2nd DFF: Regional Student Films program

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Regional Student Film program will be screened at the Gaudeamus Cinema in Makarska, 4th-6th June at 5PM. Tickets are free of charge.

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AGRFT (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

“Benjamin” (2012, R: Katarina Morano)
– A film about an autistic 12 year-old Benjamin trapped between social norms and patterns of  behavior but guided by his feelings.

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FDU (Cetinje, Montenegro)

“Wheels” (2015, R: Ivan Čojbašić)
-A film about Nino who was a fireman and an adrenaline junky ‘addicted to life’ who became a tetraplegic after an accident. But his story shows that a handicap is not the end and one should never submit to problems and always strive to live the life to the fullest.

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FDU (Skopje, Macedonia)

“Green Walls, Black Food” (2015, R: Sandra Gjorgiev)
– A story about the life of the students who live in the Student Dormitory Goce Delchev in Skopje, R. Macedonia. A Dormitory that once represented an elite place, and today… Personal stories and opinions of students, their way of adaptation, and their choice between bravery and fear.

“On Bike” (2015, R: Gorjan Atansov)
– A short documentary about the power and use of the bycicle, the problems of the bicyclists and their fight for space and rights to ride freely in Skopje through Critical Mass and non-violent action.

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ASU (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

“Strong” (2012, R: Neven Samardžić)
– A story of three women in rural Bosnia who aspire to or do ‘male’ jobs but are they still ‘lesser then a man’ in the eyes of the society?

“Variations” (2012, R: Hari Šečić)
– Society gives us ideals of physical beauty and merit, but variations provide us with an alternative to uniformity.

“Only Dad” (2012, R: Damir Mujagić)
– Damir was a great warrior in the last war, now he fights his everyday battles as a single father.

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FDU (Belgrade, Serbia)

“At Least We’ve Met” (2012, R: Marko Grba Singh)
– Zoran lives on the streets of Belgrade. At night, he roams from one place to another, looking for a warm spot, a cigarette, a drink. Zoran looks exactly like your average homeless guy. He is free from the obligations of the society and an example of the rough transition which Balkans went through in the last three decades. His story discovers another side of a bigger tragedy that has radically changed people and countries alike