Tolga Karaçelik (Turska), 2018., igrani/feature, 117′ Siblings Cemal, Kenan and Suzi have grown apart since leaving the tiny village where they grew up. When an unexpected call from their estranged father demands they return to the village immediately, Cemal is tasked with convincing his brother and sister to take the road trip. As they try to piece the dysfunctional family back together and confront their past, they’ll have to contend with each other’s peculiarities and get to know one another again, even as the strangest elements of all await them in the village. Film won the Grand Jury Prize at
Mila Turajlić (SRB), 2017., dokumentarni/documentary, 100’ A chronicle of a Serbian family turns into a painful portrayal of activists at the time of great turmoil and questions the responsibility of every generation to fight for its future.
Shevaun Mizrahi (SAD, TUR, NZ) · 2017., dokumentarni / documentary, 80′ This haunted reverie drops us inside an Istanbul retirement home, where the battle-scarred residents bask in the camera’s attention. A creaky – voiced woman confides her personal account of the Armenian genocide. A sweetly deluded pianist performs a composition before confessing his love. A blind photographer fiddles with his flash as he points his own camera back at us. Shevaun Mizrahi’s playful, immaculately controlled film finds hypnotizing rhythms in the residents’ limbo-like state. Meanwhile, outside, ominous construction equipment transforms the land.
Andreas M. Dalsgaard (Danska), 2012., dokumentarni/documentary, 83’ For 40 years, Danish architect Jan Gehl has studied human behavior in cities, starting with what he calls “Life Between Buildings.” Gehl has documented how modern cities repel human interaction and argues that we can build cities in a way that takes human needs for inclusion and intimacy into account. In Copenhagen, Gehl has inspired the creation of pedestrian streets and bike paths and the organization of parks, squares and other public spaces throughout the city.
Bill Morrison (SAD), 2016., dokumentarni / documentary, 120′
Davor Sanvincenti (HR), 2017. eksperimentalni / experimental 12’ For us, a thought always presupposes a society, a culture, and, above all, the consciousness of time. The film revolves around a light bulb like the Earth around the Sun. Light makes the film visible. In the orbit of the film tragedy and our reality, the image resists the cruelty of the experiment.
Senka Domanović (SRB), 2018. dokumentarni / documentray, 87` Occupied cinema is a film about guerrilla action initiated by young activists taking over privatized cinema Zvezda in Belgrade, Serbia. This activity united various social groups that shared the same ambition – to change the reality in which they live. However, their views about how that reality should look like were not the same.