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Man patik kas rita bus (I Like What's Gona Be Tomorrow)

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ABOUT THE FILM

For us it is easier to act as if they didn’t exist. What do our faces express when we encounter them and when they talk to us? A film about us "normal" people and them – mentally challenged children.

Credit

DIRECTOR'S DATA

Nationality:
Latvia
Activities:
Renars Vimba has studied film directing in Baltic Film and Media School in Tallinn and cinematography in the Latvian Academy of Culture in Riga. Before has studied social sciences in the University of Latvia and visual art and ceramics in the Fjordane Folkehogskule in Norway.

Director / screenwriter
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2010 “CHILDREN FOREVER“, documentary (in production)
2009 “THE BREAKWATER“ short, fiction
2008 “DADDY DOLL“ short, fiction
2007 “I LIKE WHAT'S GONA BE TOMORROW” documentary
2006 “ALLE!” documentary
Screening / Award history:
Documentary “I LIKE WHAT'S GONA BE TOMORROW” received 1st Prize in the contest of short film competition "All Human Beings Are Free And Equal…" which is being jointly organized by the Goethe-Institut and the "Remembrance and Future" fund.

2007 November - “MUNICH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILM SCHOOLS”, Germany (world premiere), 1st Prize
2007 December - “FILOFEST”, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2008 March - “HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY FILM DAYS”, competition programme, Kiev, Ukraine
2008 March - “The MEDIAWAVE” International Visual Art Foundation, Hungary
2008 March - INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY AND SHORT FILMS FESTIVAL, Belgrade, Serbia
2008 March - “ONE WORLD” International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
2008 April - “goEAST “ 8th Festival of Central and Eastern European film, Wiesbaden, Germany
2008 April - „HUMAN RIGHTS: 60 YEARS AND WAY TO GO“ International film programme, Chennai, India
2008 June - “IN THE PALACE” International Short Film Festival, Balchik, Bulgaria
2008 September - “DRAMA” International Short Film Festival, Athens, Greece
2008 September - Prize winning films Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin, Germany
2008 November - School-Cinema Days in the Arsenal, Berlin, Germany
2008 November - INTERNATIONAL IZMIR SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, Izmir, Turkey
2009 April - KynnysKINO Disability Film Festival
2009 May - „TIME TO LIVE” International festival, competition programme, Moscow, Russia

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Human Rights Declaration the film has been shown on German television 3SAT.

16 people voted

Marcis Dejus
2009-10-23 03:06:30

Thanks, Renar!
YOU OPENED MY EYES WIDER TO HAPPY LIFE VIEW OF CHILDREN WITH MENTAL ILLNESESS. POSSITIVE FILM.

Anchelee
2009-09-23 02:30:41

Thought provoking.
Excellent film.

alise
2009-09-17 04:34:45

paldies!

anita
2009-09-17 01:38:25

kristīne
2009-09-17 00:47:41

girts86
2009-09-16 21:37:22

inga
2009-09-16 04:07:01

Simona
2009-09-15 06:16:42

tamarakabakova
2009-09-15 04:50:49

janis
2009-09-15 04:07:09

Man ljoti patika! Liek padomaat!