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Venetian Connection – Making of from VŠU / Famul Stuart on Vimeo.

My role:
– mentor of editing
– postproduction of the videos
– making a final DVD

Film Festival Motovun
Museum of Slovenian Actors
European film week in Nova Gorica
Kino Dvor Mestni Kino

On one of the Venetian lagoon islands the Finotello familly is producing vegetables to deliver to fellow citizens, Elisabetta belongs to the third generation of flower sellers on the famous San Michele island cemetary; Moudu is a Nigerian immigrant who confides some tricks of the bag-selling trade to the film-makers, while Riccardo Bonini thought he knows everything about being a fireman before he came to work in Venice. We also meet two tree doctors and last but not least a gondolier, who wanted to break free from the family tradition but the calling tempted him back to Venice.

The omnibus Venetian Connection was made in the frame of the HiLoVv – Hidden Live(r)s of Venice educational project, which has been supported by the European Union in the form of a Lifelong Learning – Intensive Programmes grant. The leading partner of the project is University of Nova Gorica School of Arts.
After two months of research-based script development about the “Hidden Live(r)s of Venice”, on November 21 2011 students from three universities and several countries met in the floating city to produce 6 short documentaries about Venice, its interesting professions and personalities…, all under the mentorship of the renowned film director, professor Rajko Grlić.

Film Angelina (by Valérie Wolf Gang & MarijaLaura) was awarded for best short film in the TRADITIONS CATEGORY at Erasmus Film Festival (participation from students of all European countries).

Participants / Udeleženci
Aleš Bajec, Isabella Bubola, Jaša Bukovec, Maximilian Conway, Nika Gvozden
John Mounir Hanna, Nisa Hrvatin, Hana Kovačič, Kalle Köbler, Liberta Mišan, Iva Musović, Marija Laura Potočnik, Anja Perše, Mathias Prosekar, Lola Seibt, Jan Serini, Mia Vučemilović, Valerija Zabret, Jaka Žilavec

Leading mentor: Rajko Grlić
Neda R. Bric, Brigitte Kovacs, Dalibor Martinis, Nadija Mustapić, Boštjan Potokar, Urša Bonelli Potokar, Peter Purg, Nicole Pruckermayr, Rene Rusjan, Tina Smrekar, Fedor Vučemilović

Produced by:
Visoka šola za umetnost | School of Arts
Univerza v Novi Gorici | University of Nova Gorica
Akademija primijenjenih umjetnosti Sveučilišta u Rijeci
Technische Universität Graz
International Accademy of Environmental Sciences

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Project by Neda R. Bric

My role:
– launching the video through a one-hour performance at 15 meter canvas
– scenography set up

Plays since 2005:
Alexandria Library – Planetarium Theatre – Egypt
Luka Koper – SEAS Festival
Cankarjev Dom
Slovensko narodno gledališče Nova Gorica
Slovensko mladinsko gledališče

Radio Robin
Rtv Slovenija
Primorske novice
Slo Media
Misli slovensko
Zame Tv
Si Gledal

„Aleksandrinke“ (Alexandrines, women from Alexandria) is an expression used for Slovenian women (mostly from the coastal region and around Trieste, Gorizia, the Karst … ), who, at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th, left for Egypt to work there as wet nurses, governesses, house-maids, cooks, etc., in order to maintain themselves and their families at home. After the First World War and especially under the fascist rule, poverty in Primorska was so severe that many families went bankrupt, men had no work, taxes were devastating – but the women who went to Egypt, especially Alexandria, rich and blooming at that time, easily got work. »Les Goriciennes, les Slaves, les Slovènes«, as they called them, were known as the best labour force.”

Project by Neda R. Bric
Text: Draga Potočnjak
Letters: Felicita Peric
Cast: Neda R. Bric, Daša Doberšek, Jadranka Tomažič, Urška Bradaškja, Vesna Zornik
Dramaturgy: Barbara Skubic
Music: Mitja Vrhovnik Smrekar
Set design: Rene Rusjan, Boštjan Potokar
Video: Jasna Hribernik
Choreography: Ivan Peternelj
Digital applications: Istok Jan Simončič
Costume design: Nataša Recer, Elena Fajt
Light design: TEAM
Song: Boštjan Narat
Language consultant: Mateja Dermelj
Poster and programme designed by: Rene Rusjan

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