- Director:Ivan Maloča, Slavica Šnur
What does a working day of a film crew look like? Why is it said that only filmmakers wake up earlier than roosters and that only a few producers do not suffer from duodenal ulcers? The camera follows the members of the film crew from waking up, napping in the van and coming to the "set", and suddenly waking up and getting involved in the filming process, until the end of twelve-hour working day. The result of all-day or all-night work, regardless of circumstances and weather conditions, is three to eight minutes of mounted material. That is just a few minutes of what viewers see. This film will dispel rumors that filmmakers are "spoiled artists" and encourage viewers to watch movies, series and other audiovisual formats with more respect.
About the director
Slavica Šnur, born in 1962 in Vrbanja, graduated from the General Gymnasium in Županja. She enrolled at the Faculty of Law in Osijek, which she interrupted in the middle of the war. After the devastation of the war he left Vukovar and traveled around the world (London CB-ACADEMY, Berlin KRAYOLAN KARL ZUND department, etc.) and acquired various knowledge (design of the visual identity of the film character) related to film and television. She worked for HRT for several years. After leaving Croatian Television, she continued to work as a freelance artist.
Tickets for screenings at Cinestar Vukovar, Danubian Sand Island, Borovo Cinema are free. For screenings at locations - Terrace of Agency for Waterways and Castle Eltz Park admission is 15 HRK. Tickets.