Happy, happy baby - Merlinka festival

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Merlinka festival

Happy, happy baby

Nedelja, 10. decembar 2017. Maraton kratkog filma 13:00-00:00

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Srećna, srećna beba
Režija:
Jan Soldat
Nemačka, 2017.
20 min.

Kratki film o čežnji da se ponovo bude mali. Maženje, igranje, cuclanje i priče za laku noć. Ne kao fetiš, već kao način života.

Jan Soldat snima kratke filmove od 2006. godine. Njegov dokumentarac „Geliebt“ o zoofilnom, emotivnom i ljubavnom odnosu između čoveka i psa bio je u takmičarskoj konkurenciji na Berinalu 2010. godine. Dve godine kasnije na istom festivalu predstavio je svoj film „Crazy Dennis Tiger“. Kratki dokumentarac „Law and order“ o dvojici starijih sadomazohista takođe je prikazan na ovom festival. Njegov diplomski film “Der Unfertige“ osvojio je nagradu za najbolji kratki film na filmskom festival u Rimu.

Happy, happy baby
Director:
Jan Soldat
Germany, 2017
20 min

A short film about the longing of being small again. Cuddling, playing, getting the bottle and good night stories. No fetish, but a way of life.

Jan Soldat has been making short films at Chemnitzer Filmwerkstatt since 2006. His documentary „Geliebt“ about Zoophilia, sexual and emotional relationships between men and dogs, participated on the short film competition of the Berlinale in 2010. Two years later he took part again with his Coming-Of-Age short fiction „Crazy Dennis Tiger“ in the Youth Program of the Berlinale, the Generation 14plus. In 2012 his documentary short „Law and order“, about two elderly men and their sadomasochistic fetishes, was screened in the Panorama section of the Berlinale. His film school graduation „Der Unfertige“ won the CineMAXXI Award for best short film at the 8th Rome Film Festival. During „The Sixth Season“ and „The Visit“ were screened at the 44th Int. Film Festival Rotterdam 2015, „ Prison System 4614“ his first longer documentary was screened at the 65th Berlinale Panorama in 2015.