Monday 20th Oct. Day 2

18:00 - 18:50
The Chaplin Theatre - Tragicomedy In Four Parts
Discussion with Director
break 5min
20:15 - 20:32 Put - the Road 08:32 - 08:52
Discussion with Directors Milica Stojanov
20:52 - 21:10 Snajka Trazi Srecu / Bride looking for happyness
Discussion with Director




18:00 - 18:50 THE CHAPLIN THEATRE - Tragicomedy In Four Parts 50’ - Croatia - 2014
Documentary Directed by Zoran Krema Q&A with Zoran Krema following the film
Bio Born in Rijeka (Croatia) on May 26, 1979, Zoran Krema received a Masters Degree in Science of Communications from the University of Trieste (Italy) in 2006. His graduation thesis was ''Changes and Perspectives of Audiovisual Documentary Film with Digital Technology". He currently works as a freelance director, cameraman and editor and is president of NGO OKODOKO.

The documentary film The Chaplin Theater - Tragicomedy In Four Parts speaks about a group of young Roma under the leadership of Naser Sokoli who have decided to establish the first amateur Roma theater in Europe, possibly even in the world.
The film explores the motivation behind this unusual initiative, different events during the making of the new theater play, and during the first international appearances. The main character of the film is a dreamer, living himself in a kind of a "life" show, like all of us. Tragicomedy In Four Parts is a documentary presentation of the Naser's dream.


20:15 - 20:32


16’ – Serbia – 2014

Directed Milica Stojanov

Q&A with Jelena Bugarski (Producer) and Milica Stojanov (Director) following the film

Born in Novi Sad (Serbia) in 1984, Milica Stojanov has studied Intermedia Directing (directing for television, radio, film and theatre) at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad since 2009. Currently she works in production for Radio Television Vojvodina.


"The Road" is a story about young Sefan and the accomplishment of his dream. When he was eleven years old, he moved from Starčevo to Konak in Banat, Serbia. He was afraid of his new environnent. He started education in primary school "Vuk Karadžić". Only eight girls were in his class. But the girls and the teachers loved him. The teacher of history noticed that Stefan is interested in history. Stefan wanted to prove that Roma child could win the competition in history. He started learning and he failed the first time. His history teacher chose not to retire so that he could work with Stefan. But Stefan's family didn't have electricity nor basic living conditions, so he had to learn by candlelight. The teachers and the pupils helped Stefan's family. So he went on a road to the city of Niš, to the biggest history competition in Serbia.
Filmography & Trailer
  • Gruvanje (political-social/analytic television show)
  • Radar and Dokument (documentary television shows)
  • New Land (short film)
  • Talentinci (youth television show)
  • Ritam Exit-A (television show)
  • 50 live concerts



20:52 - 21:10 SNAJKA TRAŽI SREČU / Bride-Snajka Looking for Happyness 17' - Croatia - 2014
Documentary Tea Vidovic          Q&A with Tea Vidovic & Mirsad Dalipi         
Bio Born in 1986 in Zagreb (Croatia) Tea’s first contact with a camera was made through her father who was on a daily basis filming the family in their everyday life. In 2005 she applied to study sociology which gave her an insight into social processes that frame everyday life. The Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb wasn’t interested enough in qualitative approach, so she pursued it in Erfurt (Germany) and later on in civil society organizations in Croatia where she developed interest in cultures, identity and migrations. Today, Tea is working with refugees in Zagreb focusing mostly on aspects of integration.
Synopsis Snajka searching for happiness is a movie about a couple that gets married after 8 months of relationship, and encounters with issues they haven’t been thinking before. Mirsad and Tea got married in Zagreb in front of majority of Tea’s friends and family, while Mirsad’s were in Kosovo waiting for their first visit. During the visit to Kosovo, couple encounters with obstacles they weren’t thinking before. Will they go over their values in order to keep family happy or will they try to seek for ways to keep the both sides happy?
Filmography Hteli smo radnike, dosli su na ljuci  
Contact upon request.  


21:30 - 22:50 VESPA 85’ - Hungary - 2010
Fiction Directed by Diana Groò  
Bio Born in 1973 in Budapest (Hungary), Diana Groó received her education there obtaining a Bachelor degree in French-Hebrew from the Faculty of Arts at Lórand Eötvös University of Sciences (1992-1995), then a Masters in TV and Film Directing, Department of Film and Television Directing at the Hungarian Film Academy. She has co-founded DocClub (2000) and Madzag Film (2001) associations as well as Katapult Film (2002). Since 2001 she is director and scriptwriter at the Cinema Film and Katapult Film studios.

Twelve-year-old Lali wins a bar of chocolate that contains a winning coupon for a Vespa motorbike inside the wrapper. However, the motorbike is in Budapest so leaves his community in Bereghát not only to find the prize of his dreams, but also his father, whom he has not seen for a long time...
Filmography 2004 - A Miracle in Cracow / Csoda Krakkóban
2006 - Urlicht (short)
2006: - The Way to the Future / Előttem az élet (documentary)
2006 - Wild Imagination - The Garden of the Magician / Tarka képzelet - A virágünnep vége (short)
2009 - Eldorádó (short)
2010 - Vespa
2013 - Regina (documentary)
Awards 2010 - Budapest Hungarian Film Week
Special Prize of the Jury: Sándor Tóth, Best Original Music: Dániel Kardos & Rudolf Balogh
2010 - Cottbus FilmFestival
DIALOGUE Prize for Intercultural Communication
2010 - Geneva Festival Tous Ecrans
Reflet d'Or - Best Director Prize
2010 - Siena Terra di Siena
UNICEF Special Prize
2010 - Los Angeles Hungarian Film Festival: "Hungarians in Hollywood" Best Film Award
2011 - Olympia International Film Festival
Best Young Actor: Sándor Tóth
Distribution Company
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1068 Budapest
T: +36 1 351 77 60, +36 1 351 77 61
F: + 36 1 352 67 34