Bobo / Bobo
Andrej RehakCroatia / 2018 / 13' 40''
Saturday, 09. 06.,
Europa Cinema, 13:00 h
This is a story about tiny Bobo, the smallest boy in the world. All the little girls and all the little boys were bigger than tiny Bobo. Whenever the children would line up by height, tiny Bobo would be at the end. This made him very unhappy. Playful kids had to be very careful not to step on him, because tiny Bobo was hardly bigger than the ball. To him, grown-ups looked like fairy-tale giants, and old crows in the park like frightening black dragons. Bobo was so small that his parents made a special entrance in the door just for him, like the one belonging to the neighbour’s fat cat – she was as scary as a tiger. Bobo’s greatest wish was not to be the smallest anymore, but the biggest little boy in the world.
Andrej Rehak graduated from the MIOC high school (School of Mathematics and Informatics) in Zagreb and studied piano at the Pavao Markovac Music School. He graduated in Sculpture from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Under the guidance of Dušan Vukotić, he finished the school of classic animation at Zagreb Film. He has made comics, picture books, sets for media events, TV shows, concerts, and operas, as well as festival trailers, animated commercials, music videos, design, web-design, and multimedia projects. Currently, he is making animated films and looking for patterns in movements and shapes. He publishes texts about the physics of space and time for science archives online.
Ustanova Zagreb film
categoriesCroatian Film Competition 1