Cinema City 2009.
This is a story of a 17-year-old boy named Hari Rai, who lives in a small village in the Himalayan Mountains of Nepal, and his extraordinary journey. Hari is a student. However, he also works as a porter so that he could pay for his tuition and cover his living expenses. Although very young, he already has three years of experience carrying loads up and down the mountain, mostly tourists' backpacks. This time, he gets a job to carry a huge red refrigerator from the top of the mountain, to the nearest town.
About the directors:
Lucian (born in 1976 in Serbia), graduated from the University of Film and Theatre, Department of Cinematography in Bucharest, Romania, in 2000. Since he graduated, he’s been working as a cinematographer for various international Productions and TV networks.
Natasa (born in 1977 in Serbia), graduated from the University of Arts, Department of Photography and Video in Bucharest, Romania, in 2001. She has MA degree in Fine Art Photography & History of Photography from the University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia. Currently, she is advancing her studies in photography.
In 2005, Lucian and Natasa filmed, directed, produced and edited their first documentary film, a short film called Punam. Punam has been screened at more than 50 international festivals and received 8 awards, one of them the UNICEF Award for children Rights.
Film budget: $7500