Regional Competition

Foreclosure

Neven Hitrec
Screening time  
24.02. / Monday, 17:00 - 19:00 Theatre 1  
25.02. / Tuesday, 18:00 - 20:00 Theatre 2  
28.02. / Friday, 13:00 - 15:00 Theatre 1  
28.02. / Friday, 13:00 - 15:00 Theatre 1  
Can a family survive? The film follows the situations and atmosphere on a property faced with foreclosure.

Can a family survive? The film follows the situations and atmosphere on a property faced with foreclosure. This procedure involves a long timeframe in which the Medak family gets very used to the camera and it becomes part of their daily life. Meanwhile, their normal life falls apart… This film will force you to ask yourselves how can a family function normally, knowing that in two days, two months or two years they could be thrown out in the street?

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Neven Hitrec

Neven Hitrec was born in 1967, and graduated in film and TV directing in 1992 from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts. He made several award-winning documentaries that attracted attention in Croatia, but also scored good results at international film festivals. He won the annual Vladimir Nazor Award 1993 for his documentary films The Hall and 730 Days Later. His fiction debut was Madonna in 1999. He won the Pula Festival Grand Prix and Vjesnik’s Breza Award for best debut, complete with another two Golden Arenas for best male and female leading role. The documentary film Foreclosure (2014) screened in ZagrebDox’s Regional Competition in 2014.

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Ovrha

Croatia
2013, 46', DCP

Directed by:
Neven Hitrec

Cinematography:
Dragan Marković

Edited by:
Slaven Zečević

Music:
Marko Pelaić, Ivan Mažuranić

Producer:
Vera Robić Škarica

Produced by:
Croatian Film Association

Festivals & Awards:

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