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PRODUCTION: Indian Summer in Preproduction Featured

2012-08-09
Director Gejza Dezorz Director Gejza Dezorz

BRATISLAVA: Gejza Dezorz plans to shoot his first feature film, Indian Summer, beginning on 17 September 2012, produced by Marian Urban through ALEF Film&Media Group, s.r.o. (www.afm.sk).

 

Indian Summer/Babie leto - The Jesoskero Nilaj is a thriller about betrayal, revenge and a dead love involving a man who returns from prison and tries to win back what has been stolen from him: his family and his youth.

The director co-wrote the script with Agda Bavi Pain. Richard Žolko is the DOP. The cast includes Alexander Bárta, Jevgenij Libezňuk, Attila Mokos, Alena Ďuránová, and Tomáš Maštalír.

Shooting will take place in Bratislava and surrounding areas for approximately 20 days. The budget of the 400,000 EUR film is already covered with 180,000 EUR in cash, representatives of ALEF Film&Media Group told FNE. The film is financed by the Slovak Audiovisual Fund (www.afm.sk) and is supported by AVI Studio (www.avistudio.sk).

The producer expects to have the film finished at the end of 2012 in order to organize the premiere in April 2013. No sales agent is attached to the project yet.


Production Information:

ALEF Film & Media Group s.r.o.
Pavlovičova 3
821 04 Bratislava, Slovakia

Office:
Mliekarenská 11
821 09 Bratislava, Slovakia

Production:
Tekovská 7
821 09 Bratislava, Slovakia
Phone: +421/ 2/ 2090 2648
Fax: +421/ 2/ 2090 2647
www.afm.sk

Producer:
Marian Urban: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Credits

Director: Gejza Dezorz

Script: Agda Bavi Pain
       Gejza Dezorz

DOP: Richard Žolko

Cast: Alexander Bárta
        Jevgenij Libezňuk
        Attila Mokos
        Alena Ďuránová
        Tomáš Maštalír

 

 

 

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