MIKROKASETA – NAJMANJŠA KASETA, KAR SEM JIH KDAJ VIDEL
MICROCASSETTE - THE SMALLEST CASSETTE I'VE EVER SEEN
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Igor Bezinović, Ivana Pipal, 2020, 19'11''
Zoki med kupi smeti na velikem odlagališču na nekem hrvaškem otoku najde mikrokaseto. Natančna analiza tega odvrženega predmeta se spremeni v poklon možnostim in domišljiji.
Among the garbage heaps of a big landfill on a Croatian island, Zoki uncovers a microcassette. A close study of the discarded object serves as a tribute to chance and imagination
Our film is based on a documentary microcassette audio recording that was found on a junk yard in Croatia some years ago. The voice of a little girl which we heard on the tape served us as inspiration for our own imagination and our filmmaking process, so departing from real life we drifted into our imagination
We combined different approaches to tell our story, using fiction, documentary,experimental and animation styles, enjoying our freedom of expression.
Hope you will enjoy our film as much as we enjoyed making it!
Igor Bezinović (1983) graduated in Philosophy, Sociology and Comparative Literature from the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Film and TV Directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art. He directed about a dozen short films, feature-length documentary The Blockade and feature fiction-documentary A Brief Excursion. He is actively involved in filmmaking both as a professional and an amateur.
Ivana Pipal (1990) is a freelance visual artist working in the medium of drawing, in illustration, animation, comic books, art books, design, installation, video and film. She earned her MA in Animated Film and New Media from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Ivana is also a member of the art collective Lovers, whose work is based on collaborations with scientists and the artistic interpretation of that process. Since 2014, they have presented a series of installations and exhibitions.