Summer 1993 (Estiu 1993) – ICE

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  • 27. Jul
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  • Tegund: Drama
  • Leikstjóri: Carla Simón
  • Handritshöfundur: Carla Simón
  • Ár: 2017
  • Lengd: 97 mín
  • Land: Spánn
  • Frumsýnd: 28. Júní 2019
  • Tungumál: Katalónska // Catalan
  • Aðalhlutverk: Laia Artigas, Paula Robles, Bruna Cusí, David Verdaguer, Fermi Reixacha

Spánn, sumarið 1993. Í kjölfar andláts foreldra sinna stendur hin sex ára gamla Frida skyndilega frammi fyrir fyrsta sumrinu með nýrri fósturfjölskyldu í Katalóníu. Áður en sumarið er á enda þarf stúlkan að læra að takast á við tilfinningar sínar og nýju foreldrar hennar þurfa að læra að elska hana sem sína eigin dóttur. Einstaklega falleg og hjartnæm mynd byggð á sannri sögu sem lætur engan ósnortinn!

Summer 1993 er byggð á æskuminningum og reynslu leikstýrunnar Carla Simón, en þetta er hennar fyrsta leikstjórnarverkefni á kvikmynd í fullri lengd og hún skrifaði einnig kvikmyndahandritið. Myndin var frumsýnd á 67. kvikmyndahátíðinni í Berlín í Generations keppnisflokknum, þar sem aðaláherslan er lögð á kvikmyndir sem fjalla um og eru sagðar frá sjónarhóli barna og unglinga, en þar hlaut myndin aðalverðlaun alþjóðlegrar dómnefndar fyrir bestu myndina ásamt því að hljóta GWFF verðlaunin fyrir bestu frumraun leikstjóra. Síðan þá hefur myndin farið sigurför um heiminn og hlotið fjöldann allan af verðlaunum ásamt einróma lofi gagnrýnenda. Summer 1993 var framlag Spánar sem besta erlenda mynd til 90. Óskarsverðlaunanna.

Frumsýnd 28. júní með íslenskum og enskum texta til skiptis!
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English

Spain, summer 1993. Following the death of her parents, six years old Frida faces the first summer with her new adoptive family in the Catalan province. Before the season is over, the girl has to learn to cope with her emotions and her parents have to learn to love her as their own daughter. Punctuated by moments of youthful exuberance and mature ruminations, this coming of age drama, set amongst summery hues, is an extraordinarily moving snapshot of being a child in an adult world, anchored by flawless performances by its two young stars.

Summer 1993 is a touching autobiographical film by writer-director Carla Simón that premiered at the 67th Berlinale Film Festival in the Generations competition category, where the focus on on films about and from the viewpoint of children and teenagers, the film received International Jury Grand Prix for Best Feature Film as well as winning the GWFF Best First Feature Prize. Since then the film has garnered numerous awards around the globe and critics have been praising it highly. Summer 1993 was Spain’s official submission as Best Foreign Feature Film for the 90th Oscar Academy Awards.

Premiers June 28th with Icelandic and English subtitles!
Screening times here are ONLY for screenings with ICELANDIC subtitles.
You can get info on screenings with ENGLISH subtitles by pressing HERE!

“Remarkable.” -Joe Morgenstern, The Wall Street Journal
“Extraordinary and beautiful.” -Kyle Turner, The Village Voice
“True and captivating. A thoughtful and moving family portrait.” Jonathan Holland, The Hollywood Reporter
“Not since Boyhood has a film shown this much respect and understanding for what it’s like to be a child.” -Scott Marks, San Diego Reader
“A jewel. In its subtlety, richness and warmth it is entirely beguiling – complex and simple at the same time. It is also very moving.” -Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
“A film that movingly looks at an orphaned six-year-old’s loneliness and confusion without the usual dip into sentimentality.” -Jay Weissberg, Variety
“It might be with a child’s eyes that SUMMER 1993 relates the efforts of a six year-old trying to cope with grief, but it is with maturity, empathy and heartfelt emotion that it conveys the uncertain reality that follows.” -Sarah Ward, Screen International