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Sky Spirits
Sky Spirits - Damir Cucic, Boris Poljak
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Croatie - 2010 - 6 mn - Réalisation : Damir Cucic, Boris Poljak - Image : Boris Poljak - Montage : Damir Cucic - Son : Martin Semencic -

Contact : Croatian Film Clubs Association - Tuskanac, 1 - 10000 Zagreb - Croatie - Tél : 385 1 4848 771 - Fax : 385 1 4848 764 - e-mail : vera@hfs.hr - web : www.hfs.hr

Corum - Salle Einstein Samedi 23 octobre 2010, 14 h 00
Musée Fabre (auditorium) Jeudi 28 octobre 2010, 16 h 00




This film explores the ultimate limits of fireworks as sources of light, showing this through real-life dynamic light patterns which are led through video processors, resulting in chromatically rich animated samples. The material is "laboratory" processed and then formed into a film unit, while respecting the dramaturgy of fireworks. The original sound was used, which was, of course, subsequently processed, too. The whole work process is a kind of "hommage to the tape" because the entire work is completely recorded and realised on digital video tapes, without using any kind of computer program.


 
 
Damir Cucic

Damir Cucic was born in Brezice, Slovenia in 1972. He directed, wrote screenplays, edited, and produced over 70 alternative, short films and documentaries. His works were shown at numerous international festivals, projections, and retrospectives, and featured on TV programmes. He also won ten film awards.

 
Boris Poljak

Born in 1959 in Split. He studied at the law school in Split and has been a member of the Split cinema club since 1978. He has been a professional cameraman since 1989. He has worked on more than 40 short films, 2 feature films and over 200 videos. He has received numerous awards fort he best camera work at the Croatian film days, a Kodak award for best camera work recorded on a film tape and an award at the International Independent Film Festival in New York. He is a long-serving member of the executive board of the Croatian Film Clubs' Association and is involved in the School of Media Culture as a teacher. He lives and works in Split.

 
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