:69 MINUTES OF 86 DAYS
Norway, 2017, 71 min
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Slowly we glide over the remains of life-wests at an unnamed shoreline, establishing the tense political framework of this story. From here we pass on to observe groups of fellow travelers, still continuously moving forward. In the midst of the crowd a 3-year-old girl catches our attention. Carefully we are getting into her journey... This film tells the story about childhood, family relations, hope and a world that is difficult to understand. All presented to us by 3-year-old Lean.
- Director Bio
- Festivals And Awards
Egil Håskjold Larsen has worked as a cinematographer and director since finishing his studies in 2008. Studying fine art photography in Turkey, and finally documentary filmmaking in Norway. In 2016 he released his first documentary film Ad Astra. The film has been screened at festivals and at The Autumn Exhibition 2016 in Norway. 69 Minutes of 86 Days is his first feature length documentary film.
Special Mention in the NORDIC:DOX Award - CPH:DOX 2017. Emerging Int’l Filmmaker Award - Hot Docs 2017. Winner of the Youth Jury Award - Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017. Best Documentary Cinematography, Honourable Mention – Nordic/Docs 2017.
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