POLISH TITLE: KAMIENNA CISZA
In 2005 in the village of Spingul, northern Afghanistan, a woman charged with adultery was killed. 29-year-old
Amina, according to different versions, was stoned to death, strangled, died of heart attack or committed suicide. Her husband, living in Iran where he went just after the wedding to look for a job, does not react to his wife’s death. An alleged lover of Amina runs away from the village and hides far away from his home valley. Despite the court judgement, all the murder suspects are free...
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- RUNNING TIME:
- Krzysztof Kopczyński
- Jacek Petrycki, Hanna Polak
- Anna Dymek
- TVP S.A., Society Films, Krzysztof Kopczyński - Eureka Media
Krzysztof Kopczyński »A Doctor of Humanities, university lecturer, during the martial law period he was an underground publisher. Since 1995 he has been a producer and director of documentaries. An owner of the Eureka Media company, author of books and articles on the media, film and culture of the 19th century and contemporary period. A coauthor of educational film projects Russia – Poland. New Gaze and Kabul – My City. He produced more than 130 films and TV programmes that were shown in more than 30 countries and won more than 50 festival awards. Stone silence is his directing debut.
- International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Holland, 2007 (screening)
- 12th Ismalia International Festival For Documentary & Short Films, Egypt, 2008 (screening)
- Human Right Documentary Film Days, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2008 (competition)
- DocAviv, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2008 (competition)
- Documenta Madrid 08, Spain, 2008 (competition)
- International Human Rights Film Festival in Albania, 2009 (competition)