Puš Bura / Wind of change

Puš Bura: Kakšno se vam zdi življenje v Ilirski Bistrici 1996 – 2011?

Puš Bura je ponovitev zamisli iz podobnega filma, ki ga je Produkcija Sokolski Dom posnela v letih po slovenski osamosvojitvi. V stilu vizualnega antropologa Jean Roucha se je, tako leta 1996 kot leta 2011, na ulicah mesta spraševalo domačine in druge mimoidoče ljudi, kaj menijo o življenju v Ilirski Bistrici. Filmski kolaž dveh različnih obdobij je narejen kot eksperiment, kjer se film z istimi vprašanji in podobnimi odgovori ponovno pokaže gledalcu. V obeh obdobjih se srečamo s podobnimi tegobami, pričakovanji ter željami, ki so podobne tudi drugim mestom na periferiji vedno bolj centralizirane Slovenije. Med sprehodom po mestu je kamera zabeležila marsikaj, kar na prvi pogled hitro spregledamo. Šele skrbni pregled gradiva odkrije, da je vizualno gradivo lahko bogatejše in zanimivejše od pisane besede.

Wind of change: What do you think about life in Ilirska Bistrica (Slovenia) 1996–2011?

Push bura is a repetition of a similar film, made in 1996 by Sokolski dom Production in the first years after Slovenia’s independence. In the style of visual anthropologist Jean Rouch we were asking the local people and other passers-by on the streets how they feel about life in their town Ilirska Bistrica. This film collage from two different periods, 1996 and the year 2011 is made as an experiment where film with the same answers and similar answers is again shown to the viewer after 15 years. In both periods we meet with similar problems, expectations and desires, similar to other small cities in Slovene periphery. During the walk through the town the camera is registering what can quickly be overlooked at first sight. Only after careful examination of the footage we find this visual material to be more interesting and richer than written word.

Festivali / Festivals

  • Days of Ethnographic Film Ljubljana (SI, 2012), Jamnarkult Motavun (SI, 2012).

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