Film
2011 / 87'

KINOBALON NA MESTU ŽENSK

Šamponiranje krave, igranje z mucki, hranjenje kokoši, skrb za jelene, zaščita ovac pred volkovi, košnja trave, rokoborba, dirka s kolesi, petje, igranje harmonike, izdelava piškotov, folklorni ples – vse to počne petdeset otrok, ki živijo na gorskih kmetijah v osrčju Švice pri gori Napf. V šolo hodijo v 3,5 km oddaljeno vas Romoos, včasih čez rožnate travnike, drugič skozi globok sneg. Naučiti se morajo živeti v muhastih vremenskih pogojih in se izogniti nevihtnim strelam. Otroci se od očetov učijo tudi starodavne obrti kurjenja oglja, ki gorskim vasem prinaša dodatni zaslužek. V filmu se sprehodimo od ene kmetije do druge in skozi otroške oči izkusimo, kaj pomeni, če se iznenada pojavi volk ali pa planinski orel, ki odnese kokoš. Alice Schmid je s kamero med otroki živela natanko leto dni in uspelo ji je portretirati pravi švicarski »divji zahod«. (Petra Slatinšek)

Režija, zvok in produkcija: Alice Schmid; Montaža: Caterina Mona; Nastopajoči: Otroci z gore Napf.

Projekcijama bo sledil pogovor z režiserko Alice Schmid ter Caroline in Julio Vogel, ki sta nastopili v filmu. Pogovor z ustvarjalko ter nastopajočima, ki ga bo vodila Petra Slatinšek, vodja programa Kinobalon, bo potekal v nemškem, angleškem in slovenskem jeziku.

Organizacija: Kinodvor – Kinobalon; V sodelovanju: Mesto žensk.

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Film
2011 / 87'

KINOBALON AT CITY OF WOMEN

Cow shampooing, playing with kittens, hen feeding, caring for deer, protecting sheep against wolves, grass cutting, wrestling, a bicycle race, singing, accordion playing, making cookies, folklore dancing – all of this is done by fifty children who live on the mountain farms in the heart of Switzerland on Mount Napf. They walk to school, 3.5 kilometres to the village of Romoos, sometimes through the blossoming pastures and other times plodding through deep snow. They have to learn to live in nasty weather conditions and to avoid thunderbolts. In addition, children learn from their fathers the ancient craft of charcoal burning which brings alpine villages some extra money. In the film, we walk from farm to farm and experience through the children eyes what it's like when a wolf suddenly turns up or a mountain hawk gets a chicken. Alice Schmid spent 365 days with her camera among the children and produced a powerful portrait of the Swiss “Wild West”. (Petra Slatinšek)

Direction, sound and production: Alice Schmid; Editing: Caterina Mona; Cast: Children from the Napf

Organisation: Kinodvor – Kinobalon; In collaboration with: City of Women; Supported by: Embassy of Switzerland, Demiurg.

The premiere will be followed by a discussion with the director Alice Schmid as well as Caroline and Julia Vogel who appeared in the film. The discussion with the director and performers will be in German, English and Slovene. It will be moderated by Petra Slatinšek, director of Kinobalon programme.

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