Kaj pa Mojca?

What about Mojca?

  • Documentary Film
  • 80’
  • 2014
  • Slovenia

The film explores the role of women in Slovenian cinema, analysing how the status of women in society is reflected in film classics. The film considers the popular as well as the less-known female characters from the history of Slovenian cinema, both heroines in the strict sense of the word, typical of many of the Yugoslav partisan films, and common clichés: the hurting mother, the adulterer, the blabbermouth. Through conversations with film actresses, female theoreticians and artists, and by analysing the most common phrases, the film attempts to pinpoint a typical Slovenian film heroine.

Director Urša Menart
Awards 1 award
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Direction

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Cinematography

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Editing

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Production design

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Make-up

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Art Cinema Network Award
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2014

Letošnja strokovna žirija, ki jo sestavljamo Petra Božič (Art kino Odeon Izola), Mateja Lapuh (Mestni kino Ptuj) in Matjaž Marinič (Mestni kino Domžale), je med osmimi celovečernimi filmi v tekmovalnem programu izbrala film, ki gledalca vabi h kritičnemu razmisleku in refleksiji o slovenskem filmu skozi reprezentativne ženske vloge. Avtorica se je dokumentarnega filma lotila s strokovno predanostjo in spoštljivim odnosom do pogosto spregledane vloge žensk. Filmodlikujeta jasna zasnova in stopnjujoč ritem, ki ga režiserka izmenično zapolnjuje s humorjem in razmišljanjem o preteklosti in hkrati o prihodnosti ženskih vlog.Verjamemo, da lahko s prikazovanjem tega filma onovno obudimo zanimanje za slovensko filmsko kinematografijo, zato nagrado podeljujemo filmu Kaj pa Mojca? režiserke Urše Menart.

Premiere
11.09.2014, Festival slovenskega filma, Portorož, Slovenia
Alternative title
What about Mojca? (english)
Production countries
Slovenia
Languages
slovenian
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,85:1
Duration and length
80 minutes
Colour
Colour
Sound
stereo
Screening formats
digital DCP

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