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Distribution for the short animated experimental film "Granica/Border" from Eni Brandner
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Film
Film
Original Title (If different): 
Granica
Langue: 
Croatian
Production country: 
Austria
Running time (In minutes): 
05:30
Theme: 
Animation
Independent
Category/Format: 
Animated Films
Poster: 
Granica_picture
Production year: 
May, 2009
Film Credits
About the Director: 

short biography/filmography
Eni Brandner studied Multimedia Art (Salzburg), Animation and New Media (Zagreb), lives and works in Vienna/Austria and is dealing with the domains of experimental and animated film.
As contributor to films and projects by Bady Minck, Tim Sharp, Olga Neuwirth, Beat Furrer, Penelope Messidi, Lisl Ponger and Loulou Omer, she is now releasing her first short film.
Filmography:
Granica - Grenze - Border, A 2009, 5:30min, Stereo
Concept, Direction, Photography, Image and Sound Editing

Film director: 
Eni Brandner
Producer: 
Eni Brandner
Screenplay: 
Eni Brandner
Editing: 
Eni Brandner / Darko Vidackovic
Film photographer: 
Eni Brandner / Darko Vidackovic
Sound: 
Christof Dienz
Music: 
Christof Dienz / Mix: Andi Haller
Art Director: 
Eni Brandner
Film synopsis: 
Synopsis Granica, Grenze, Border - dividing line between two religions, two cultures - between majoritarian Serbian respectively Croatian areas. Twelve years after the end of the conflict about the 'Republic of Serbian Krajina' in the Yugoslavian/Croatian war (1991-1995), the traces of altercation are still present. Delapidated, destroyed houses - partly sitting right next to minefields, or in the middle of townscapes, waiting for their owners - act as unintentional memorials, warding off oblivion. The former inhabitants or their descendants/heirs return only slowly to the area rendered improvident by the Yugoslavian war. What persists are half abandoned villages and scarcely inhabited cities in the hinterland, off the beaten track, which still haven't recovered from the times of war. Filmed in Zitnic, Drnis, Sibenik and Tepljuh (Croatia) in 2008, in locations around the area of the temporary border of the internationally not recognized 'Republic of Serbian Krajina'. After the 'Log Revolution' in August 1990 this area became one of the focal points in the Yugoslavian/Croatian war 1991-1995.
Budget
Budget Range: 
Under $10 000
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
Digital - other
Format Ratio: 
4:3
Film distribution
TV: 
Open
International: 
Open
Sales/distribution name: 
Darko Vidackovic
Address: 
Volkertstrasse 25/22, 1020 Wien, Austria
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