Italian airship engineer Umberto Nobile enjoys a quiet life with his beloved dog Titina. One day, Norwegian explorer superstar Roald Amundsen contacts him and orders an airship to conquer The North Pole. He brings Titina along, and the unlikely trio sets out on an expedition to the last undiscovered place on Earth. Their quest is successful, but the two men start to quarrel over the glory.
*Oct, 26th(Thu) UMFF Talk(Korean)
Speaker Jang Da-na(UMFF Programmer)
Date/Time Oct. 26(Thu) 10:00 *UMFF Talk will be set after the screening
Venue UMFF Cinema
[Les Films Du Losange, Sales]
Titina tells an entertaining and exciting story of an almost forgotten voyage of discovery: The conquest of the North Pole by airship in 1926. The film is a recollection of absurd adventures and human emotions, as seen through the eyes of the little terrier Titina.
After 25 years as an innovative short animation director, Kajsa Næss is ready for her feature film debut with Titina. Næss is known for her playful, humorous and humanistic films. Her award-winning shorts have featured in various prestigious festivals.