Luxembourg, 2020 / 13 min / English OV with French subt. / Short, History
In 1921, a Luxembourgish cartographer helped peacefully define Albania’s borders.
In 1921, Luxembourgish cartographer Charles Schaeffer is sent to Albania as part of a border commission to gather information on the topography and the people of the region. The country has recently become independent, but it does not yet have clearly defined borders. Surveying the land, he meets a young boy whom he soon befriends. Back in Paris, Charles gets to report to the Conference of Ambassadors. At first, he is overwhelmed by the impressive architecture and the intimidating grandeur of the event. However, he soon learns that the party of self-serving diplomats has little interest in the future of the people he has just met. With no representative of Albania even present, Charles feels the need to speak up for the young country and finds the peaceful solution to the question of where to draw the urgently needed borders.
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Nicolas Neuhold was born in Vienna, Austria and is a filmmaker currently residing in Luxembourg. He obtained a Masters of Arts degree from the University of Bournemouth (UK), and is a graduate of the European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark. His short films, documentaries as well as his feature debut Another One Opens (2013) have had over 200 festival screenings worldwide and won several awards. Notably, his documentary short Cannes - Through the Eyes of the Hunter (2001) which won a Royal Television Society Southern Centre Award, as well as his comedy short Würstelstand (2004) which won the Ulrich Schiegg Award. Faleminderit (2020) is his latest film project.
- 2020 – Faleminderit (short)
- 2013 – Another One Opens
- 2007 – The Soulmate (short)
- 2007 – Fish Attack! (short)
- 2005 – Nice Try
- 2004 – Würstelstand (short)
- 2001 – Cannes: Through the Eyes of the Hunter (short)