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Petar is an autistic child who lives in his own world, protected from the reality of despair and disintegration of his family. Nevertheless, reality penetrates his hidden world and destroys it. Petar takes revenge.

 

regia/director igor ivanov
sceneggiatura /screenplay
igor ivanov
fotografia/cinematographer
tomi salkovsi
montaggio/editino
igor andreevski
musica
zoran spasovski
suono / sound
dolby sr
cast/cast
georgi krstevski, oliver mitkovski, labina mitevska, vladimir jachev
genere /genre
fiction
formato originale/original format
35 mm – color
durata/running time
15’
anno di produzione
2003
paese di produzione/country of production
macedonia
produzione/production
sektor film

BIOGRAPHY

 

Was born in 1973 in Skopje, Macedonia. He studied philosophy and was constantly involved in filmmaking processes. He started his professional career in 1993 with directing the TV Series “Subway”. 1995 was the year when he made his first documentary “NEP”, presented at London Film Festival. In 1997 he directed the short film the “Clock”, awarded by The Council of Europe. From 1999 to 2003 he works as a director of the popular children TV Series “Nase Maalo” produced by “Children Television Workshop” – New York, and “Search for common ground Production” – Washington. Further, in 2000 he made two short films “Kaval” and “Gajda”, presented at various festivals worldwide. In October 2003 he finished his last project, the short film “Bubachki” presented in the official competition of the 54th Berlinale.

 

FILMOGRAPHY

2003 Bubachki (corto, short) 2000 Kaval (corto, short); Gajda (corto, short) 1997 The clock (corto, short).

 

SYNOPSIS

Petar is an autistic child who lives in his own world, protected from the reality of despair and disintegration of his family. Nevertheless, reality penetrates his hidden world and destroys it. Petar takes revenge.

 

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