NIGHT OF THE LIVING AUDIENCE
SUN 14. 7. 21 h
CINEMA TABOR VAROSH
How many times did you want to react to a film, but the presence of other people distracted you? We are creating a cinema in which active participation during the film is not only allowed, but desirable. We offer the props, it’s up to you to decide what to do with them. The instructions are simple enough: do it loudly and do it your way!
It will be a night of such peculiar films which often make us wonder about the motives for their filming. To crown the amazement, the audience will have a unique opportunity to choose the craziest film of the festival.
Our guide into the collective madness and cry-out-loud laughter of this year’s program will be Mario Kovač, a true Homo universalis of the 21st century: film director, performer, actor, doctor of science, screenwriter, chess player, avid pub quiz genius and so much more… But above all – a true showman whose lucid jokes are hard not to laugh to!
During the world cup final in 98, a cop waits in his surveillance van. With his partner, they have to bring down a “big fish”. But everything is not working out as they planned…
During a professional meeting, two young women lose their chance to realize a dream project against an arrogant boss. Their frustration bursts into a mocking song with provocative gestures against the boss who has become helpless.
Every endurance athlete fears him. With runners, he usually waits until somewhere between kilometer 30 and 35. Then he strikes. Again and again. Legs turn to lead; the pulse rises. Cramps and stitches set in followed by the feeling of total exhaustion. This is the so-called “The Man with the Hammer”.
A cat walks into the Office of the Ministry for Cat Affairs and requests for a passport. All goes pretty well until the female and male cat clerks demand to know the cat’s sex.
A man uses an automated funeral home company to bury his mother.
In a veritable firework display of digital selfport-raits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dread-fully disturbing selfies were arranged in a unique short film composition. Single photos, artistically reworked, consolidate to form a ghastly grin that outshines the abyss of human existence.
Small town. Three women are sitting on a bench in front of an old apartment building. They are laughing and critically judging people until they notice something.
Bald bearded head trap in empty room.
Two neighbors in the dollhouse become aware of each other on the holidays.
Heta’s daily routine is very strict. She cuts red hair, does her exercises, and pumps her breast milk for a young seal. One day, however, she makes a mistake.
Puddles in the forest are sometimes a chance to take a deeper look at things and they draw in more than just leaves.
Two childhood friends, Morita Hifumi and Watanabe Gorou play Rock, Paper, Scissors to win their deceased childhood friend’s life savings.
A group of high-society people sits at a banquet table to dine. They teach a new recruit to their rank show to behave properly.
A man lies dead at a deserted place. How he got there and how it happened is dramatised in reverse.
Street fair in Marzahn: The overweight puppets are at a rave in the parking lot until the polygons start flying around.