K18

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  • 2014
  • 13'51''

The camera follows a stream in the forest. The whole time, we hear a recital that sounds like music. At the end of the film, the camera finds a dead entity. The film ends with a vibrating rectangle of light in a dark forest, and is based on a question by American artist Paul Thek: is it not the artist’s task to constantly say farewell to art?

Director
Zlatko Kopljar
Screenplay
Zlatko Kopljar
Cinematography
Boris Poljak
Editing
Damir Čučić
Costume Design
Ante Tonči Vladislavić
Sound Design
Martin Semenčić
Music
Martin Semenčić
Voice
Ernesto Estrella Cozar
Producer
Mirjana Guberović
Production
Studio Guberović
Support
Hrvatski audiovizualni centar (HAVC)

Zlatko Kopljar (1962) is a visual artist. He has exhibited at Sao Paulo Biennale, the Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, the Rijeka Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, The Kitchen – New York, Gallery Manes – Praha, etc. His work is featured in collections at the Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art, the Rijeka Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Zagreb Museum of Modern Art, Filip Trade collection, etc. He graduated in painting at the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, class of Carmelo Zotti, and currently lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia.

Selected Filmography – Zlatko Kopljar (1962)

  • K17 (2012) – experimental short
  • K16 (2012) – experimental short
  • K15 (2012) – experimental short
  • K14 (2010) – experimental short

Croatian film catalogue

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