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DA2 FILM FESTIVAL

2022

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Lene Borch Hansen

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Ivan Marušić Klif

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Maroje Mrduljaš

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O pobjedničkom filmu trećeg izdanja DA2 Film Festivala odlučuje međunarodni žiri u sastavu: Lene Borch Hensen (danska redateljica), Ivan Marušić Klif (medijski umjetnik) i Maroje Mrduljaš (arhitekt i autor). 

 

 

Službena nagrada DA2 – Zagreb Design, Art & Architecture Film Festivala, Nagrada ISKRA za najinspirativniji film po ocjeni žirija dodjeljuje se s ciljem poticanja proizvodnje filmova koji tematiziraju dizajn, arhitekturu i umjetnost, razvoja kreativnog stvaralaštva te promocije hrvatske umjetnosti u svijetu. Nagradu ISKRA osigurava Erste banka koja dugoročno podržava umjetnost i kulturu.

 

The winning film of DA2 Film Festival’s third edition will be chosen by its International Jury members: Lene Borch Hensen (Danish freelance director), Ivan Marušić Klif (experimental auteurs) i Maroje Mrduljaš (architect and author).

 

The official prize of DA2 – Zagreb Design, Art & Architecture Film Festival, is the SPARK Award for the most inspiring film according to the Jury votes. The Award is handed out with the aim of supporting production of films about design, architecture and arts, but also to encourage creativity as well as to promote Croatian art internationally. The SPARK Award is brought forward by the support of Erste Bank, know for its persistence in supporting art and culture, through many initiatives.

ŽIRI O NAGRADI ISKRA

Žiri nagrađuje Gradeći Bastilju nagradom ISKRA za najinspirativniji film. Film otkriva intrigantnu priču Carlosa Otta, tada gotovo nepoznatog kanadskog arhitekta, koji je pobijedio na prestižnom međunarodnom natječaju za izgradnju pariške opere Bastilja, uvrštene među u Mitterandove “Grand Travaux” projekte koji su promijenili lice Pariza tijekom 1980-ih. Ovaj uzbudljiv film djeluje gotovo kao politički triler, objašnjavajući zamršene i često sukobljene vizije o mjestu kulture  najviše simboličke vrijednosti. Inteligentna naracija kombinira  više dobro iznesenih intervjua, uključujući one sa samim arhitektom i bogatu arhivsku građu.

JURY ABOUT THE SPARK AWARD

 

The Jury awards Building Bastille the Spark Award for the most inspiring film. The film reveals the intriguing story of Carlos Ott, then almost unknown Canadian architect who won a prestigious international competition for the Opera Bastille in Paris, one of Mitterand's Grands Travaux which changed the face of Paris in 1980s. The exciting film functions almost as a political thriller, explaining complicated and often conflicting visions about the cultural venue of the highest symbolical importance. Intelligent narrative combines well-laid-out interviews, including the architect himself, and rich archival footage.

ŽIRI O POSEBNOM PRIZNANJU:

Posebno priznaje žirija dodjeljuje za dva filmska naslova koji se bave izvanrednim ženama

 

Film o finskoj dizajnerici Maiji Isoli temelji se na njezinim dnevnicima te je naracija građena iz osobne perspektive protagonistice. Film temeljito ocrtava Isolin fascinantan, nomadski i ponekad težak život, isprepleten s njenim kreativnim postignućima. Upotreba ilustrativne grafike dobro je povezana s temom te pomaže gledatelju u boljem razumijevanju maštovitih dezena po kojima je Isola najpoznatija. Ovo je priča nemirnih Isolinih putanja, nelinearnih kretanja koji povezuju različite kulture, periode i pojedince. 

 

 

Film o Mary Quant je zabavna i vizualno atraktivno ispričana priča o podcijenjenoj autorici koja je stvarala dostupnu i progresivnu modu za svakoga. Priča o uspjehu Quant je ujedno i priča  o oslobođenju pa čak i emancipacijskoj snazi mode. Povišeni ritam filma sukladan je s dinamikom vremena i okruženja u kojem je Quant živjela i djelovala, dok je bogata upotreba arhivskog materijala korištena u dojmljivoj maniri.

THE JURY ABOUT SPECIAL MENTION:

The Jury Special Mention is awarded to two films each featuring two extraordinary women. 

 

The film about Finnish designer and artist Maija Isola is based on her diaries and its narrative evolves from her personal perspective. Films closely depict Isola's fascinating, nomadic and sometimes troubled life interwoven with her creative achievements. Use of illustrative graphics in the film is well connected with the topic and helps the audience to better understand the imaginative patterns for which Isola is best known. A story about the restless Isola charts the nonlinear trajectory which connects different cultures, periods and personalities. 

The film featuring Mary Quant is a fun and visually well-told story about an underappreciated woman author creating accessible and forward-looking fashion for all. Story about Quant's success is also a story about the liberating and even emancipatory power of fashion. The higher-paced rhythm of the film corresponds with the dynamic time and environment in which Quant was living and working, while the extensive archive material was used in a compelling manner.

Lene Borch Hensen je danska redateljica. Radi na televiziji i na filmu trideset godina. Posljednjih 15 godina radi za Nordisk Film Production, najstariju aktivnu produkcijsku kuću. Specijalizirala se za produkciju povijesnih dokumentarca o svjetski poznatim Dancima koji su bili prikazani diljem svijeta. Između ostaloga filmovi poput The Royal Jewels u kojem članovi europskih kraljevskih obitelji govore o evropskm i ruskim draguljarnicama, Go to Hell with your Money o slikaru Asgeru Jornu, The Great Enchanter o istraživaču Sjevernog pola Knudu Rasmussenu i The Man and The Architect o Jørnu Utzonu koji je projektirao sydneysku operu. Svi su filmovi prikazani u udarnim terminima na danskoj nacionalnoj televiziji, a mnogi su nagrađivani međunarodno. Prošle godine film The Man and The Architect je nagrađen nagradom ISKRA za najinspirativniji film na DA2 - Zagreb Design, Art & Architecture Film Festival.

Lene Borch Hansen is a Danish freelance director. She has worked in television and film for three decades.

Over the past 15 years she has been associated with Nordisk Film Production, the oldest still functioning film company in the world. She has specialized in producing international historical documentaries about world famous Danes, which have been broadcast throughout the world. Among the titles are The Royal Jewels about European and Russian jewellery told by members of the European royal families,

Go to Hell with your Money about painter Asger Jorn ,The Great Enchanter about polar explorer Knud Rasmussen and The Man & The Architect about Jørn Utzon, who designed the Sydney Opera House.

All the films have been broadcast primetime on Danish national television and abroad, many have won international awards. Last year The Man and The Architect was awarded the Spark Award for Best film at DA2 in Zagreb.

Ivan Marušić Klif djeluje na hrvatskoj sceni medijske umjetnosti kao jedan od istaknutih autora eksperimentalnog smjera. Diplomirao je 1994. na Visokoj školi za oblikovanje zvuka u Amsterdamu (School of Audio Engineering, Amsterdam). Bavi se izradom kinetičkih, svjetlosnih i video instalacija, te povremeno performansom. Sa glazbom i zvukom radi u sklopu vlastitih projekata, te kazališnih, filmskih, televizijskih i glazbenih suradnji. Izlagao je i nastupao u Europi, Aziji i SAD. Dobitnik je nagrade “Excellence in performance design” na Praškom kvadrijenalu 2019; nagrade Vladimir Nazor za najbolju izložbu u 2012; nagrade publike na T- HTnagrada@msu.hr 2012. i 2007; te nagrade 26. Salona mladih 2001. S kolektivom predstave “Ljubavni slučaj Fahrije P.” dobio je nagradu za najbolje audiovizualno umjetničko ostvarenje na Marulovim danima 2018. godine. Direktor je festivala Vector Hack 2018. i 2020. godine.


Since graduating in 1994 from Amsterdam’s School of Audio Engineering, Ivan Marušić Klif has become one of the most prominent experimental auteurs of the Croatian media art scene. He primarily creates kinetic, light and video installations and occasionally performances. He incorporates music and sound in his own work, and collaborates in theater, film, television and musical projects. He has exhibited and performed in Europe, Asia and the US. His accolades include the Excellence in Performance Design at the 2019 Prague Quadrennial; Vladimir Nazor awards for the best exhibition in 2012; audience awards at T-HTnagrada@msu.hr in 2007 and 2012; and awards at the 26th Salona Mladih (2001). He was part the collective that won Best Audiovisual Artistic Achievement at the Marulovi Days in 2018 for the play "The Love Case of Fahrije P." He was director of the Vector Hack festival in 2018 and 2020.

Maroje Mrduljaš diplomirao je i doktorirao na Arhitektonskom fakultetu u Zagrebu. Autor je (u raznim suradnjama) više knjiga, između ostalih Fiume Fantastika: Phenomena of the City, Tadao Ando: Transcending Oppositions i Modernism-in-Between: Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia. Objavljuje u vodećim internacionalnim časopisima kao što su Comparative Southeast European Studies, Vesper, Archithese, A+U i drugima. Predavao je i bio gost-kritičar na brojnim institucijama uključujući ETH Zurich, AA London, RIBA London, KIT Karlsruhe, A ZW Wien, i COAC Barcelona. Bio je kustos ili ko-kustos brojnih izložbi kao što su Towards Concrete Utopia (MoMA NY, 2018.), Lifting the Curtain (Biennale arhitekture u Veneciji 2014), Unfinished Modernisations (UGM, 2012.), Balkanology(SAM, Basel, 2008) i drugih. Koautor je dvije sezone dokumentarne serije Betonski spavači. Nezavisni je ekspert Mies van der Rohe nagrade za arhitekturu EU i Europske nagrade za urbani javni prostor. Glavni je urednik časopisa za arhitekturu i kulturu Oris. Predaje na Arhitektonskom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Dobitnik je niza priznanja i nagrada.

Maroje Mrduljaš graduated and received his doctorate from the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb. He is the author (in various collaborations) of several books, among others Fiume Fantastika: Phenomena of the City, Tadao Ando: Transcending Oppositions and Modernism-in-Between: Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia. He publishes in leading international journals such as Comparative Southeast European Studies, Vesper, Archithese, A+U and others. He has lectured and been a guest critic at numerous institutions including ETH Zurich, AA London, RIBA London, KIT Karlsruhe, A ZW Wien, and COAC Barcelona. He has been the curator or co-curator of numerous exhibitions such as Towards Concrete Utopia (MoMA NY, 2018), Lifting the Curtain (Venice Architecture Biennale 2014), Unfinished Modernisations (UGM, 2012), Balkanology (SAM, Basel, 2008) and others. He is the co-author of two seasons of the documentary series Concrete Sleepers. He is an independent expert of the Mies van der Rohe Award for EU Architecture and the European Award for Urban Public Space. He is the editor-in-chief of the magazine for architecture and culture Oris. He teaches at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Zagreb. He is the recipient of  many prestigious awards.