MEJE

dokumentarni, 10 minut, 2016, Slovenija

Režiser: Damjan Kozole

Produkcija: Vertigo

Sodni stolp, sreda, 7.9.2016, ob 21. uri.

Prost vstop, vabljeni.

O FILMU


24. oktober 2015, lep jesenski dan, lepa pokrajina. Kolona beguncev in migrantov si v spremstvu vojakov in policistov utira svojo pot od schengenske meje med Slovenijo in Hrvaško proti sprejemnemu centru v Brežicah. Na koncu se pokrajina ne zdi tako zelo lepa, kot je bila prej.

REŽIJA

Damjan Kozole


Damjan Kozole (1964, Brežice) je uveljavljen slovenski filmski režiser. Režiral je devet celovečernih igranih filmov, med katerima sta bila najbolj uspešna Rezervni deli (2003, nominiran za Zlatega medveda na Berlinalu, izbran med 10 najpomembnejših filmov “nove Evrope”) in Slovenka (2009, Sarajevo, Toronto in Pusan IFF, več kot 40 prodaj po svetu). Film Nočno življenje (2016) je bil premierno prikazan v tekmovalnem program filmskega festivala v Karovih Varih in nagrajen z nagrado za najboljšega režiserja.

USTVARJALCI



Režija: Damjan Kozole
Scenarij: Damjan Kozole
Kamera: Matjaž Mrak
Montaža: Jurij Moškon
Direktor fotografije: Matjaž Mrak
Zvok: Julij Zornik
Producent: Danijel Hočevar
Produkcija: Vertigo

ENG


October, 24th 2015, a beautiful autumn day, a beautiful landscape. Escorted by soldiers and police officers a line of refugees and migrants makes their way from the Schengen border between Croatia and Slovenia towards the reception centre in Brežice. Yet, at the end, the landscape does not seem quite as beautiful as it was in the beginning. In 2002 I made a feature film about two traffickers smuggling people into EU. Thirteen years later I decided to make a short film about lines of refugees crossing those exact same border accompanied by the police and soldiers carrying automatic rifles. When dealing with such a subject the author must ask themselves about the ethics of ‘directing’. I decided on a ‘no directing’ approach – I used a static, ‘Lumiere-style’ camera, without direction or editing. Like an eerie remake of “The Arrival of a Train”. Damjan Kozole