Microcassette – The Smallest Cassette I' Ve Ever Seen

Mikrokazeta – najmanja kazeta koju sam ikad vidio

Somewhere in Croatia’s Adriatic coastline, Zoki discovers a microcassette amidst a hill of garbage. The mysterious message on its label propels him to reconstruct the circumstances revolving around this miniscule finding. A blend of fiction, documentary and animation that unfolds as a stream of consciousness, reminding us that a man’s trash may be someone else’s treasure.

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Direction: Igor Bezinović, Ivana Pipal
Script: Igor Bezinović, Ivana Pipal
Cinematography: Ivan Slipčević
Editing: Maida Srabović
Sound: Martin Semenčić
Music: Hrvoje Nikšić
Actors: Đorđe Branković, Petra Zlonoga
Production: Bonobostudio, Theory at Work
Producers: Vanja Andrijević
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Production Country: Croatia, Serbia
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 20΄
Contact: Bonobostudio

Igor Bezinović

Igor Bezinović (1983) graduated in Philosophy, Sociology and Comparative Literature from the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Film and TV Directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art. He directed about a dozen short films, feature-length documentary The Blockade and feature fiction-documentary A Brief Excursion. He is actively involved in filmmaking both as a professional and an amateur.

Filmography

2014 A Very Brief excursion (short)
2017 A Brief Excursion
2018 The Lovetts (short)
2020 The Smallest Cassette I've Ever Seen (short)

Ivana Pipal

Ivana Pipal (1990) is a freelance visual artist working in the medium of drawing, in illustration, animation, comic books, art books, design, installation, video and film. She earned her MA in Animated Film and New Media from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Ivana is also a member of the art collective Lovers, whose work is based on collaborations with scientists and the artistic interpretation of that process. Since 2014, they have presented a series of installations and exhibitions.

Filmography

2020 Microcassette – The Smallest Cassette I've Ever Seen (short)