1905. A Jewish Shtetl. Shimek and Buzya are two 10 year olds. Of course, she is a princess and he is a prince. They live in the same yard, in neighboring palaces. What Buzya really means to him, Shimek begins to understand only years later when, far away from home, he receives the news that Buzya is about to be married off.
2015: 50th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Award of Ecumenical Jury- Special Mention
2015: Odessa International Film Festival, Golden Duke for Best Picture, Golden Duke for the Best Ukrainian feature
2015: Chicago International Film Festival
2015: Montreal Festival du nouveau cinema
2015: 40th Toronto International Film Festival
Aleksander Tkachenko, Igor Kolomoisky
DOP / Camera
Eva Neymann, born in 1974, in Zaporozhje, Ukraine, studied law at the Philipps Universität in Marburg (1994-1998) and graduated in film directing from the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (2007). Eva directed three documentary and three feature films that have been screened and awarded at numerous international film festivals.
Samri Otomri (2001)
Just Like Old Times (2004)
Das Meer sehen (2005)
God’s Ways (2007)
At the River (2007)
House With a Turret (2012)
Song of Songs (2015)