Režija: Blaž Slana
Trajanje: 19 min.
Film se bavi problemom pronalaženja pravog trenutka da nekome otkrijemo tajnu koja bi mogla da nas košta poverenja i ljubavi te osobe. Postoji li uopšte pravi trenutak? Da li je iskrenost uvek najbolja politika ako će ona da pokrene negativnu reakciju?
Director: Blaž Slana
Duration: 19 min
The film deals with the problem of finding the right moment to tell someone close to you a secret that might cost you his or her trust and love. Is there any such thing as the right moment? Is honesty always the best policy if it is bound to trigger a negative response?
Blaž Slana was born on 12 July 1985 in a small village in the Northeast of Slovenia close to the Austrian, Hungarian and Croatian border. He graduated from the University in Ljubljana and participated in the Erasmus exchange programme at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Prior to his latest short film, Skipping Stones, Blaž shot and directed the comedy Bad Mother, which won Best Short Film at the Grossmann Film Festival in Slovenia. This festival has hosted some of the industry’s biggest names from across the globe. Blaž also wrote and directed several other shorts including One True Religion, At the Second Sight and Not without my Madonna. Currently, Blaž works for the International Ljubljana GLBTQ Film Festival and attends many film festivals, including the Berlinale, in search of films for the festival’s program.