Thirty films competed in International and National Competition Programs of LISFF Wiz-Art 2020, and two jury teams - Bogdan Muresanu (Romania), Julia Synkevych (Ukraine), Anna Korinek (Czech Republic), Ivan Kozlenko (Ukraine), Dekel Berenson (Israel), and Kateryna Hornostai (Ukraine) decided the winners. Find more information about the jury decision on the official festival website. Program is available to watch until 23:50 September 13th.

  • Still frame from the movie STAY AWAKE, BE READY

    STAY AWAKE, BE READY

    Pham Thien An Vietnam

    14 min fiction 2019 Language of dialogues Vietnamese

    A motorbike crash happening before the street stalls on a street corner was embedded in the mysterious story of three young men. 

  • Still frame from the movie SAVE ME, DOCTOR!

    SAVE ME, DOCTOR!

    Dmytro Hreshko Ukraine

    19 min documentary 2020 Language of dialogues Ukrainian, Russian

    The film tells about the work of the ambulance team during the New Year holidays in Kyiv. The main characters are three ambulance workers: a doctor, a paramedic, and a driver, and the challenges and patients they face during their work shift. 

  • Still frame from the movie WATERMELON JUICE

    WATERMELON JUICE

    Irene Moray Spain

    22 min fiction 2019 Language of dialogues Catalan

    Barbara and Pol spend a few days on holiday with a group of friends in a house surrounded by nature. With the support of Pol, in the midst of nature, between tears and laughter, Barbara will heal old wounds and redefine her sexuality.

  • Still frame from the movie TRADITION

    TRADITION

    Ioseb "Soso" Bliadze Germany, Georgia

    23 min fiction 2019 Language of dialogues English, German, Georgian

    Two German tourists, Christian and Daniel are visiting Georgia as a tourists. They are searching for a food in a village and suddenly they are invited on a Georgian wedding. Their real adventures starts here.

  • Still frame from the movie IN OUR SYNAGOGUE

    IN OUR SYNAGOGUE

    Ivan Orlenko Ukraine

    20 min fiction 2019 Language of dialogues Yiddish

    A boy tries to find out what happened in the old local synagogue. Obsessed, he is chasing something he never saw and does not pay any attention to what is happening around him.

  • Still frame from the movie AUSTRAL FEVER

    AUSTRAL FEVER

    Thomas Woodroffe Chile

    21 min fiction 2019 Language of dialogues Spanish

    Amanda, a complaisant and lonely woman in her mid-fourties, lives with Daniel, her sixteen-year-old son, in the mountains of southern Chile. Octavio, a friend of Daniel, is accidentally injured while hunting in the forest. Amanda takes over the healing sessions, developing an intimate bond between them. They discover that the contact with the wound produces an addictive pleasure.

  • Still frame from the movie THE CARPET

    THE CARPET

    Natasha Kyselova Ukraine

    20 min fiction 2020 Language of dialogues Ukrainian, Russian

    Tolik is a teenager who lives with his mother in a front line city. Each day she asks him to clean on the carpet. But he has no deal with it – he has a business with his friends. Besides, he falls in love with a young woman and helps her with a baby. Through all of these vital difficulties nobody notices how the war comes.