SPARKLE IN A DEAD END
Through storytelling, the author remembers her first encounter with theater, which was uncomfortable for her. As we listen to her, we arrive at her birth place, a desolate village. This time, the encounter isn’t awkward. As a film student, she is organizing a theater day in her village, with the desire to provide the necessary education to the other children (and her younger self) and to encourage them. By finding a light prism, the movie ends with the realization that what was once a source of trauma is now an inspiration.
About the author
Irena Antin (2000, Lukicevo near Zrenjanin) She was primarily interested only in theater, but her interests expanded on to film. She volunteers at countless festivals. She currently lives in Novi Sad, where she is studying multimedia/directing. She enjoys riding her bike through Futoska and reading second hand books.
Sparkle in a dead end (doc.)
Director: Irena Antin
Production: Slobodna zona Junior (Fond B92)
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