A former army paratrooper starts working in the police and almost immediately is forced to fight a dangerous criminal.
A 2012 short-film, text by Theodore J. Kaczynski, made of scans of a document from an FBI Laboratory, about the danger of experiments with accelerated particles.
After the fall of the Berlin wall, much changed in Yugoslavia, that is now ex-Yugoslavia; a post industrial, post modern, post national, post colonial, post structural society, that can be perhaps summarized in the concept of post socialism? The disintegration of the concept of ideology means that notions are no longer clear. Because we think that we are outside an ideological context, but perhaps we ourselves are the centre of the ideology. It is this idea that corresponds with the thoughts about post socialism in the nineties, and probably the post ideological society of late capitalism as well. The end of the ideological period then perhaps seems imminent. These thoughts are considered in this philosophical media reflection, based on documentary fragments, statements by Peter Weibel and Slavoj Zizek and the works of three artists: Mladen Stilinovic (Zagreb), "Kasimir Malevich" (pseudonym, Belgrade) and IRWIN (Ljubljana).
Following on from Bill Morrison's feature Dawson City: Frozen Tim, a short film, Dawson City: Postscript (10 min, 2017) details the journey this collection took after it left Dawson City.
Made for ten thousand dollars over 5 years this film shows both the signs of lack or resources and inventiveness in attempting to overcome the low budget. The script is largely made up of nursery rhymes used as and a kindergarten teacher. The episodic narrative mixes staged with actuality footage. It won two major awards in 1969.
A young man is forced to spend a few days with his father in law...