Films are our greatest passion and we want to make more and more of them! We are always writing, developing and expanding our group of directors and impatiently waiting for every contest.
Bruna and Tia spend the summer of 2007 together. Bruna’s parents are gone, so they are alone at the beach house. They will spend time lying on the beach, eating chips and drinking milk, listening to X’s (bad) mix cd, meeting boys they will forget, dressing questionably, at least once getting drunk embarrassingly and making jokes all summer…They will have a blast! The production was co-financed by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre.
SCRIPTWRITER AND DIRECTOR
Director of Photography
DIT/Photographer on set
Iva Jurišić i Matija Piralić
Lara Petrović “Sprema”
xYUGOx is a musical historical biographical documentary about a movement created as a reaction to the nihilism in punk scene in America in the late 70s in which the followers do not consume alcohol, cigarettes, drugs or sex for pleasure. This is a film which offers a different approach to punk, an approach of people living fully or partially straight edge. The film makes the viewers contemplate about the diversities, healthy way of life and promoting values which are different than today’s consumeristic and exploitational values. Throughout the film, we follow the only straight edge band on the Balkan area, The Truth, which has three members from Serbia and two from Croatia. The film deals with the topic of tours, but also veganism, decision making, attitudes, drugs and concerts. Development of the script was financed by the Society of directors and Croatian Audiovisual Centre.
Screenwriter, director, director of photography, editor
Second unit Cinematographer
Lovro Kranjčević, Karlo Bonetić
Glave u vrećama
One of the most mysterious and most important occurrences in art in Croatia, the avant-garde group called Traveleri (from the English word „travellers“) in 1922 in Zagreb was formed by Josip Seissel, Dragutin Herjanić, Vlado Pilar, Zvonimir Megler, Miha Schön, Dušan Plavšić ml., Miloš Somborski, Višnja Kranjčević i Čedomil Plavšić. The members were educated young people coming from wealthy families from Zagreb were aware of the changes taking place after the World War I and critical towards the citizens’ values. They had daily art performances and equated their life with art, anticipating the avant-garde in art. The group was active for ten years and even though they always remained in contact and spent time together, the members managed to achieve enviable results in different professions, from medicine and architecture to law. The script, accidentally discovered in 2007 and kept in a private collection by Marinko Sudac, was written by Josip Seissel (under the name Jo Klek) in 1922, and is thought to be the oldest script from the region. The original title is ‘’Glave u vrećama’’ (‘’Heads in bags’’), which the author decided to keep and conceptually connect with 100 years of avant-garde in Zagreb. The film is currently in the process of having a script developed, and it is co-financed by Croatian Audiovisual Centre.
Screenwriter and director