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Croatian film

1. PREMIERES
In competition - Arena

1. Aleksi, Barbara Vekarić, Studio dim - PREMIERE
2. Till the End of Death, Anđelo Jurkas, DOP Produkcija - PREMIERE
3. Home, Dario Pleić, Filmski kolektiv - PREMIERE
4. Deep Cuts, omnibus, Filip Peruzović, Filip Mojzeš, Dubravka Turić, Kinematograf - PREMIERE
5. Lada Kamenski, Sara Hribar and Marko Šantić, Sekvenca - PREMIERE
6. Mali, Antonio Nuić, Propeler film - PREMIERE
7. For Good Old Times, Eduard Galić, MissArt - PREMIERE
8. Comic Sans, Nevio Marasović, Kinorama
9. Exorcism, Dalibor Matanić
10. The Eighth Commissioner, Ivan Salaj, Alka film

Out of competition - Cinema Valli
11. Chameleon, Dino Kos and Frano Barunčić


aleksiCLANAKALEKSI (premiere)

HR, RS // 2018 // 87'
drama, comedy

DIRECTOR Barbara Vekarić
PRODUCERS Darija Kulenović Gudan, Marina Andree Škop
COMPANY Studio dim (HR)
COPRODUCERS Snežana Penev, Gordan Kičić, Kazimir Bačić, Barbara Vekarić
COPRODUCED BY Filmkombajn (RS), Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HR), Motion (HR)
WORLD SALES Film Republic
SCREENPLAY Barbara Vekarić
CINEMATOGRAPHY Filip Tot
EDITOR Dragan von Petrović
PRODUCTION DESIGN Ines Nezirović Atman
COSTUME DESIGN Suzana Tkalčec
SOUND Zoran Maksimović, Ognjen Popić
SCORE Pavle Miholjević, Jura Ferina
MAKE UP Svetlana Gutić
VISUAL EFFECTS Josip Klobučar, Sandrino Požežanac, Tom Vujnović
LEAD ACTRESS Tihana Lazović
SUPPORTING ACTORS Goran Marković, Sebastian Cavazza, Jason Mann, Aljoša Vučković, Leon Lučev
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Nataša Janjić, Neda Arnerić

Aleksi is a 28-year-old who has failed to find a job after graduating from college and is returning home to live under her parents' roof. With few options to stave off her boredom, Aleksi ignores her pressing responsibilities by pursuing romantic adventures with various men: Christian, an American photographer who she bonds with due to their similar interests, Goran, a local musician who she can't stand because of his traditional values, but with whom she has intense physical chemistry, and Toni, an older, richer, charming Slovenian.

Barbara Vekarić (Dubrovnik, 1987) graduated from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, majoring in comparative literature, and earned her BA and MA degree in film directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, Croatia. She wrote and directed a dozen short films, including First Lady of Dubrava (2011), which was screened at more than 50 international film festivals and won 7 awards. She also directs commercials and music videos. Aleksi is her debut feature.

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TILL THE END OF DEATH (premiere)

HR // 2018 // 115'
romance

DIRECTOR Jurkas
PRODUCERS Danijel Kovačević, Dino Senčar, Anđelo Jurkas, 
COMPANY DOP produkcija
COPRODUCER Tena Razumović Žmara
COPRODUCED BY Studio 25, Ratio Video Production, Media Park, Neon
DISTRIBUTION Continental film
SCREENPLAY Anđelo Jurkas
CINEMATOGRAPHY Danijel Kovačević
EDITOR Ivan Neff
PRODUCTION DESIGN Ines Zrnc Gregorina
COSTUME DESIGN Ines Zrnc Gregorina
SOUND Konrad Mulvaj
SCORE Lunar
MAKE UP Ines Zrnc Gregorina
VISUAL EFFECTS Ivan Neff
SPECIAL EFFECTS Ivan Neff
LEAD ACTORS Leon Lučev, Nikša Butijer, Luka Dragić, Borko Perić, Mislav Čavajda, Žarko Savić
LEAD ACTRESSES Judita Franković Brdar, Nera Stipičević, Lana Gojak, Tara Rosandić, Jelena Veljača, Bojana Gregorić Vejzović, Rada Mrkšić
SUPPORTING ACTORS George Ginikachukwu Opurum, Lav, Dino More, Marinko Prga
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Ana Herceg, Lucija H. Kajić, Anamarija Percaić, Gordana Džepina, Klara Mucci, Kristina Jovanović, Eva Jurić

On a fall day in Croatia, two school kids meet on a bridge. They are about to admit something very important to each other. On the same day, an avalanche of events unfolds among people who are no means randomly directed to each other. It will result in a stopping of an elevator, a wheelchair, a night tram, a suicide threat, wild sex, an age difference, a long silence driving to the unknown, standing in the rain, a brutal confession, a video from the past, deceiving a deaf refugee, traces of the Second World War, and a gentle kiss.

Anđelo Jurkas is a Croatian director, writer, law graduate, musician, music and film critic. He is the first author in the region to debut with a feature film trilogy, which includes Because of You (2016), Fuck Off I Love You (2017) and Happy End (2018). He directs live-action films, documentaries and commercials, music videos and experimental videoformats. He is also the author of dozen books, TV shows, and solo albums. He is also running an initiative to include pop-culture education in elementary and high-school curriculum.

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domCLANAKHOME (premiere)

HR, UK // 2018 // 71'
drama

DIRECTOR Dario Pleić, Jure Pavlović
PRODUCER Dario Pleić
COMPANY Filmski kolektiv, Sekvenca
COPRODUCERS Dario Domitrović, Mike Downey, Sam Taylor
COPRODUCED BY Sekvenca (HR), Embrio Production (HR), F&ME (UK)
DISTRIBUTION
SCREENPLAY Dario Pleić
CINEMATOGRAPHY Igor Zelić
EDITORS Danijel Pejić, Maida Srabović
PRODUCTION DESIGN Dubravko Đuran
COSTUME DESIGN Lea Krpan, Katarina Zaninović
SOUND Dario Domitrović, Dušan Maksimovski, Dominik Krnjak
SCORE Alen Siknauz, Nenad Sinkauz
MAKE UP Iva Gašparac, Maja Pleić
VISUAL EFFECTS Vedran Štefan
LEAD ACTOR Mislav Čavajda
LEAD ACTRESS Judita Franković
SUPPORTING ACTORS Filip Vidović, Nikša Butijer, Alen Liverić, Danijel Radečić
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Katarina Baban, Sara Moser

She watches him through the window as he loads the final pieces of furniture into the truck. They are counting down the last hours in their home. Their seven-month-old baby is asleep, unaware of the trouble brewing. They will either vacate the apartment peacefully, or they will be forcefully evicted. Their home, her father's legacy, used to be their safe haven, their family nest. Now, corrupt courts, greedy bankers, and unscrupulous real estate investors have turned it into a site of their worst nightmares. As tensiona rise, they struggle to preserve their relationship. In the morning, as police knocks on their door, their future seems uncertain, but their options are very clear: either accept injustice or show resistance.

Dario Pleić (Split, 1967) has produced and directed documentaries with worldwide distribution such as The History of Football – The Beautiful Game (2002) and Football Rivalries (2010). . In 2009 he directed Game Over, a segment of the omnibus film Zagreb Stories. In 2010 he directed 10 episodes of a crime series Mamutica, followed by the drama series Loza in 2011. He directed his debut feature Not All About the Money in 2013. Home (2018) is his second feature film.


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DEEP CUTS (premiere)

HR // 2018 // 80'
drama, omnibus

DIRECTOR Dubravka Turić, Filip Mojzeš, Filip Peruzović
PRODUCER Dijana Mlađenović
COMPANY Kinematograf
SCREENPLAY Jelena Paljan (1); Ksenija Kušec (2); Ivan Turković Krnjak (3)
CINEMATOGRAPHY Radislav Jovanov Gonzo (1), Luka Matić (2), Dubravka Kurobasa (3)
EDITORS Dubravka Turić (1), Andrija Gvozdić Michl (2), Iva Ivan (3)
PRODUCTION DESIGN Petra Poslek (1, 2), Jana Piacun (3)
COSTUME DESIGN Morana Starčević (1, 2), Katarina Pilić (3)
SOUND Dubravka Premar (1), Višeslav Laboš (2), Borna Buljević (3)
SCORE Jura Ferina, Pavle Miholjević (1)
MAKE UP Snježana Gorup (1), Marija Bingula (2), Asja Novaković (3)
LEAD ACTORS Roko Glavina (1), Vinko Kraljević (3)
LEAD ACTRESSES Lana Barić (1); Glorija Pinturić, Lily Antić (2); , Marina Redžepović (3)
SUPPORTING ACTORS Milivoj Beader, Nikša Butijer, Franko Jakovčević (1); Borna Fadljević, Živko Anočić (2); Bernard Perić (3)
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Areta Ćurković (1), Jadranka Đokić (2), Mirela Brekalo (3)

Three stories about violence as destruction of intimacy, about family, integrity and trust.

CHERRIES: Family tensions are slowly eroding what should have been a carefree summer for ten-year old Jakov. A series of events ending in tragedy will incite his emotional revolt, but also his feelings of guilt.

WHITE BONE DEATH: Maria and Lucia, two young sisters, and their neighbour Marko, are playing “the white bone of death”. The children's game gets out of hand and grows into a more serious and dramatic event for both the children and the adults.

SINKING OBJECTS: A family gathering takes a strange turn when the daughter appears in front of her parents with a bruise on her eye and an unconvincing, clichéd excuse.

Dubravka Turić (Zagreb, 1973) edited more than 20 feature, experimental and animated films, and worked as a screenwriter for documentary and travel TV series. Her directing debut Belladonna (2005) was named best short film at Venice International Film Festival, and Cherries (2017) was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival.

Filip Mojzeš (Zagreb, 1989) graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb and the Sarajevo Film Academy. He is the author of several short films, and his first professional short film, The Walker (2014), was named best short film at Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival.

Filip Peruzović (Zagreb, 1986) graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He is the author of several noted short films (Tetrapak, 2010, Coffee with Jam, 2013), as well as a feature TV film Walk the Dog (2014), which won the Croatian Actors’ Guild Award for best drama. He is currently preparing his next feature film Elsewhere.


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LADA KAMENSKI (premiere)

HR // 2018 // 71'
drama

DIRECTOR Sara Hribar, Marko Šantić
PRODUCERS Jure Pavlović, Bojan Kanjera
COMPANY Sekvenca
CO PRODUCER Danijel Pek
COPRODUCED BY Peglanje snova, Antitalent
SCREENPLAY Sara Hribar
CINEMATOGRAPHY Vjekoslav Skledar
EDITOR Tomislav Pavlic
PRODUCTION DESIGN Dubravko Đuran, Ružica Dobranić
COSTUME DESIGN Lidija Sertić
SOUND Luka Grubišić-Čabo, Tihomir Vrbanec
SCORE Vid Adam Hribar
MAKE UP Asja Novaković
VISUAL EFFECTS
SPECIAL EFFECTS
LEAD ACTOR Frano Mašković
LEAD ACTRESSES Nataša Dorčić, Ksenija Marinković, Doris Šarić-Kukuljica
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Dijana Vidušin, Ana Maras Harmander

Frano, a film director, is preparing his debut feature, which will focus on women affected by the collapse of the textile industry in the region. The topic, as well as the main character, is inspired by his aunt who used to work in the industry. In order to find the star of the film, he invites three esteemed actresses to his apartment for an informal reading rehearsal. However, as soon as they realise they are competing against each other for the lead role, things take an unexpected turn.

Sara Hribar (Zagreb, 1986) studied film and TV directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. She wrote and directed several praised short films (Let Me Sleep, 2007; Libertango, 2009; That Little Hand of Yours, 2010), and contributed to feature anthology films Zagreb Stories Vol. 2 (2012) and Transmania (2016). Since 2005, she has written and directed several children shows and drama series. Lada Kamenski is her feature debut.

Marko Šantić (Split, 1983) graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana, Slovenia. After directing several prize-winning short films (Good Luck, Nedim, 2006; Nothing Personal, 2010, Blue Peter 2016), his feature debut, Seduce Me (2013), was awarded Special Mention at Warsaw International Film Festival. 


malijenasCLANAK
MALI (premiere)

HR // 2018 // 90'
crime film, drama

DIRECTOR Antonio Nuić
PRODUCERS Boris T. Matić, Lana Matić
COMPANY Propeler film
COPRODUCER Jozo Patljak
COPRODUCED BY Alka film
SCREENPLAY Antonio Nuić
CINEMATOGRAPHY Radislav Jovanov Gonzo
EDITOR Marin Juranić
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Nedjeljko Mikac
COSTUME DESIGN Morana Starčević
SOUND Hrvoje Štefotić
SCORE Hrvoje Štefotić
MAKE UP Mirna Čurak
VISUAL EFFECTS Saša Budimir
SPECIAL EFFECTS Saša Budimir
LEAD ACTORS Franjo Dijak, Vito Dijak
SUPPORTING ACTORS Rakan Rushaidat, Hrvoje Kečkeš, Bojan Navojec, Robert Ugrina, Živko Anočić, Paško Vukasović
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Iva Babić, Ksenija Marinković

After spending four years in prison, Franjo hasn't changed. He was, and still is, a drug dealer. His wife is dying, and her parents want to make him look as an incompetent parent in order to take away the custody over his son, Mali. However, Mali loves his father, and wants to live with him. Franjo's parenting methods are unconventional, but he has no intention of explaining them to anybody. He also won't let anybody take his son away from him. For his 40th birthday, Franjo will receive a gift that will solve all his problems.

Antonio Nuić (Sarajevo, 1977) is a writer and director. He graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, Croatia, where he has been working as a professor since 2013. He directed one of the stories in a feature-length anthology film Sex, Booze and Short Fuse (2004), after which he went on to write and direct All for Free (2006, Golden Arenas for best director and screenplay), Donkey (2009, Golden Arena for best screenplay) and Life Is a Trumpet (2015). He is an artistic advisor at Zagreb Film Festival, as well as a member of the Croatian Film Directors' Guild Board of Directors.

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FOR GOOD OLD TIMES (premiere)

HR // 2018 // 105'
drama

DIRECTOR Eduard Galić
PRODUCER Dominik Galić
COMPANY Umjetnička organizacija MissArt
SCREENPLAY Dominik Galić
CINEMATOGRAPHY Dario Hacek
EDITOR Stjepan Lučić
PRODUCTION DESIGN Marta Crnobrnja
COSTUME DESIGN Lidija Sertić
SOUND Ivan Zelić
SCORE Tomislav Babić
MAKE UP Asja Novaković
VISUAL EFFECTS Poster d.o.o.
SPECIAL EFFECTS Petar Novaković
LEAD ACTORS Karlo Mrkša, Marko Petrić
LEAD ACTRESS Vini Jurčić, Elizabeta Brodić
SUPPORTING ACTORS Mustafa Nadarević, Miljenko Brlečić, Andrej Dojkić, Dragan Despot, Ivo Gregurević, Voranc Boh, Žarko Potočnjak, Zijad Gračić, Alan Katić, Filip Sertić, Denis Bosak
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Andreja Barešić, Matija Prskalo, Ankica Dobrić, Emilia Habulin, Milana Milojević, Mia Anočić Valentić, Lucija Kajić, Ljiljana Bogojević

Hrvoje and Borna are childhood friends who face adulthood in different ways. Life is still a game for them – girls, football, parties. But the choices they make will determine their life paths and put their friendship to the test. In the Balkans, each generation has its own reasons for leaving. This is a story about a generation in the transition of socialism into capitalism. Who has made the better choice?

Eduard Galić (Trogir, 1936) is a prolific Croatian film and TV director. The drama Propali dvori (RTV Zagreb, 1963) was his TV debut, followed by notable adaptations of a range of Croatian literature classics. He is the author of the anthology-worthy TV series Journey to Vučjak (1984-5), Dnevnik Očenašeka (1986) and Nikola Tesla (1976), as well as TV dramas The Last of the Stipančićs (1967) and Tomo Bakran (1978). He made the mini-series Izdanci iz opaljenog grma (1970) for Belgrade Television. His film Black Birds was his film debut in 1967. Other acclaimed films include Horvat’s Choice (1985) and the short documentary films Sunt lacrimae rerum (1965) and Evening (1966). The film Naše vatrene godine (2004), a documentary about the Croatian national football team, sold more than 40,000 DVDs. His work on television after 1990 mostly focuses on the plight of Vukovar (The Heroes of Vukovar, 2008, 2011, 2016). He is currently preparing his next feature film The Sixth Bus. He has won the Vladimir Nazor Lifetime Achievement Award.


comicsansCLANAKCOMIC SANS

HR // 2018 // 103'
comedy, drama

DIRECTOR Nevio Marasović
PRODUCERS Ankica Jurić Tilić, Hrvoje Pervan, Ira Cecić
COMPANY Kinorama
DISTRIBUTION 2i Film
SCREENPLAY Nevio Marasović
CINEMATOGRAPHY Damir Kudin
EDITOR Tomislav Pavlic
PRODUCTION DESIGN Iva Rodić
COSTUME DESIGN Katja Šunjić Kudin
SOUND Julij Zornik
SCORE Alen Sinkauz, Nenad Sinkauz
MAKE UP Sanja Hrstić Kuterovac
VISUAL EFFECTS Vlado Dostan, Ivan Štefan
SPECIAL EFFECTS Branko Repalust
LEAD ACTOR Janko Popović Volarić
LEAD ACTRESS Nataša Janjić
SUPPORTING ACTORS Zlatko Burić, Miloš Timotijević, Miha Rodman, Damir Poljičak
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Alma Prica, Inti Šraj, Jette Ostan Vejrup, Sara Hjort Ditlevsen, Tanja Ribič

PREMIERE STATUS
regular distribution, March 2018

After trying in vain to patch up his relationship with his girlfriend, Alan Despot, a successful graphic designer, goes to the island of Vis and finds himself torn between his eccentric father, his ex-girlfriend and her new fiancé. In new situations and new circumstances, Alan will view his own life from a new perspective.

Nevio Marasović (Zagreb, 1983) is a Croatian director and screenwriter. He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art with the feature The Show Must Go On (2009), which won the Golden Arenas for best screenplay and special effects, as well as the Breza Prize for best debutant. His next film, Vis- À -Vis (2013), was named one of the best releases of 2013 by Cineuropa website, while Goran (2016) was awarded at numerous festivals, including Pula Film Festival (Golden Arenas for best score and art direction). Comic Sans is his fourth feature film.

FESTIVALS
Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST 2018 (Best Regional Film), LET’S CEE Film Festival 2018, South East European Film Festival Los Angeles 2018

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egzorcizamCLANAK
EXORCISM

HR // 2017 // 81'
horror film

DIRECTOR Dalibor Matanić
PRODUCERS Dalibor Matanić
COMPANY Kinogerila
COPRODUCED BY INK Pula
DISTRIBUTION 2i Film
SCREENPLAY Dalibor Matanić
CINEMATOGRAPHY David Oguić, Danko Vučinović
EDITOR Tomislav Pavlic
PRODUCTION DESIGN
COSTUME DESIGN Desanka Janković
SOUND Franjo Homen
SCORE Alen Sinkauz, Nenad Sinkauz
MAKE UP Sanja Rivić
VISUAL EFFECTS
SPECIAL EFFECTS
LEAD ACTOR Janko Popović Volarić
LEAD ACTRESS Nika Ivančić
SUPPORTING ACTORS Marko Braić
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Helena Minić Matanić, Senka Bulić, Lana Gojak

PREMIERE STATUS
November 2017

Vera Artuković, a religious fanatic, suspects her younger sister Maša might be possessed by Satan. She asks the local priest, Viktor Supilo, for help, not knowing he is going through a crisis of faith. On the evening of his first exorcism, several uninvited characters appear. One of them is Lidija, a journalist at a conservative family TV channel, who comes with her cameraman Boris, who knows Maša from childhood. The last one is Sofia, a psychiatrist with a profound intolerance of religion. The cellar of the Artuković sisters becomes a zone of conflict between different characters, with dark secrets and past actions coming to the surface.

Dalibor Matanić (1957) is a film, television, theatre and commercial director. He is the author of ten feature films and several short films. He won the Jury Prize in the official selection of Cannes Film Festival for his film The High Sun (2015), screened in the Un Certain Regard section. He is the director of The Paper (2016-2018), the first TV series in a Slavic language sold to Netflix for global distribution. He has won three Golden Arenas for best director at Pula Film Festival (The High Sun, 2015, Daddy, 2011, Fine Dead Girls, 2002), as well as six Oktavijan awards of the Croatian Society of Film Critics, and has twice received the award for culture from the City of Zagreb.


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THE EIGHTH COMMISSIONER

HR, BA // 2018 // 139'
comedy

DIRECTOR Ivan Salaj
PRODUCER Jozo Patljak
COMPANY Alka film
COPRODUCERS Dario Domitrović, Marijo Vukadin, Damir Terešak, Tomislav Bubalo, Kazimir Bačić
COPRODUCED BY Embrio Production (HR), Hrvatska radiotelevizija (HR), Kadar film (BA), Olimp produkcija (HR)
DISTRIBUTION 2i film
SCREENPLAY Ivan Salaj (based on the novel by Renato Baretić)
CINEMATOGRAPHY Slobodan Trninić
EDITOR Marin Juranić
PRODUCTION DESIGN Ivana Škrabalo
COSTUME DESIGN Morana Starčević
SOUND Dario Domitrović
SCORE Alen Sinkauz, Nenad Sinkauz
MAKE UP Snježana Gorup
VISUAL EFFECTS Tomislav Vujnović, Antonio Patljak, Siniša Mataić, Sandrino Požežanac
SPECIAL EFFECTS Dragutin Poldrugač
LEAD ACTORS Frano Mašković, Borko Perić
SUPPORTING ACTORS Goran Navojec, Špiro Guberina, Ivo Gregurević, Filip Šovagović, Mate Gulin
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Nadia Cvitanović, Iva Mihalić

Siniša Mesjak, an arrogant, ambitious politician, finds himself framed for a scandal. To get him out of the public eye, the government sends him to the farthest inhabited island in Croatia as its commissioner, to organise local elections. Seven previous commissioners failed at the task. At the island, full of elderly people who speak in an unintelligible dialect, and cut off from all communications, his only help comes from the infantile youth Tonino, an epileptic. As he seeks a way to fulfil his mission, the Commissioner finds many things he could not have imagined, including himself.

Ivan Salaj (Zagreb, 1969) is a Croatian director and writer. He directed See You (1995), a mid-length film, awarded at the Filmfest Cottbus, documentary films Second Floor, Basement (1991) and Hotel Sunja (1992), as well as Resistance Day, which was a part of a feature anthology Zagreb Stories Vol. 3 (2015). He worked as a screenwriter and director on Croatian Radiotelevision and RTL, and has directed around 60 commercials. The Eighth Commissioner is his debut feature.


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CHAMELEON // Kameleon
HR // 2017 // 80'
drama

DIRECTORS Dino Kos, Frano Barunčić
PRODUCERS Frano Barunčić, Dino Kos, Andrea Šikljan, Hela Žuljević
COMPANY Aion produkcija
COPRODUCED BY Studentski kulturni centar Rijeka
SCREENPLAY Dino Kos, Frano Barunčić
CINEMATOGRAPHY Luka Radiković
EDITORS Luka Radiković, Dino Kos
PRODUCTION DESIGN Ivana Butković
COSTUME DESIGN Ivana Butković, Lucija Polonijo
SOUND Tihomir Vrbanec, Marko Klajić
SCORE Sandi Bratonja
MAKE UP Zara Hrvatin
VISUAL EFFECTS
SPECIAL EFFECTS
LEAD ACTOR Frano Barunčić
LEAD ACTRESS Tena-Antonija Torjanac
SUPPORTING ACTORS Lovro Ivanković, Nikola Nedić, Tomislav Vičević, Emir Mulalić
SUPPORTING ACTRESSES Katia Kuharić, Jasna Jeličić, Anja Sabol

PREMIERE STATUS
prosinac 2017, Zagreb, Lovran

A group of people of different ages and various interests. They all live in a small city and are connected in multiple ways. This is one of those cities where everybody knows everything about everyone – their lifestyle, their values, type of the car they own or where they spend their holidays. On the other hand, when some of those people need help, their neighbours tend to look the other way. The story follows a man who is trying to make this world a better place – in his own, slightly bizarre way.

Dino Kos (1992) works in film and video production. He has directed four short fiction films (Timeless Conversation; 2017, Alienation, 2016; Mm, 2015; Mopus, Deni, 2015) and three music videos. Chameleon is his debut feature.

Frano Barunčić (1990) is a full-time student of acting at the Academy of Applied Arts of the University of Rijeka. He is the president of Aion produkcija, where he works in production, directing and acting.

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