Curated and presented by Sanja Grbin
Haus der Geschichte, Otto-Borst-Saal
Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 16, 70173 Stuttgart
U-Bahn / Bus: Haltestelle Staatsgalerie, Haltestelle Charlottenplatz (Zugang überUrbanstraße)
Kroatien 2013, 15:00 Min.
Regie: Tomislav Šoban
My best friend lived across the street. In a house across the way on the same street. He went into his house when we all went home. The store was closing. In summertime, it is at 9 pm. That was the last time I saw him.
Kroatien 2014, 10:00 Min.
Regie: Silvestar Kolbas
Among the ruins of the cinema of my childhood, I found the remains of a film tape with pieces of films produced by the former state. Decay gave the tape a new quality and created a new aesthetic. The tape has found its way to its audience again. But nothing is the same.
Kroatien 2013, 23:00 Min.
Regie: Ana Hušman
The curriculum for teaching Croatian as a foreign language emphasises the use of role play, drama, expressive reading and reading and writing postcards. Combined with a textbook and postcards sent from the United States to Croatia, these teaching methods become starting points for improvised situations performed by professional and amateur actors.
Kroatien 2016, 7:00 Min.
Regie: Marko Tadić
Moving Elements focuses on the creative processes that lead to making art. A car passes through all the stages of creative art process and becomes part of art works, as well as a player in abstract processes of creating. The film is meant as a tribute to films made in the golden age of the Zagreb School of Animation in the 1960s and 1970s.
Kroatien 2013, 16:00 Min.
Regie: Boris Poljak
Autofocus is a short documentary film about the church of Saint Nicolas that dates from the 12th century and is visited by numerous tourists. It is located on a picturesque hill with a pine tree growing nearby. The camera witnesses a transformation of the site into a sort of special stage where unusual events occur and tourists become actors in a play.