Daron is the hero and the subject of Kevin Steen’s short documentary ‘Daron, Daron Colbert’ that world- premiered at Locarno.
Pardi di Domani
Last Screening is a bit of an antithesis to ‘Kairat’, coming thirty years later, and set in a very interesting geopolitical context.
As the species, we tend to believe what we see more than what we hear someone says, but outside the context, a tabloid picture or the viral video from the internet is still equal to a rumour.
The suggested implications are actually a bit frightening, since the football fandom is less about the game and the club, and it serves more as a pressure group and recruitment camp for sinister things.
Two young women, one Persian immigrant and one German native, are in a relationship, but both of them have their personal “baggage” and agenda.
I never thought that I would have a problem to get the finances for my next film in Slovenia, especially after the success of Class Enemy (Fedeora Award of Critics Week in Venice 2013) and The Family (Grand Prix at Locarno Critic’s Week in 2017)
Interview with Špela Čadež: “You challenge yourself by trying something for weeks, and then it suddenly opens up”
Domestic abuse is a very important subject to talk about. Even if we started making the film before all these lockdowns, the topic has become more important to address over the past year and a half.
The film refers to an everyday experience: inwardness and minimal „privacy“ amid public space by simply putting on headphones with music.
In ‘Penalty Shot’, Biček demonstrates both his courage and elegance in the filmmaking approach.