|02.03. / Saturday, 18:00 - 20:00 Theatre 5|
Far back in the 1960s, a neighbourhood named Zapruđe was built on the other side of the Sava River. It was then mostly populated by young people. However, this neighbourhood welcomed our time as a settlement of old and disabled people. Still, it hides a few living oases of humanity. One of such informal but still prominent places it definitely the dressmaker Tereza, a woman bearing some remarkable qualities. Aside from being an outstanding dressmaker able to tackle most demanding sartorial tasks, Tereza was forced to adapt to impoverished clients and limit her skills to small repairs of already worn-out garments. However, in addition to her dressmaking, Tereza, being a kind and sensitive person, opened her door to the numerous women from her and other buildings who remained all alone and found a compassionate listener and interlocutor in Tereza.
Petar Krelja is one of the leading Croatian documentary filmmakers and a distinguished film critic. For years he has worked as a radio editor and host on Croatian Radio’s Channel One (former Radio Zagreb). He has been working in film since the late 1960s. In the 1970s he became known as the author of emotionally involved documentaries about social outsiders, especially children and youth. In less than four decades he made about 200 documentaries and TV shows, as well as many fiction films. A large number of his documentaries screened in early ZagrebDox sections. In 2008 he chaired the ZagrebDox international jury and his work was presented in an Author’s Night.
2012, 40', video
Nikola Bišćan, Bojan Perić
Vera Robić Škarica
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