“BSB-GRU-EZE” is a travel between three airports, based on the musical piece “A Sertaneja” written by the Brazilian composer Brasílio Itiberê. The use of acronyms emphasizes the similarity of one trip to another. The short film is inspired by the city of Brasilia. The idea is that in a fictional future our passport number will replace the use of our name. Paris will turn into CDG and the world will become a multitude of airports with people in transit at all times.
“Interlude” is a poetic short documentary which can be considered as an essay film. The main theme is the mountain Pelion, the hook-like peninsula between Aegean Sea and Pagasetic Gulf. Through an elliptical narrative, use of keywords, and absolute immobility of the camera, the film attempts an aesthetic observation on space and time in between stillness and motion, based on director's subjective point of view.
In 2013, Croatia has entered the fifth year of recession, with unemployment of 20 percent. It joined the European Union, but at the same year conservative activists banned gay marriages there. Despite all these events, the most popular news in 2013, according to Croatian online portals, was the tragic death of Dolores Lambaša. The young actress was very keen on trying to get the public to like her, but wasn’t successful in her efforts. Everyone loved to hate her. The documentary observes the final year of the young actress’s life and her intense relationship with the media.
As in many cases, also here it's rather about allusion than description. This also applies to the persons represented. Flat silhouettes of people. Their heads depicted in profile. Faces with no expression, formal gestures. In the background, a little bit of everyday life: the hard, square, stone architecture arises from ochre, brownish, blackish mush of colour or mud. A demonstration of the function of the central perspective. An idealised representation of a tropical paradise. Strangely, there's no absurdity in this.
“Ysme” is a variable level navigation between the real and the virtual, between the Camargue and Corsica, between an aircraft and its digital double, between symphonic music and sound design, between delicacy and chaos, between a tourism trip and a dreamlike artifice.
This multi-media composition transforms the observer into a dreamer, the dreamer into an aviator, the one who flies into electric current, never quitting the most beautiful landscapes of the Mediterranean.