Nina is a story about an unexpected, difficult love, complicated choices, a story of people who treat life as a play or game and suddenly have to face painful reality. It is a story where losers and winners stand on the same side, where the world is not divided between  good and bad, hetero and homosexuals. This is a story of impulsive love, which doesn’t care for traditional divisions.

Big Screen Award in Rotterdam | Best Polish Film at Camerimage
Spanish premiere
Eligible for: Premi a la crítica Premi del públic Premi talents

Olga Chajdas

Olga Chajdas

(Poland, 1983) She graduated in Film Production at the Lodz Film School. In 2009 she completed courses in Andrzej Wajda’s School of Film Directing. Olga started as a Director’s assistant, then 2nd and 1st AD on numerous feature films and TV series (among them: Oscar nominated In darkness by Agnieszka Holland). She directed for theatre, award winning television series and short films. Nina is her full-length feature debut.


Nina (2018), Morning Has Broken (curt, 2017), 3 x Love (curt, 2015), The Mysterious Matter (curt, 2008)


Christophe Honoré

First film by Christophe Honoré, in which he incorporates all his cinephile fetishes, long dreamed.


Radu Muntean

One of the most outstanding directors of the new wave of Romanian cinema films here an intense moral drama that explores the affective shock between a mother and her adopted daughter.


Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier i Edward Burtynsky

Documentary that follows the investigation of a group of scientists that investigates the profound changes caused by the passage of the human being on Earth.