The feature film “After Winter” is a Montenegrin candidate for the 94th Academy Awards of the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in the category of best international film this year, and will be screened at the Tivat Cultural Center on Friday, October 29, starting at 8:30 p.m. the film will also be on the cinema repertoire on October 30, as well as from November 1 to 3.
After the premiere of the film, actors Petar Burić and Maja Suša will pay homage to the Tivat audience.
The main roles in the interpreters: Momcilo Otasevic, Ana Vuckovic, Ivona Kustudic, Petar Buric and Maja Susa. There are also Bojan Žirović, Dubravka Kovjanić, Vladimir Gvojić, Milica Gojković, Stela Ćetković, Milica Majkić, Pedja Bjelac…
The film “After Winter” by director and screenwriter Ivan Bakrac and producer Ivan Djurovic, produced by Montenegrin companies Artikulacija Film and ABHO Film, was previously supported by the Film Center of Montenegro and the Croatian Audiovisual Center, as well as the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro. This is a co-production of Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia and France, and the companies participating in the production are: Articulation Film (Montenegro), ABHO Film (Montenegro), Action Film (Serbia), Biberche Productions (Serbia), Maxima Film ) and Arizona Productions (France). The co-producers of the film are Maja Ilić, Nikolina Zečević, Damir Terešak and Guillaume de Seille. The director of photography is Dušan Grubin, while the editing is signed by Nataša Pantić. The sound designer is Dario Domitrović, and the composers are Alen and Nenad Sinkauz. The costume design was done by Milena Miljković, and the scenography by Dragana Baćović.
With the film, Bakrač wanted to “analytically process the differences and similarities between the three types of friendship: female-female, male-male, and male-female friendship.”
“The stories of my five characters are told through three seasons that emotionally and aesthetically support the characters and their relationships, and merge in the epilogue that winter brings. They are all about 28 years old, have been friends since childhood but live in different cities and states. “Each of them is trying to continue living their way of life and preserve their friendship, even though they are separated by kilometers,” he said.
“The main characters were born and raised in Nikšić, but during their lives, due to studies or work, they found themselves in different cities in the former Yugoslavia. Throughout the duration of the film, they intend to come to Nikšić and they do not succeed until the very end, so the epilogue of the film, that final part of the plot, is located in Nikšić “, the director explained.
The number of places is limited, in accordance with the recommendations of the Council for the fight against the corona virus.
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