Kino-klub iNVISIBLE predstavlja Njeno zgodbo
Filmski program pod imenom Njena zgodba na festivalu Rdeče zore
ne predstavlja le ženskih umetnic - temveč tudi ženske s katerimi se
je umetnost predstavila. Tako nismo zbrali le filmov režiserk, temveč
tudi filme o ženskah in dekletih.
Program je razdeljen na dva dela. V prvem predstavljamo kratke filme
Z drugim delom programa se vračamo v preteklost, v leto 1954, ko je
bil posnet eden sijajnejših celovečernih filmov zgodnje jugoslovanske
filmske produkcije in bil desetletje kasneje tudi označen za najboljši
film desetletja. Tistega leta je Vladimir Pogačič posnel film po zgodbi
Ive Andrića, Anikina vremena, ki je po
besedah nekega bosanskega novinarja edini tipični sarajevski roman.
Naslov je ohranil, kot pa je običajno v navadi, zgodbi ni sledil po
pricakovanjih. Z drugačno govorico je sprevrgel celoten pomen ženske
v filmu, kar je kasneje v domačih literarnih in filmskih krogih sprožilo
polemike, v tujini pa val pohval
Hvala sledečim: Delta video (Preza) in Avala Film, Svetlana
The Red Sunrises Festival's film programme under the name HerStory does not present only woman artists, but also women, which presented art. The selection is therefore not limited to films directed by women, but includes also films about women and girls. The woman - HerStory - can reveal herself either indirectly, through her role as the director, which shifts her into the background, or directly - as an image on the screen. These latter, unforgettable portraits of women, were frequently created by men, who were able to construct them with incredible accuracy. The woman is hereby not defined in terms of gender, rather as a construct of the (cinematographic) discourse.
The programme is divided into two sections. In the first section we
present short films by both male and female directors, that were in
competition at the Clermont-Ferrand festival of short film in France.
Up to 40 minutes in length, of various topics, genres, lengths and stories,
all revolving around Her. The stories emerged in different surroundings
around the world - Mexico, Germany, Portugal, Venezuela, Australia -
were received differently outside their country of origin and have been
recognised and awarded at many film festivals.
In the following pages you can read a detailed analysis of the film by Svetlana Slapšak. The author, a professor of mine, was the one that first introduced me to the film; and I knew back then that if The Times of Anika were ever to be screened at a film festival, she was the only one capable of restoring the film's lustre. Her contextualisation of the film re-establishes it's long neglected, yet well deserved eclat.
I wish to thank: Delta video (Preza) and Avala Film, Svetlana
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