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K 2015 film
|Music by||John Adams|
|Edited by||Matthieu Laclau|
East Light Film Company
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K is an is a 2015 film by Welsh director Emyr Ap Richard and Mongolian director Darhad Erdenibulag. It is an Inner Mongolian adaptation of Franz Kafka's The Castle.
- Bayaneruul as K
- Jula as Frieda
- Yirgui as Olga
- Altanochir as Artur
- Zandaraa as Jeremias
- Nomindalai as Barnabas
The film premiered had it's world premiere at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on February 7th 2015 and premiered at the 40th Hong Kong International Film Festival where it won the FIPRESCI Prize.
The film is part of Jia Zhangke's "Wings" project, a project to support emerging filmmakers.
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Category:2015 films Category:Mongolian films Category:Films based on works by Franz Kafka Category:Films set in the 21st century Category:Films set in Inner Mongolia Category:Films set Hohot Category:Films produced by Jia Zhangke Category:Films directed by Emyr Ap Richard Category:Mongolian Language Films Category:Films set in China
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- Frater, Patrick. " ‘Sworn Virgin’ Tops Prize List at Hong Kong Festival", Variety Magazine, Los Angeles, 3 April 2015. Retrieved on 3 April 2015.
- Gaudiano, Alessandro. "Berlin Film Festival: K's surprising take on Kafka", GB Times, China , 12 February 2015. Retrieved on 12 February 2015.