The Vibrant Village
dir. Weronika Jurkiewicz / Poland, Hungary / 2019 / 7 min. / Warsaw premiere
Section: New Faces
Director: Weronika Jurkiewicz
Screenplay: Weronika Jurkiewicz
Cinematography: André Cruz
Editing: Weronika Jurkiewicz
Sound: Adam Wojtaś
Producers: Weronika Jurkiewicz
Production: University Of Theatre And Film Arts in Budapest, DocNomads
World sales: Weronika Jurkiewicz
Language: without dialogue
In a quiet Hungarian village, men gather to swill beer at the bar. Meanwhile, the women are busy at work, contributing their time to the mass production of sexual satisfaction.
FESTIVALS & AWARDS
Sheffield Doc/Fest, Women Make Waves Film Festival, International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima, FrontDoc International Documentary Festival, Austin Polish Film Festival (Best Non-animated Short), FIPADOC - Festival International Documentaire, DokuFest, Feminnale of Contemporary Art, Luksuz Film Festival
Weronika Jurkiewicz is a writer, director and producer whose work focuses on intimate, local stories as a way to comment on bigger social issues, usually touching on subjects related to trauma, gender and politics. She is an alumna of DocNomads European Joint Masters Program in Documentary Filmmaking as well as Dual BA Program between Sciences Po Paris and Columbia University in New York. “The Vibrant Village” is her first film.