Archive of films The Gift / Paketet

Sweden
2005, 18 min

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
Year: 2006

Richard is a tormented young man who has a long distance relationship with his girlfriend. One day he decides to surprise her with a visit. Unfortunately he can’t afford the plane ticket. But he has a plan…


Synopsis

Richard is a tormented young man who has a long distance relationship with his girlfriend. One day he decides to pay her a surprise visit. Unfortunately he can’t afford the plane ticket. But he has a plan…

About the director

Peter Pontikis (b. 1976, Stockholm) was born and raised in Sweden by Greek parents. He studied at the University of Stockholm and the Royal University College of Fine Arts and began making short films in 2002 while still attending university. He dropped out shortly afterwards to pursue a film career. Films: Fishes (Fiskar, 2003), The Gift (Paketet, 2005).

Contacts

Patrick Sobieski
St Paulsgatan 17, 118 46, Stockholm
Sweden
Tel: +46 0 703 940 135
E-mail: sobieski@tjohoo.se, sobieski@spray.se

About the film

Black & white, 35 mm
International premiere

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
   
Director: Peter Pontikis
Screenplay: Peter Pontikis
Dir. of Photography: Robin Knight
Music: Erik von Sydow
Editor: Björn Engström
Producer: Patrick Sobieski
Production: Patrick Sobieski
Cast: Omid Khansari, Jenny Lampa, Nina Zanjani
Contact: Patrick Sobieski
   
www: www.paketet.nu

Guests

Peter Pontikis

Film Director

Patrick Sobieski

Producer


Gunnar Almér

Film Institution Rep.

Omid Khansari

Actor


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