CINÉ JUNIOR 2014: “BAUYR“ (Little Brother) by SERYK APRYMOVS wins CICAE ART CINEMA AWARD
The CICAE is proud to announce that the members of the its jury awarded “BAUYR” (Little Brother) by Serik Aprymov as best film in the category International Feature Films Competition of Ciné Junior 2014 (www.cinemapublic.org), which took place in Val de Marne, France, from January 29th to February 11th.
The jury was composed by: Anne Cassan (Cinéma Le Capitole-Uzès/ Festival Cinéma Jeune Public- Languedoc-Roussillon / France), Nadège Herrygers (Cinéma Plaza Art – Mons / Festival du Film d’Amour de Mons / Belgium), Julie Magniat (Cinélatino Film Festival, Toulouse / France).
Jury’s decision: coming soon
SYNOPSYS One small remote village lost in the mountains. The protagonist is a nine-year-old kid, Yerken, who resembles an ill nestling forced to live without any support and help whatsoever. He lives alone. Finally the day comes and his older brother returns home. Yerken is full of joy and happiness. Unfortunately, the older brother turns out to be the direct opposite of little Yerken. He is cold and hollow-hearted. Little Yerken doesn’t notice his defected personality due to the infinite love to his older brother. In the film’s finale, the older brother leaves and Yerken is left all alone in this world. Yerken never leaves an impression of a helpless little boy, depending on everyone and everything around him. Yerken doesn’t fight the reality around him—he is too young for that. He is self-contained and protected by his inner world.
Film details and contacts:
- Directed by: Serik Aprymov
- Produced by: KazakhFilms JSC
- Cast: Alisher Aprymov, Almat Galym
- Country: Kazakhstan
- Year: 2013
- Duration: 95
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