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Béla Tarr workshop participants begin filming shorts

The making of short films within the two-week master workshop of the famous Hungarian director Béla Tarr, taking place as part of the 16th Split Film Festival, began in Split. Last week the workshop participants took the advice from their world-famous mentor, chose locations, gathered their cast and finished scripts for short films on the subject of Fish.

Ivica Mušan from Split, a BA holder from Split Art Academy and Split and Croatian National Theatre (Split) associate, chose the cult Split street Radunica and the fishmonger's as his locations. His project is a family drama revolving around the relationship between the father, a fisherman, his son and his daughter-in-law. The filming in Radunica was a place of gathering for actors, cameramen, media representatives, festival organisers and directors. The short film stars Ana Gruica, Slavko Sobin and Milutin Vujasinović, the cinematographer is Tonći Gaćina and assistant coordinator Marijan Baković.

In addition to Ivica Mušan, Béla Tarr's master workshop is attended by Andres Andreani from Paris, Attila Antal from Subotica, Susana Briga from Madrid, Martina Bilan from Dicmo, Sunčica Fradelić from Split and Patrick Topitschnig from Neustadt.

The films made by the workshop participants will be screened at the 16th Split Film Festival, 10-17 September 2011.

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