TOWER

Kazik Radwanski

Canada 78 min Fiction

Synopsis

Tower centres on a thirty-four year old man, Derek, who lives at home with his parents in Toronto, Canada. Unlike his married brother who is expecting a baby, Derek is single and without a career. Although he aspires to become a graphic-animator, he works part-time at his uncle’s construction company. Late at night he wanders the street alone and frequents nightclubs in search of companionship. Derek suddenly finds himself in an intimate relationship with a woman he meets, Nicole. When a neighbourhood raccoon becomes a constant nuisance by tearing up his family’s garbage, Derek sets out to catch it.

Director

Kazik Radwanski

Toronto, 1985. He studied filmmaking at Ryerson University and co-founded the production company MDFF. His films screened at the Berlinale Shorts Competition for three consecutive years. Tower is Radwanski’s debut feature film.

Filmography: Tower (2012), Green Crayons (2010, curt), Out in that Deep Blue Sea (2009, curt), Princess Margaret Blvd. (2008, curt)

Kazik Radwanski

Film information

Int. title: Tower
Director: Kazik Radwanski
Script: Kazik Radwanski
Contact: MDFF
With: Derek Bogart, Nicole Fairbairn, Deborah Sawyer
Country: Canada
Year: 2012
Format: Digital
Length: 78 min
Language: English
Subtitles: Catalan
Edition: 2013