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Hills Village 21000 Split

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  • 2012
  • 61'
  • video
  • color
  • Orig. Title: Brda 21000 Split

Hills Village 21000, a neighbourhood in the Dalmatian city of Split, is an unusual place, and so are the people who live there. In this film, we encounter a dentist and writer; a tired ex-boxer who had a career in Germany, a hardcore punk band called Pas Maters, whose charismatic front man and lead singer mysteriously disappeared; an old soccer fan whose last name is Hajduk; an ex-hooligan diligently studying at night school; and many others. This film is a complex portrait of a noteworthy neighbourhood and its even more noteworthy inhabitants, whose shared religion is the legendary Hajduk Split soccer team.

Silvio Mirošničenko
Željko Barešić
Raul Brzić
Silvio Mirošničenko
Pere Ištvančić
Irena Škorić
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Silvio Mirošničenko (1972) was born in Bad Schussenried (Germany) and studied social work in Zagreb. He holds a degree in film and tv editing and also in dramaturgy from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. Mirošničenko has directed many documentary films dealing with burning social issues, either for independent production companies or for Croatia’s national broadcaster Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT). His documentaries have been shown and awarded at the most important Croatian and international film festivals. He represented Croatia at the Prix Europa International Broadcasting Festival in Berlin three times (Dreams from the Railway Station in 2002, The Barge Keeper in 2003, and Edo Maajka – Love Song About Storks in 2008).

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