“KIKA”

REGIONAL STUDENT FILMS / DOKUMA CROSSBORDER

“Kika”, 2016, Croatia, ’18

Director: Mirna Zgrabljić

Cinematography: Antonio Pozojević, Mirna Zgrabljić

Editor: Dario Bagarić

Production: ADU

SYNOPSIS:

The film follows Kika on her way to work.

Kika, Kiki, Sara and Alen are taking the night train from Zagreb to Novi Marof. Kika has a job to do in Novi Marof and Kiki, her boyfriend, Sara and Alen keep her company. Kika is saving money to pay for night classes, so nights like these are normal to her. In Novi Marof nothing is as these four people expected and the initial idea of a night full of partying and fun is soon on no one’s mind. By morning, the relationship between the two couples will change, but Kika’s life will go on as before, since the next night will bring a new job, in a different place, with different people.

DIRECTOR:

Mirna Zgrabljić was born in Zagreb in 1992. After completing the Private Arts High School in Zagreb, she enrolled at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb to study for a degree in Art History and French Language and Literature. After completing two years she started studying for a degree in Film and Television Directing at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb where she is currently in her third year. She has made several short films.