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Genre: Documentary
Tags: Kids, School, Love
Synopsis

„To Be Continued”, shot over the course of two years, follows seven children in various parts of the country. Among them there is someone with strong family roots in the Latvian countryside; someone who lives with their granny while their mother works in the UK; someone of a different nationality who wants to become a businessman and whose grandparents came to Latvia after the Second World War.
They are seven children at the intersection of various historical, social and economic processes. What are the skills, values and hopes instilled into them by the legacy of the past and the reality of today?
Latvia selected „To Be Continued” as country’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film of the Academy Awards.

Director
Ivars Seleckis

(b. 1934) is the oldest documentary filmmaker in Latvia who is still actively working. His filmography is like a bridge connecting the modern day with the legendary past of the Latvian documentary tradition, and Seleckis is one of most prolific creators of that tradition. His film „Crossroad Street” (1988) received an EFA award for best documentary.

Filmography
  • Skersiela (doc, Crossroad Street, 1988)
  • Zem ozola kuplajiem zariem (doc, In the Shade of the Oak Tree, 2007)
  • Capitalism at Crossroad Street (doc, 2013)
Wed, 28.11.2018
6:30 pm
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 5
130506
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 130506
Movie guests
Director Ivars Seleckis, Producer  Gints Grube, Producer  Antra Gaile
Thu, 29.11.2018
5:45 pm
Tallinn, 
Kino Artis
Hall 2
141506
Subtitles: 
ENG
Screening code: 141506
Screenings with guests might end later than expected.
Film info
Country: Latvia
Year: 2018
Duration: 95 minutes
Language: Latvian
Director: Ivars Seleckis
Producers: Antra Gaile, Gints Grube
Writer: Dace Dzenovska
DOP: Valdis Celmiņš
Montage: Andra Doršs
Composer: Kārlis Auzāns
Production: Mistrus Media
Festival: Nyon Visions du Réel
Synopsis

„To Be Continued”, shot over the course of two years, follows seven children in various parts of the country. Among them there is someone with strong family roots in the Latvian countryside; someone who lives with their granny while their mother works in the UK; someone of a different nationality who wants to become a businessman and whose grandparents came to Latvia after the Second World War.
They are seven children at the intersection of various historical, social and economic processes. What are the skills, values and hopes instilled into them by the legacy of the past and the reality of today?
Latvia selected „To Be Continued” as country’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film of the Academy Awards.

Director
Ivars Seleckis

(b. 1934) is the oldest documentary filmmaker in Latvia who is still actively working. His filmography is like a bridge connecting the modern day with the legendary past of the Latvian documentary tradition, and Seleckis is one of most prolific creators of that tradition. His film „Crossroad Street” (1988) received an EFA award for best documentary.

Filmography
  • Skersiela (doc, Crossroad Street, 1988)
  • Zem ozola kuplajiem zariem (doc, In the Shade of the Oak Tree, 2007)
  • Capitalism at Crossroad Street (doc, 2013)