International Film Festival FeKK / Jury member

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From 22. 8. until 27. 8. 2016 FeKK Short Film Festival was happening in Ljubljana, with jury members Enrico Vannucci, Fritz Hock and Valerie Wolf Gang, who awarded three awards and a special mention:

AWARDS

The Best of FeKK Award

Kratki obiteljski film (A Short Family Film)

Igor Bezinović

For its innovative approach to documentary, combining a compelling aesthetics to a charming storytelling, revealing a very Balkan soul, the Best of FEKK Award goes to A short family film by Igor Bezinović.

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The Best of FeKK YU Award

Svetski rekorderi (Backwards)

Nikola Zdravković

For a naturalistic approach to its characters as well as the commitment of its actors to a strong personal and introverse story, the best Ex-YU Award goes to Backwards by Nikola Zdravković.

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 The Best of FeKK SLO Award

2045

Maja Prelog, Blaž Murn

For its architectural aesthetics accompanied by a peculiar soundscape leaving the audience in a timeless space, the best Slovenian Award goes to 2045 by Maja Prelog and Blaž Murn.

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 Special Jury Mention

Vis-a-vis

Miha Lihkar

For sharing the storytelling with its main unanimated character – the gallery – through a picture composition specifically intended to blend reality and art, the Jury Mention goes to Vis-a-vis by Miha Likar.

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ABOUT

FeKK Ljubljana Short Film Festival is a both internationally as well as locally oriented festival aiming to forefront the somewhat neglected culture of short films, be them animated, experimental or of any other type. The festival lasts for about a week and includes various, competitive and non-competitive sections, international meetings and guests, round tables and also just plain all-night parties. As such it works on developing the local short film scene and connecting its producers, authors, theorists and organisers.

The festival takes place at two main locations: the indoor hall of the Slovenian Cinematheque and its Summer Open-air Cinema at the Museum Quarter in the “new” part of the Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone. Additional venues are also the R.O.G. Skatepark and the KULT3000. After the main festival ends, some of its programme later travels through other venues around Slovenia.

An important part of the festival are its international collaborations, especially with the K3 Festivalfrom Austria. There, the three best Slovenian films are presented in a regional short film competition section.

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More: FeKK Official Website

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