CAT IN THE WALL
/in post - production/ 2018, 111 min., DCP
Based on true events, the film explores the sudden alienation of multicultural communities in the heart of London. It takes place on a massive block of flats, looking like the Titanic ship - one of the last strongholds of the British social system. The so-called process of gentrification is reaching its peak and together with Brexit and other political manipulations plants the seed of hatred among people.
A lost cat acts as a catalyst for the unfolding conflict between migrants and their British working-class neighbours living on the social welfare system. Irina, a Bulgarian single mother aspires to climb the social ladder in the British society and deeply despises people living on benefits. The working class family carries a deep drama, and that makes Irina’s attitude change. Both sides flaunt their own prejudices while living together on a sinking ship.
Edinburgh IFF Works-in-progress
CineLink Sarajevo IFF
Cast: Irina Atanasova, Angel Genov, Orlin Asenov, Gilda Waugh, Jon-jo Inkpen, Kadisha Gee Camara, Chinwe A Nwokolo, John Harty; DoP:Dimitar Kostov; Focus puller: Galina Vasileva; Art Director: Yulia Kunova; Editing: Donka Ivanova, Benjamin Gerstein; Sound: Georgi Marinov; Scriptwriters: Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova; Directors: Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova
Producer: Activsit38 - Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova, Glasshead Limited (UK) – Lambros Atteshlis, Ici et Là Productions (FR) - Christophe Bruncher, Bulgarian National Television
Supported by: Creative Europe’s programme MEDIA for development
Contacts: Address: 149 B Rakovski Street, Sofia 1000, Bulgaria
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Awards: ARTE (International Relations Award at Cinelink) 2017, Coco Post Pitch Award 2017