Duga / The Rainbow
Joško MarušićCroatia / 2010 / 74' 0''
Tuškanac Cinema, 16:00 h
This film tells us the story about the hidden war, a war between generations, war in which always children lose. Through dramatic and picturesque tale, we discover two legends interweaving. One is about a father and a son, and the other of a young girl Srna (Doe) who is profoundly affected by the harshness of the world around and decides to take a walk beneath the rainbow to transform into a boy. This film try to tell parents: Talk to your children before it is too late!
Joško Marušić (1952) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Zagreb. He has since been active in various media: cartoon, caricature, illustration, literature, film production and television. Illustration and animation, however, remain central to his work. Twice the art director of Zagreb Film, he was also the program director of the World Festival of Animated Films in Zagreb from 1992 till 1998, as well as the president of the Festival’s Council from 2000 till 2006. Since 1999, he has served as head of the Department of Animation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, where he teaches three theoretical subjects, and also acts as tutor. His most important, award-winning films are: Inside and Out (1977), Perpetuo (1978), Fisheye (1980), Skyscraper (1981), Over There (1985), Home Is The Best (1988), Miss Link (1998).
Joško Marušić ('Duga i Alkar', Dinko Šimunović)