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Hedgehog's Home

Eva Cvijanovic | 11min | Kroatien, Kanada

  • År: 2017
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Text:

En charmig stop-motion-film som har förtjusat publiken på många filmfestivaler världen över. Den är baserad på den stora jugoslaviska barnförfattaren Branko ?opi?s dikt om en igelkott som älskar sitt modesta men vackra hem. Precis som originaldikten förmedlar filmen ett budskap av universell betydelse.

- Midhat Ajanovic

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Eva Cvijanovic

Regissör: Eva Cvijanovic

Eva Cvijanovi? is an animator and filmmaker focused on the storytelling potential of environments and character. Since graduating from Concordia University, she has produced and directed two independent films ([Seasick], 2013, and [Once Upon a Many Time], 2010) and was part of the NFB’s Hothouse program ([The Kiss], 2011).

Drawn to the immersive power of the tangible, Eva works with felted wool, watercolour and pastels while being equally fluent in digital media. Eva’s experience ranges from working on documentary and puppet films to videogames and more. Her latest venture is [Hedgehog’s Home], an NFB/Bonobostudio stop-motion short film based on a famous Balkan tale.

For me, home is much more something that we create, an action more than a place, and deeply based in cultivating feelings of belonging and security. This being said, yes, absolutely, the original text was written right after the Second World War, at a moment in history when there was a need within a newly formed Yugoslavia to create and assert its own (unified) national identity, so this sentiment can be appropriated by today’s extremist forces for divisive rather than unifying purposes, and I am conscious of it. I am hopeful that the universal feelings that for me define home are what will come through to the audience, and that these will be a more powerful message than the propaganda that can be twisted out of the text. In ?opi?’s own words, this story is for children and the sensitive, and I trust they will connect with the story in the same way I did; as for those who want to discuss other readings, I’m always happy to engage in a constructive dialogue.

Producent:
Jelena Popovic, Vanja Andrijevic
Manusförfattare:
Eva Cvijanovic
Fotograf:
Ivan Slip?evi?
Klippare:
Iva Kraljevic, Eva Cvijanovic
Musik:
Darko Rundek
Medverkande:
France Castel, Rade Serbedzija, Kenneth Welsh
Kontakt:
Regissörens filmografi:
  • 2013 Seasick, Short; 2011 The Kiss, Short; 2010 Once Upon a Many Time, Short; 2008 Play, Short.