Until the Quiet Comes

A film by: Yaron Cohen

During the war between Abkhazia and Georgia in the early nineties, 87-year-old Toro fled to Georgia with his cousin and his cousin’s wife. Since then they have been living together in a remote mountain village. Despite Toro’s endless positivity, humour and resilience, the harsh reality starts kicking in. A story about dependency and the strength to carry on in times where everything seems to fall apart, told with a touch of tragedy, humour and vodka.

Country: the Netherlands
Genre: documentary
Length:
25’59”
Completion: 09/2015
Screening format: DCP, H264, ProRes
Spoken language: Georgian
Subtitles: English / Dutch

Festivals::

  • Netherlands Film Festival, the Netherlands (23 September – 2 October 2015)
    Student Competition
  • Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, Ukraine (25 March – 1 April, 2016)
    Docu/Short Competition
  • Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen, the Netherlands (6 – 10 April, 2016)
    Out of competition: Homegrown
  • Huesca International Film Festival, Spain (17 – 25 June, 2016)
    International Short Documentary Competition
  • dokumentART European Film Festival for Documentaries, Germany (11 – 15 November, 2016)
    European Competition
  • Tous Courts International Short Film Festival, France (28 November – 3 December, 2016)
    International Short Film Competition

Director: Yaron Cohen
Producers: Vossenfilms: Lara Nuberg, Randy Vermeulen
Scenario: Yaron Cohen
Cinematographer: Juul Thielen
Sound: Yaron Cohen
Editing: Efin de Landmeter
Sound design: Daniël Leseman
Composer: Guusje Ingen Housz
Graphic design: Paco Kamil
Color grading: Sander van Wijk