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Laurence Bonvin ALETSCH NEGATIVE Switzerland , 2019.,15' The Aletsch Glacier is the longest and largest glacier of the Alps. According to glaciologists, most glaciers will have disappeared by the end of this century, and only bits of the Aletsch will remain. Through a journey into the body of the glacier the film offers ... Read More
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Bruno Pavić SPLIT SCREENS Croatia,  2020. 35' An essay documentary about the Mediterranean city of Split. The film focuses on two symbols of the city – its patron saint, Saint Domnius, and his executioner and the founder of the city, Roman emperor Diocletian. The film juxtaposes the festivities celebrating these two figures, thus ... Read More
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Vladislav Knežević COLONELLO FUTURISTA Croatia, 2019., 19' The film follows the flight of a spy balloon over Austro-Hungarian fortresses of the City of Pula, shortly before Italy entred into World War I in 1915. In this secret mission, an aviation officer is facing an unexpected experience triggered by a shot. We are witnessing ... Read More
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Darko Bakliža THE ROLE ULOGA Croatia, 2020. 11' Searching for her role, a young actress is trying to figure out what she sees in her own reflection. She notes that her outline, although blurred enough that she doesn't have to be ashamed of her sleepless and tired face, is actually unrecognizable. Due to the ... Read More
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The legacy of writer Bekim Sejranović, who died prematurely, includes a number of great novels and collections of short stories, and one highly unusual film. The documentary "From Tokyo to Morava" is actually a story about Bekim, directed by his friend, Japanese director Moku Teraoka. Four years ago, Bekim was ... Read More
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On April 10, 2020 our friend Bruce Baillie passed away. The world lost a filmmaker, widely hailed as a master of 16mm personal filmmaking, whose works epitomize the “lyrical” mode of filmmaking strongly identified with ‘60s era northern California counterculture. Ivan Martinac, one of the key figures of Croatian avantgarde ... Read More
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Lena Lapschina AR SERIES Austria, 2020., AR Somebody has told you that the strange – or were it the ordinary? – objects in the historic cinema's foyer might be coated with short films, visible only through the lens of your smartphone. You scan the surroundings for these objects, hold your smartphone over the ... Read More
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G.H. Hovagimyan SPLITCOLUMN2020 WITH MUSIC BY RHYS CHATHAM USA, 2019., AR My proposal is to create an Augmented Reality work using the form of a column. I have two inspirations, Trajan’s column in Rome which has a narrative that spirals around the column and the Colonne Morris that is a cylindrical advertising Kiosk ... Read More
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Isabella Willinger HI, AI Germany, 2019., 90' "With an A.I., you have to keep your sentences short and to the point." - This piece of advice is given to Chuck as he's picking up his new robot partner Harmony fresh from the factory. On the other side of the world, in Tokyo, the ... Read More
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Attila Hartung FOMO Hungary, 2019., 91’ Gergő and his teenage friends are into three things: partying, sex, and their online following. One night, at a party, Lilla falls victim to the boys. A dare gets out of hand and the youngsters' world changes forever overnight. Attila Hartung was born in Hungary in 1991. He studied ... Read More
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