STEFAN IVANČIĆ RETROSPECTIVE
FRI 6. 7. / 15 H / CINEMA RUSTICA
SAT 7. 7. / 18 H / CINEMA TOWER
Stefan IVANCIC (Belgrade, 1985) lived in Barcelona from 1991 to 2009. He studied film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade, and is by far one of the most talented young authors in the Balkans.
His short film Soles de primavera (2013) had its international première at FID Marseille and has been selected at festivals such as Rotterdam, San Sebastian, Torino, Sevilla European Film Festival and many others. His film Moonless Summer (2014) was selected for the Festival de Cannes, Cinéfondation selection. His films have won many domestic and international awards. His short film Stone in Hand (2017) was selected for the Festival de Cannes as a part of a special program ACID Trip #1 Serbia. He is based in Belgrade, working as an assistant and teaching at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts.
Retrospective in Tabor Film Festival will be the first such presentation of his films in Croatia, where four of his movies will be shown: Soles de primavera, 1973, Moonless Summer, Stone in Hand, after which Ivan Ramljak will lead a short discussion.
SOLES DE PRIMAVERA / SPRINGTIME SUNS
Stefan Ivančić – Srbija / Serbia 2013. – 23’ – igrani / fiction
Four boys, friends and cousins, in between adolescence and adulthood, make the most of a summer evening. Divided by distance, but reunited by Belgrade, they rememorate the Communist past of their country.
Stefan Ivančić – Srbija / Serbia 2014. – 33’ – dokumentarni / documentary
Everyday life on the shores of Sava before Belgrade Waterfront renewal project. People on tugboats discussing economy and songs from the old days. A sensitive observational film about a society put on hold.
LETO BEZ MESECA / MOONLESS SUMMER
Stefan Ivančić – Srbija / Serbia 2014. – 31’ – igrani / fiction
Before moving abroad, sixteen-year-old Isidora spends a few days at her childhood countryside house. Lost in the summer’s stillness, she fears the coming changes…
A HANDFUL OF STONES
Stefan Ivančić – Srbija / Serbia 2017. – 14’ – igrani/fiction
Ivica is an 11-year-old who spends his days among friends, playing football and roaming around unexplored grounds of an industrial town. Bitter and disquieted by the news that his parents are separating.