Who’s Afraid of the Big Black Wolf
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Country:
Slovenia
Category:
International, Narrative Short
Release date:
May 19, 2015
Duration:
0 hours 25 minutes
Director:
Janez Lapajne
Box Office:
$12
Language:
German

Synopsis

Somewhere in occupied Central Europe in 1944, a triangle emerges between a shephed boy and two officers from opposing forces.

PLAYING TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2015

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About the Filmmaker

Janez Lapajne

Born in 1967. Leading Slovenian independent filmmaker and former (first) president of the Directors Guild of Slovenia. Film directing graduate of the University of Ljubljana. Recipient of several prizes for his student films. His awarded and critically acclaimed feature films – Rustling Landscapes (Selestenje), Short Circuits (Kratki stiki) and Personal Baggage (Osebna prtljaga) – are among most noteworthy achievements of the contemporary Slovenian cinema. Founded PoEtika, an occasional academy for researching the art of film directing, which he heads as mentor. Recently he also colaborates as a writer, an editor or a producer on some other feature films (Class Enemy, Dual, The Trip) of younger Slovenian film directors – his former students. He’s currently working on the script of his fourth feature film. Who’s Afraid of the Big Black Wolf? (Kdo se boji crnega moza?) is his first short film after his very successful graduation film Breakages (Crepinjice) in 1997.

Janez Lapajne

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