FEDOR

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Fiction ∙ 2016
25 min ∙ 16/9
French
SeLECTION
Winterthurer Kurzfilmtage 2016
A film by Hugo Radi

After robbing a luxury boutique, brothers Fédor and Oscar steal a limousine in which they discover a mysterious young woman, Wendy. Moved by the burglars, she decides to accompany them. The unlikely trio hides in a deep forest where the brothers’ relationship will be distraught…

With Noé Borin, Hugo Baud and Caroline Ventura
"Fedor, you have to know where you're going when you wear new shoes."


Director


Hugo Radi was born in Geneva in 1992. He did his entire scolarship in Geneva where he obtained his swiss diploma before studying cinema at Lausanne's art school (ECAL) in 2012. In 2015, he directed is first fiction entitled "Swizzair", selected at the Premier Plans festival in Angers.

Selective filmography


Fedor · fiction · 25' · 2016

Swizzair · fiction · 19' · 2015


«With Fedor, Hugo proposes a surprising film on the difficulty of becoming an adult while using the "escape movie" genre. What interested us was the initiatory journey theme and the project's particular ambition : an audacious universe and romantic characters with unexpected attitudes.»
Kaspar Schiltknecht, producer

With the participation of


Noé Borini
Hugo Baud
and Caroline Ventura

With

Fedor Ugnivenko

Screenplay and directing

Hugo Radi

Assistant directing

Natalia Ducrey

Director of Photography

Augustin Losserand

Sound

Timothée Zurbuchen

Original soundtrack

Timothée Endt, Prop&lean

Editing

Louis Richard

Sound editing

Louis Hans-Moëvi
Lou Rambert Preiss

Sound mixing

Gaël Eleon

Color grading

Augustin Losserand

Production

École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne

Coproduction

Thera Production, Kaspar Schiltknecht

Festivals

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur 2016 / 14th Crossing Film Festival Linz 2017

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