Today we are overwhelmed with various pseudo-documentary films that focus on violence for commercial purposes exclusively. These so-called documentaries have no aesthetic, kinaesthetic or ethical purpose except sensationalism. What intrigues about such films is precisely their structure, which remains more or less unchanged. There is always a comment that makes/tells/gives a story - even though it is mainly poor and utterly unimaginative, it is quite often the most powerful dramaturgic moment of the entire show.
All Conditions for a Story explores how such scenes work if separated from the completed film, if given without a comment, and what impact they have on a regular viewer. How are they perceived, and what do these scenes now mean?
Barbara: Barbara Nola
Iva: Iva Mihalic
Jakov: Jakov Nola
Filip: Filip Nola
Enes: Enes Vejzovic
Natasa: Natasa Janjic
Bojan: Bojan Navojec
Mare: Mare Nola
Screenwriter: Lukas Nola
Producer: Dragan Juric
DOP: Stanko Herceg h.f.s.
Editor: Slaven Zecevic
Music: Jura Ferina and Pavao Miholjevic
Sound designer: Dubravka Premar
Art director: Lukas Nola
Costume designer: Marita Copo
Make-up artist: Romana Niksic
1st AD: Dragan Juric
* Deboshir Film Festival 2012, St. Petersburg, Russia
* Columbia George IFF 2012, Venice, SAD
* Tabor Film Festival 2012, Kumrovec & Veliki Tabor, Desinic, Croatia
* Dani hrvatskog filma 2012, Zagreb, Croatia