Presented by Txema Muñoz
Screening of the short films selected in the Kimuak 2017 catalogue: Ab alio, Aprieta pero raramente ahoga, Areka, Euritan, For the good times, La fiebre del oro, Plágan.
Kimuak is an annual selection of short films made in Euskadi.
The main selection criterion is the quality of the work, as well as being comprehensible for large audiences. The originality and risk of the proposal will be also valued, besides being shot in Basque and having the collaboration of Basque technicians and actors.
Iñigo Royo e Iñigo Fernández Ostolaza, 2017, 9:06
Ab Alio is faithful to the quote by Augusto Monterroso that states: “There are three topics: love, death and flies”.
Aprieta pero raramente ahoga
David P. Sañudo, 2017, 14:59
Daniel goes to a job interview. If selected, he will be in charge of walking Siegfried, Cosme’s dog. But Siegfried is a fierce dog and, if the right instructions are not followed, he can become fearsome.
Atxur Animazio Taldea, 2017, 6:35
Euxebi’s father was killed during the war. In her youth, Euxebi suffered Francoist repression and, to this day, despite the fact that the dictatorship ended long ago, she has not had the change to recover the memory of her father. After many years, when they finally open the grave where he is, Euxebi puts a picture next to his bones.
Arantza Santesteban eta Irati Gorostidi, 2017, 20:35
Euritan is a review of the narrative "Klara eta biok", written by Itxaro Borda in 1985. Putting the author against the words of her past, it updates her view on the peripheral relationship around the Basque character.
For the good times
Andrés Daniel Sainz, 2017, 29:58
On the birthday of the patriarch of the family, one of his sons decides to come out of the closet and test the tolerance of his nearest and dearest. But the surprises that he has up his sleeve do not end there.
La fiebre del oro
Raúl de la Fuente, 2017, 24:43
In Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, the poverty of the population and wealth of the subsoil remain irreconcilable, taking the lives of hundreds of miners. Did you know that your health also depends on their work?
Koldo Almandoz, 2017, 9:58
Plague: From the Latin word “plaga” meaning 'blow', 'wound'. Meaning: Massive, sudden appearance of living beings of the same species that cause serious damage to animal or plant populations. Abundance of something harmful.