|27.02. / Monday, 15:00 - 17:00 Theatre 3|
|29.02. / Wednesday, 15:00 - 17:00 Theatre 3|
|01.03. / Thursday, 20:00 - 22:00 Theatre 2|
The ravages of war, as witnessed by a nine-year-old boy, shape history in this short personal documentary. Igor Drljača masterfully assembles family video footage from his nineties boyhood in Sarajevo, recollecting through narration an old fear that his desperate attempts to avoid a poor grade on an art assignment have lead to a devastating war.
Igor Drljača was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1983. He left the country on May 1st 1992 on a military plane due to the violence of the Bosnian war, like so many other families. He arrived in Canada in 1993 where he has since completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Film Production from York University. His short films include 'Rana' (2005), 'The Battery-Powered Duckling' (2006), 'Mobilni Snovi' (2008), 'On a Lonely Drive' (2009), 'Woman in Purple' (2010) and 'The Fuse: Or How I Burned Simon Bolivar' (2011).
KAKO SAM ZAPALIO SIMONA BOLIVARA
Bosnia and Herzegovina
2011, 9', color, video
Time Lapse Pictures
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