Followed by a zoom q&a with the director Christina Tynkevych.
Anya’s life appears to be on the up, she has just taken out a mortgage for the dream apartment where she will live with her 10-year-old daughter, Katia. By a sudden turn of events Anya finds herself facing a dilemma that makes her question society’s lack of morals, and upends her own.
Christina Tynkevych’s first feature is a confident, intense work of cinema, helped by the magnetic performance from Anastasia Karpenko as Anya.
Christina Tynkevych grew up in Kyiv, Ukraine. She holds a film degree from the University of the Arts and the University of Westminster (London, UK) and is a MIDPOINT Institute alumna. Christina has directed two short films and a feature documentary. Yak Tam Katia? (How is Katia ?) is her feature debut and won two prizes at the Locarno Film Festival: Special Jury Prize and Best Actress.
Thursday 9 February, 19:00 → 21:30
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
- Subtitles: English