Factumentaries

BLOCKADE

Igor Bezinović
Screening time  
29.02. / Wednesday, 21:00 - 23:00 Theatre 1  
The Blockade' depicts the most massive, longest and politically the most important student protests in Croatia.

'The Blockade' depicts the most massive, longest and politically the most important student protests in this country – the blockade of the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in April and May 2009. The film crew functioned as insider documenters of the Independent Initiative for Free Education, taking part in the entire process as both active participants and media coverage providers. Thus, the film is not only an author's project, but also a result of the students' participation in the fight for free education that has been going on to the present-day.

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Igor Bezinović

Igor Bezinović was born in Rijeka in 1983. He obtained his degree in Philosophy, Sociology and Comparative Literature from the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Film and TV Directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is both a professional and an amateur filmmaker. He directed around ten shorts and a feature length documentary The Blockade (screened at 2012 ZagrebDox). Festival has screened his films: Veruda – A Film About Bojan (2015), Waiting (2013), In Fond Memory of TDZ (2010) and Above Average (2008). In 2011 Bezinović was a Small Jury member at ZagrebDox.

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BLOKADA

Croatia
2012, 92', color, video

Directed by:
Igor Bezinović

Screenplay by:
Igor Bezinović

Cinematography:
Đuro Gavran, Eva Kraljević, Igor Bezinović, Haris Berbić

Edited by:
Hrvoslava Brkušić, Maida Srabović, Miro Manojlović

Music:
Zli bubnjari, Antenat, Ibrica Jusić, Naš mali Afro bend, Tigrova mast, Idoli

Producers:
Nenad Puhovski, Oliver Sertić

Produced by:
FACTUM, RESTART