Zlatkine žute minute / Minutes
Krešimir ZimonićCroatia / 2013 / 15' 0''
Wednesday, 04. 06.,
Cineplexx Centar Kaptol, Hall 3, 15:30 h
Saturday, 07. 06.,
Europa Cinema, 15:30 h
An attempt at escaping the dreary daily routine results in wondrous imaginary journeys through space and time. Zlatka is following a dream and young girl’s illusions of her own, and when she arrives to the end of this road (the end of the world), Zlatka tries to cross this boundary, but succeeds only partially. Her imaginary journey is continued by the character of Anima, a fairylike butterfly creature who knows no limits or boundaries. The world she travels is colourful but empty, two-dimensional and frozen in a moment in time.
Krešimir Zimonić (1956) has been publishing illustrations and comics continuously since the mid-1970s and in 1979 he became professionally active in animation. He was an art producer with Zagreb film, graphic editor at Modra lasta, teacher at the Department of Animation and New Media of the Academy of Fine Arts and in 2007 he became the art director at the World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb. His films include Eye (2006), Wait for Me (1992), Greetings from Croatia (1991), Circle (1989), Butterflies (1988), The Game (1987) and Album (1983).
Ustanova Zagreb film