A Stone Slowly Falls

A Stone Slowly Falls offers an unconventional view of depression and, through a playful narrative, gives insight into a young man's mind. When an annual meteor shower fails to appear for no apparent reason, Tor concludes that everything is meaningless. But as he tries to live with this newfound knowledge, it looks as if his curiosity might become a problem.

  • Norway
  • 2018, 15 min
  • Director: Kerren Lumer-Klabbers
  • Director of photography: David Bauer
  • Editor: David Bauer
  • Screenplay: Kerren Lumer-Klabbers, David Bauer
  • Cast: Fredrik Stenberg Ditlev-Simonsen
  • Producer: Oda Kruse

25.1. 18:30 Praha | Světozor - Grand Hall
27.1. 19:00 Praha | Kino Pilotů

Kerren Lumer-Klabbers

Kerren Lumer-Klabbers

Kerren Lumer-Klabbers was born in Denmark in 1991. Her short film debut, Sannes Birthday, won the audience award at the 2012 OREGON competition for young filmmakers in Copenhagen. In 2014, she made the film Closed Eyes, in which we travel into the mind of a woman trying to cope with her boyfriend's cancer. The film was one of three films to be nominated for the 2014 Shnit OPEN and was screened at many other festivals. Her short films The Elephant and A Stone Slowly Falls are currently touring at several film festivals. She is a student at the Norwegian Film School in Lillehammer.