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Kino Gold

Synopsis A photo developer who works at a developments shop has a regular customer that sends wholesome and lovely photographs of herself and her husband, until one evening, the developer discovers that the woman sent in a new reel with only herself. Her husband has passed. Feeling moved and motivated to see the woman, the developer decides to pay it forward and offers her a sense of solidarity.


Director - Irma Čakarić


Our Review

We really enjoyed the film! It transported me back to a time when photos were taken with negative rolls in old click cameras. The cinematography is simply mesmerizing, and every scene is like a precious gem that stays with you long after the film ends. Calvin's subtle expressions convey so much without him having to say anything at all. The original score, editing, screenplay, cinematography, direction, production design, and Ben Hilzer's outstanding performance all contribute to making this film a grand success.


Credits

  • Irma Čakarić Director

  • Irma Čakarić Writer

  • Irma Čakarić Producer The Wolves, Miles, Ladders, One New Message

  • Ben Hilzer Key Cast "Calvin" Army & Coop, Rook., Shooting Guard, Loose Change: A Memoir of Childhood

  • Jadranka Čakarić Key Cast "Ruth"

Specifications

  • Project Type: Student, Short

  • Genres: Drama, Short Film, Student Film, Emotional Drama

  • Runtime: 6 minutes 53 seconds

  • Completion Date: December 14, 2022

  • Production Budget: 200 USD

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Country of Filming: United States

  • Shooting Format: Digital, GH4

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: Yes - University of Colorado Boulder













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