|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (29)|
|Young Feminist Forum (11)||Korean Cinema Retrospective: Confessing Women (4)|
|Turkish Cinema Panorama: Living as a Woman in Islamic Culture (7)||Focus on Věra Chytilová (6)|
|Feminist Film and Video Activism (9)||Asian Short Film & Video Competition (18)|
|Documentary Ock Rang Award (1)|
Anne Elvedal, Lise Osvoll
Shaking and discontinuous screen and rough action of clay puppets in this short animated film seem to express anxiety about women’s life after childbirth. Thinking about women’s anxiety imposed on her body since carrying a baby for nine months, this film could be women’s kind self-portrayal for men who can barely understand or even imagine it. (Kim Joon-yang)
Anne ElvedalAnne Elvedal
Born in 1973. Studied nursing and worked five years in the field of psychiatric health before continuing her education as a copywriter at the Westerdals School of Communication. In 1999, she won a script competition sponsored NRK Filmredaksjonen. She directed Online (1999) and co-directed The World is a Little Cage (2002) with Lise Osvoll.
Lise OsvollLise Osvoll
Born in 1979, Lise Osvoll studied art direction at Granum Art School and the Westerdals School of Communication. She co-directed The World Is a Little Cage (2002) and a music video One Second (2003) for the band Englefjes, with Anne Elvedal.