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Films are shown with the original audio and Ukrainian and English subtitles.

One of the highlights of KISFF2018 is the focus on the works of the French director duo, Jonathan Vinelle and Caroline Poggi, whose films you have probably seen at the last three editions of KISFF. They are young and crazy, they break the stereotypes and create their films without any dogmas and frames. «As long as shotguns remain» was presented at Berlinale in 2014, «Martin cries» in 2017. The duo will visit Kyiv, so you will have the opportunity to talk with them personally.

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After School Knife Fight

Jonatan Vinel & Caroline Poggi

France / 2017, 21 min


Laëtitia, Roca, Nico and Naël are in a band. As per usual, they meet late afternoon before rehearsal in a vacant lot. The group will soon no longer exist; they will be forced to disband because Laetitia is moving away to study. This is the story of four young adults who do not want to say good-bye.

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Jonatan Vinel

France / 2017, 16 min


Imagine you wake up one day, all your friends have disappeared. The friends that should be there are gone. So you look. You look everywhere. Every hiding place, each inch of the city, all the marshes, all the rivers. You look, but cannot find them.

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Our Legacy

Jonatan Vinel & Caroline Poggi

France / 2015, 24 min


"He could have taught me so much." It's the statement of the disappointed son trying to fill the void of his absent father that creates the back bone to this most classic of genres: the son-seeking-father story.

As Long as Shotguns Remain

Jonatan Vinel & Caroline Poggi

France / 2014, 30 min


It is warm. The streets are strangely empty. Palm trees are dying and shotguns cry. Joshua wants to die but does not want to leave brother Maël alone.