Događaji koje treba zaboraviti / Events Meant to be Forgotten
Marko TadićCroatia / 2020 / 6' 0''
Saturday, 03. 10.,
Cinema SC, 15:30 h
Filmed on 16mm film, this visual expression is rooted in its archival materials and backed up by the poem by Hans Magnus Enzensberger. It speaks of the forgotten people, their lives and their deeds. These two Archives have been found on the flea market in Zagreb. One is of a famous architect and the other one is of a famous composer. This film ponders on this occurrence, on the vanishing of and forgetfulness of humans.
Marko Tadić studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence. His artistic practice is in drawing, installation and animation. Winner of numerous art prizes: the Vladimir Nazor Award for the best exhibition (2015), award for the best design at the festival of Croatian animation FHAF (2012), third award at the exhibition T-HT@MSU in Zagreb (2010) and the Radoslav Putar Award for best young contemporary artist (2008). He participated in many residential programs in Helsinki, New York, Los Angeles, Frankfurt am Main and Vienna, and collaborated with the Art Academy in Zagreb at workshops for students as tutor for the workshop of artist books, field recordings and radio dramas. Works at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Croatia. His films have been shown at many international animation film festivals and experimental film festivals. His works have been exhibited on many solo and group exhibitions around the world. In 2017 along with Tina Gverović he is representing Croatia at the 57th Venice Biennale.
Kreativni sindikat; Ustanova Zagreb film
Iva Blašković, Miro Manojlović
categoriesCroatian Film Competition 2