My Uncle Tudor
Belgium, Moldova2021documentary20'International Short Film Competition
A starting point for the shocking self-documentary by Olga Lucovnicova is her homecoming to Moldova. The house is filled with memories, yet everyone around her seems to idealise the past which hides a trauma. The director does not point the lens of the camera at herself but uses it to observe her family. As she is younger than her relatives, she checks if anyone in her family will have the courage to recall something more than anecdotes and posed photos.
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- Q&A guestOlga Lucovnicova
She comes from Moldova. She is a documentary filmmaker and a beginning researcher in the field of audiovisual arts. Her latest film “My Uncle Tudor” has been awarded with the Golden Bear at the 71st edition of Berlinale. In her films, she combines observational cinema with poetic elements emphasising such key factors as human emotions and feelings.
- Olga Lucovnicova (DocNomads, LUCA School of Arts)