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FOUNTAIN

Genre: Short Film
Duration: 15 min
Year: 2017
Screenplay: Goran Vojnović
Director: Goran Vojnović
Cast: Francesco Borchi, Bojan Emeršič, Moamer Kasumović, Jernej Šugman
Links: www.film-center.si
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STORY

A couple of awkwardly dressed strangers unexpectedly walk into an outback pub where regular customers and waiters are awaiting for another long day to come to an end. It turns out the men are coming from Paris to see the pub’s toilet where there is supposed to be a famous Fountain created by Marcel Duchamp, one of the most important world’s work of art.

In 2017 it is going to be 100 years since Marcel Duchamp has exhibited his renowned work of art Fountain, which actually was nothing else but a urinal. The original piece is believed to be lost, but its replicas have been subjects of many affairs –namely at exhibitions visitors would urinate into the displayed copies in order to disgracefully show what was the fountain’s original purpose. The Fountain has changed the world of art, although the original is believed to be lost. At its centenary we can ask ourselves: What if somebody has returned the fountain to the toilet? Is it still a work of art?

GALERIJA

CREW

Screenplay: Goran Vojnović
Director: Goran Vojnović
Director of Photography: Marko Brdar
Editor: Ivor Ivezić
Sound Recordist: Boštjan Kačičnik
Sound Designer: Boštjan Kačičnik
Production Designer: Marco Juratovec
Costume Designer: Jelena Proković
Make-up Artist: Anja Borchi
Producer: Boštjan Ikovic

CAST

Pippo Francesco Borchi
Zlatko Bojan Emeršič
Edin Moamer Kasumović
Jože Jernej Šugman

 

GORAN VOJNOVIĆ

Goran Vojnović is a film director and writer, born in Ljubljana in 1980. He graduated from University of Ljubljnana in film and TV directing. His first novel entitled Čefurji raus!/ Southern Scum Go Home! Received a prestigious Prešeren’s Fund Award and Kresnik for best novel of the year. The novel was made into a hugely successful theatre performance and in 2013 into a feature film, directed by Vojnović. This was Vojnović’s second feature film, after he wrote and directed the feature Piran Pirano in 2010, and previously directed a number of short films. 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. Vojnović published his third novel, Figa/ The Fig in 2016.

SHORT FILMOGRAPHY AND AWARDS

Fužine Rules, short film, 2002
Season 90/91, short film 2004 Bon Voyage, Nedime (screenwriter), short film 2005
– The Sarajevo Heart – award for best short film at the Sarajevo Film Festiva
– nomination for European Film Academy Award for best European short film My Son, Sexual Maniac, short film 2006
The Chinese Are Coming, short film 2008
– special mention at the Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož Piran – Pirano feature film 2010
– 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 Chefurs Raus! feature film 2013 – best supporting role Award Vesna at the Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož
– best Actor award at the festival in Cottbus
– best director award at the festival in Alexandria
– best screenplay award at the South-East European Film Festival in Paris
– Media Award at the Pristina Film Festival
– 2 golden Roles for 50.000 audience in Slovenian theatres
City Lights, short film 2015 (screenwriter)

CO-PRODUCERS

MB grip
Iridium Film
Zvokarna

TEHNICAL SERVICES

Viba Film Studio

CO-FUNDING

Slovenian Film Centre

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Format: DCP, 1:1,85; 24/fps; colour
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