Snow in September

Davka is a teenager who lives in a decaying Soviet-era building in Ulaanbaatar. He and his classmate Anuka like to talk about manga and tease each other about sex. When Davka encounters an older woman, his ideas about intimacy and his view of relationships are forced to change.

  • France, Mongolia
  • 2022, 19 min
  • Director: Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir
  • Director of photography: Amine Berrada
  • Editor: Marylou Vergez
  • Screenplay: Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir
  • Music: Maxence Dussère
  • Sound: Benjamin Silvestre, Carlos Abreu, Paul Jousselin
  • Cast: Sukhbat Munkhbaatar, Nomin-Erdene Ariunbyamba, Enkhgerel Baasjanav, Odgerel Bat-Orshikh
  • Coproduction: Guru Media
  • Producer: Katia Khazak, Ariunaa Tserenpil, Charlotte Vincent
  • Production: Aurora Films

3.3. 18:00 Praha | Světozor
4.3. 19:15 Praha | Kino Pilotů

Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir

Lkhagvadulam Purev-Ochir

Lkhagvadulam (Dulmaa) Purev-Ochir is a Mongolian scriptwriter and director. After earning a degree in film directing, she began teaching at the Mongolian School of Film, Radio, and Television. She also studied screenwriting at FAMU in Prague and at KinoEyes Masters in Lisbon. Her short Mountain Cat (2020) was part of the Official Selection at Cannes 2020. Snow in September (2022) was screened at the 2022 Venice Films Festival.