beloved sport of table tennis alive, two local players wander from one obscure location to another, carrying with them their club’s only possession: their tables.

Sundance’s 2022 short films will screen in programs or in-person before features at the festival in Park City, running from January 20 to January 30, 2022, with a majority also screening online. For more information, audiences can visit the festival’s website

Source: https://collider.com/ 




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