experimental-animated film, stereoscopic 3D
Vladislav Knežević takes archive photos from an illustrated entertainment magazine of 1929 as the basis for his experimental-animated film, thus creating an associative, yet disturbing “film journal”.
3D stereoscopic version is also available.
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Director, script, photography: Vladislav Knežević
Animation, compositing, stereography: Mario Kalogjera
Editing: Vladislav Knežević, Mario Kalogjera
Music: Viktorija Čop
Producer: Vanja Andrijević
If the new world ever existed, it is still hidden way behind the horizon. An analogue clock is ticking away the last seconds before world crisis, while a noble patina covers fragments for archaeologists of memory.
A silent relief in between two wars; a time of diffident bodies, of melancholy leisure, of secret divisions of the world.
It is 1929. Peace before an enormous explosion.
Oktavijan Award for the best experimental film, Days of Croatian Film 2010
Days of Croatian Film; Tabor Film Festival; Split Film Festival; 25 FPS; Animanima; Int'l Short Film Festival Leuven; Animateka; Anifest Teplice; AniFest ROZAFA; Ourense International Film Festival; International Short film Festival Lille; Jihlava Int'l Documentary Film Festival; Amiens Int'l Film Festival; Traverse Video; Anirmau Int'l Animation Festival; Open Cinema St. Petersburg; Videomedeja
Vladislav Knežević (1967) graduated from the Academy of Drama Arts (TV and Film Direction Dept.) in Zagreb and De Vrije Academie (Audio-visual Dept.) in Den Haag. Professionally works as a freelance director for TV and various productions since 1993. He is into experimental film, video and sound processing since 1988. He has also initiated and organized several film programmes and presentations (Reference to Difference, Videodrome TV edition, 25 FPS International Experimental Film Festival).
Binary Pitch (2013); Archeo 29 (2010); reLocated (2005); Under Construction (2003); Full Range (2001/02); Convergence (1997); X Tactile Transition (1994/96); The Test of the Infinite Dream (1992); In the Colourbox (1989)