On June 2-3 in the cinema "Kinopanorama" for the third time the people of Kiev will be re-shooting Hollywood hits in 24 hours.
Sweding is a movie game, during one day it is necessary to shoot a self-made remake of a popular film. To do this, you need: a team, any device capable of recording video, brain and fantasy.
The term "shveding" comes fr om the movie "Rewind" (director - Michel Gondry). According to the plot of the film, two employees of the video salon casually demagnetized all the videotapes. When the half-crazed granny asked to hire "Ghostbusters", the heroes decided to film this movie for the night with their own hands on the video camera.
The game lasts a day, runs from Friday to Saturday. Teams randomly get a popular movie. The team members watch the film, choose the brightest places, distribute the roles. They build decorations from cardboard boxes, sew costumes from colored paper, use children's toys and everything that comes to hand.
During the night and morning the team shoots the video for up to three minutes, voices it, singing the soundtrack of the movie "A Capella", mounts and brings to the show at the cinema (June 3 at 20.00). After watching the team vote for the best "Swedes".
The only rule: everything in the video should be done by yourself.
In Ukraine, the swedish movement originated in 2009 in Donetsk, wh ere until 2013 there were 10 festivals. The Swedes also took place in Lugansk, Lviv, Dnepropetrovsk, Nikolaev. In Kiev, the swing takes place for the third time. In the first and second Kiev shvedings, 35 teams (about 300 people) took part.
This time, the work of the participants will also be evaluated by a professional jury led by the Swiss-British director Mark Raymond Wilkins, whose film "Bon Voyage" entered the short list of the Oscar.
Organizers of the Kiev shveding - Evgeny Koshin, student-filmmaker and film company WOW-production. Sponsor of the event: Seth & Riley's GARAGE.
Site of the Kiev shveding:
+38050 3472174, +380504262718
Examples of "sweded" films:
Mad Max: The Road of Rage
Asterix and Obelix: