Director: Ihor Podolchak

Ukraine, Czech Republic, Drama, thriller, 2013, 96 min, ukrainian with english and lithuanian subtitles, N-18
A family asks a young psychiatrist to betheir guest for a while to untangle the circumstances of their father’s illness. He’s developed a suicidal fixation for ropes and knots among other things. While deeply involved in analyzing the patient’s delirium, the doctor begins to lose track of what is taking place. The task of “how to help” is twisted into “who am I - doctor or patient? Chance guest, member of this suffering family, or a catholic priest who has dreamed this all up?” In order to get a handle on it all, it’s best to start from the beginning, but why do things keep shifting, changing?.. Ihor Padolchak‘s film „Delirium” - like an funeral procession moving along it‘s path from church to cemetery, leading us into a place where time has lost its linearity, looping through the odd images thrown off by a distorted reality. Film based of the novel “Inductor“ by the ukrainian writer and journalist Dmytro Belyanskyi. 
About the director:
Ihor Podolchak – was born in 1962 in Lviv, Ukraine. Graduated in Lviv Academy of Fine Art in 1984 with distinction. Artist, creator of numerous projects in the field of visual art, winner of 25 international art exhibitions in Canada,USA, South Korea, Latvia, Poland, Norway, Spain, Ukraine. The artist’s book “Jacob Bohme” was awarded as World’s BestBook at International Frankfurt Book Fair. One of his 24 personal exhibitions was the first art exhibition ever to be held in space, at space station Mir in 1993. The premiere of the feature film “Las Meninas” took place in the competition at International Film Festival Rotterdam (2008). The film has participated at 26 International film festivals worldwide in ten of them in the competition.
Section: Wide Angle

Screenplay: Ihor Podolchak, Tamara Podolchak, Dmytro Belyansky

Dir. of Photography: Mykola Yefymenko

Music: Oleksandr Schetynsky

Cast: Volodymyr Khimyak, Petro Rybka, Lesya Voynevych , Olha Horbach, lha Bakus, Ivan Kostenko, Vasyl Kostenko