Where Motion Has Not Yet Ceased

Having found refuge from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in Prague, two women and their young daughters face the expectation and hope of an imminent return to Ukraine. 

SYNOPSIS

Prague, 2022 – Having found refuge from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, two women and their young daughters face the waiting and hope of an imminent return to Ukraine. Shelved in this city, these women tell the story of their past and give access to their daily life, their present, in which they try to learn how to live again.

Theme(s): , Human Rights, Sociology, War

DETAILS

Director | , Juliette Balthazard
Year | , 2023
Country | , Québec
Duration | 17 minutes
Original language | , Russian, Ukrainian
Subtitles | , French
Sound | Marie-Pier Bourdeau
Sound mixing | Christophe Voyer (Les Copains du Son)
Music | Fabien Leblanc
Editing | Carol Nguyen
Cinematographer | Xavier Doutre
Cast | Olha Uspenska, Nataliia Sukhodolska

DIRECTOR

Photo

Juliette Balthazard

SEE COMPLETE PROFILE

Juliette Balthazard completed her studies at UQÀM, with a bachelor’s degree in cinema (2019 – 2022). Her versatility allowed her to take on several types of creative positions. Her last direction of photography, Yvon / L’Éternel, ended up at the 2022 edition of RIDM festival.
Now, she’s more into directing. Her short fiction film Caterpillars House begin his journey in festivals, as it’s been selected at Prends Ça Court 2023 and Festival de cinéma de la ville de Québec 2023. She also has a documentary and fiction projects in development. Her next documentary received the grant of the Canada Council for the Arts for the development of the project.

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

SCREENING 1 | 

23 July 2024 at 20h45

Parc Médéric-Martin 

This film is included in screening Short film competition – Programme #2