Zero Street

Short fiction film – dir. Andrey Getov

A Man carrying his Suitcase… Where to?

Synopsis

A Man carrying his Suitcase… Where to?

Director’s notes

The story of a vicious Circle.
A Circle of seemingly systematic, yet somewhat chaotic actions.
A Circle of burdens and limitations.
A Circle of unfathomable transitions.
But somewhere beyond the shining Hope will rise.

Technical specs

  • original title: Zero Street Na Ulitsa Nula
  • alternate titles: Zero Street
  • country: Bulgaria
  • release date: October 2010
  • filming format: 16 mm
  • screening formats: HD, BD, BetaSP, MiniDV, DVD, DV
  • picture: colour, 1.85:1
  • sound: stereo 2.0
  • runtime: 4 min
  • original language: Bulgarian
  • subtitles: English, Bulgarian
  • IMDb: imdb.com/title/tt1773584
  • website: monoco.eu/zerostreet

Cast

  • the man with the suitcase – Daniel Rashev

Crew

  • director & scriptwriter – Andrey Getov
  • director of photography – Ivan Vatsov
  • producers – Andrey Getov, Delyan Kaloyanov & Ivan Vatsov
  • co-producers – Simeon Tsonchev & Stunt Factory
  • art director & costume designer – Vanina Geleva
  • editors – Andrey Getov & Svetoslav Vladimirov
  • original music score – Returns © 2009 Trever Hagen
  • sound designer – Vladimir Kaloyanov
  • title designer – Dimitar Stoyanov
  • poster designer – Sofia Dimitrova
  • colourist – Kalin Petrov
  • assistant director – Simeon Tsonchev
  • telecine – Svetoslav Matev
  • script supervisor – Stefania Velichkova
  • focus puller – Hristo Alexandrov-Sinkata
  • camera assistants – Ivaylo Donchev & Dimo Alexandrov
  • video assistant – Hristo Shterev-Karatista
  • on set photographer – Emona Tsoncheva
  • sound recordist – Petar Kadiiski
  • set dresser – Zdravko Vasilev
  • unit production manager – Simeon Tsonchev
  • set coordinator – Preslav Vulchev
  • production assistant – Stefan Krastev
  • location scouts – Andrey Getov, Delyan Kaloyanov & Ivan Vatsov
  • transport – Ivan Geshtakov
  • cherry picker – Nikolay Ivanov
  • drivers – Blagoy Blagoev, Vladimir Vassilev & Tsvetan Mirchev
  • catering – Stanislav Stoyanov & Stefana Todorova
  • production – CinEye & Mono Collective

Kindly supported by

Special thanks

Anatoli Alexandrov, Valentin Marinov-Pelo, Vladimir Georgiev, Victor Mihaylov, Detelina Chobanova, Donka Serafimova, Elena Mosholova, Elena Stoyneva, Ivan Bojkov, eng. Lazar Lazarov, Josif Asturkov, Kera Ivanova, Krasimira Borisova, Lorenzo Senatore, Lubomir Draganov, Madlen Radicheva-Kaloyanova, Margarita Petrova, Marian Chelebiev, Miroslav Mirchev, Miroslav Stoilov, Niki Noev, Pavel Naydenov, Pavlina Stoyanova, Svetla Tsotsorkova, Slavia Kavdanska, Stanimir Vatsov, Stefan Krastev, Stefan Chernev, Todor Todorov, Hristo Trendafilov, Shimon Sabbah, Tsvetan Naydenov, Tsvetanka Stoyanova

Music score

The composer Trever Hagen created the original music score for the film. Now you can hear it here:

Film festivals (13)

  • Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market, 27 January – 4 February 2012, Clermont-Ferrand (France)
  • Festival des 24 Courts, 3-5 February 2012, Volnay (France)
  • Short Soup International Short Film Festival, 22 January 2012, Sidney (Australia)
  • Madrid Experimental Cinema Week, 18-25 November 2011, Madrid (Spain)
  • Wordless International Short Film Festival, 14 November 2011, Zanjan (Iran)
  • Bunter Hund International Short Film Festival Munich, 13-16 October 2011, Munich (Germany)
  • Festival International Signes de Nuit, 5-16 October 2011, Paris (France)
  • The Ninth & The Last Experimental International Short Film Festival, 23-25 September 2011, Sidney (Australia)
  • Milano Film Festival, 9-18 September 2011, Milano (Italy)
  • Balkan Film Food Festival, 29 August – 4 September 2011, Pogradec (Albania)
  • Concorto Film Festival, 20-27 August 2011, Piacenza (Italy)
  • Go Short International Short Film Festival, 16-20 March 2011, Nijmegen (The Netherlands)
  • Sofia International Film Festival, Jameson Competition, 4-13 March 2011, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Special screenings and events (6)

  • Movie Nights in Philipopolis, 1-13 July 2011, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)
  • Best of Go Shorts on Tour, 13 March – 2 April 2011, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Arnhem, Groningen, Maastricht, Eindhoven, Utrecht, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  • Closing Gala of the 4th Filmini International Short Film Festival, 16 October 2010, Sofia (Bulgaria)

* Last updated: 6 January 2012.

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