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Marko, Adi, Aco in Dejan hang out in front of block of flats in Fužine. Marko is pissed because he quit playing basketball and because the sexy TV presenter doesn’t notice him and because his father Radovan is going to beat him up for quitting basketball. Adi is irritated by the fact that his brother Sanel is a drug addict and because his father Mirsad prefers to shag waitresses somewhere in Austria than to deal with this. Makarovićka – a chefur girl gives a hard time to Aco and Aco would like to take a revenge on Damjanović – the bus driver. Dejan is anxious because his mother Sonja wants to move to Slovenske Konjice. Policemen stop the boys one night. And their world starts to disintegrate.
“We tend to forget how fragile and vulnerable the immigrant families are. Living abroad they are cut off not only from their culture, but also from their relatives and friends. Children are often out on a limb, because their parents feel helpless just like their kids do. They are all lost in the world of rules unclear to them, and of different social norms and customs. The parents hardly know what is right, what is allowed and what not, so they cannot teach and advise their children. And so the kids are left to the street and its ‘rules’.”
The literary success “Southern scum go home!” has for one year been one of Slovenian best sold books and hit top of charts of the most borrowed books from libraries country wide. The author of the novel, Goran Vojnović, was awarded the Slovenian national award Prešeren Fund Award and Kresnik award for best novel of the year. Meanwhile the novel was published in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Poland, Czech Republic and Sweden, while in Slovenia it was turned into a hugely successful theatre performance with more than 300 repetitions.
In collaboration with the legend of Yugoslavian film Abdulah Sidran (the author of screenplays for Kustorica’s cult films Do you remember Dolly Bell and When Father Was Away on Business) Vojnović wrote the screenplay that transferred the adventures of seventeen-year-old Marko Đorđić and his friends from Fužine to the screen. In this way the story about Fužine, Marko, Adi, Aco, Dejan, their »čefur« parents, sexy Tv presenter, annoying little »čefur« girls, beaten drivers and burning dumps will finally return to its starting point, since it was initially written as a screenplay and then later on transformed into a novel by its author Goran Vojnović.
Screenplay: Goran Vojnović
Script doctor: Abdulah Sidran
Director: Goran Vojnović
Director of Photography: Radovan Čok
Composer: Anže Kacafura – Cazzafura
Editor: Janez Bricelj, Ivor Ivezić
Sound Recordist: Jože Trtnik
Sound Designer: Boštjan Kačičnik
Production Designer: Urša Loboda
Costume Designer: Zvonka Makuc
Make-up Artist: Mirjam Kavčič
Producer: Franci Zajc, Boštjan Ikovic
|Samira||Daria Lorenci Flatz|
|TV presenter||Nuša Šenk|
|Police Officer 1||Aleksandar Rajaković Sale|
|Police Officer 2||Valter Dragan|
|Customs Officer 1||Moamer Kasumović|
|Customs Officer 2||Igor Skvarica|
|Special Appearance||Radoslav Nesterović|
Goran Vojnović is a film director, writer and columnist. His first novel entitled Čefurji raus!/Southern Scum Go Home! has been sold in 17 thousand copies already. For it Goran received a prestigious Prešeren’s Fund Award and Kresnik for best novel of the year. The novel has been translated into 6 languages and was made into a hugely successful theatre performance with more than 300 repetitions.
The novel has now been turned into a for a feature film, which is going to be released in October 2013. This is Goran’s second feature film, after he wrote and directed the feature film Piran Pirano in 2010. In 2012 Goran’s second novel entitled Yugoslavia, my country, was published and this year he again received award Kresnik for the best novel of the year.
2002 Fužine Rules
2004 Season 90/91
2005 Bon Voyage, Nedime (screenwriter):
– Heart of Sarajevo – award for best short film at The Sarajevo Film Festival
– Nomination for European Film Academy Award for best European short film ;
2006 My Son, Sexual Maniac
2008 The Chinese Are Coming
– Special mention at The Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož
2010 Piran – Pirano
– Best editing, best actress and best screenplay at The Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož
– Best film and best actor at The South-East European Film Festival in Paris
– Award for intercultural dialog at The Festival in Cottbus
2013 Chefurs Raus!
Jadran film Zagreb
Filmski studio Viba film
Radio Television Slovenia
Slovenian Film Centre
• Festival of Slovenian Film, Portorož, September 2013 award »Vesna« for best supporting actress
• FilmFestival Cottbus – Festival of the East European Cinema, Germany, November 2013, competition program, award for best actor Emir Hadžihafizbegović
• Cinedays Skopje, November 2014
• SEE a Paris (South-East European Film Festival), Paris, France, 27 – 30. 4. 2014
• Award for Best Screenplay
• Prishtina International Film Festival, Kosovo, April 25 – May 2, 2014
• Award from media
• The Finále Plzeň film festival, Czech Republic, May 2014
• Raindance Film Festival, London, from 24 September to 5 October 2014
• Alexandria International Film Festival, Egypt, 10 to 16 September 2014 competition program, award for Best Director.