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The Bridge at the End of the World

Original Title (If different): 
Most na kraju svijeta
Other languages or subtitles: 
Production country: 
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Running time (In minutes): 
Fiction Features
Student film: 
Production year: 
January, 2015
Film Credits
About the Director: 

Branko Istvancic was born in 1967 in Subotica (Croatian minority in Serbia). He was graduated film and TV direction in 1999 at Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb (Croatia). Making his first, documentary films on 8 mm camera at 15 with his first Hungarian film teacher Zoltan Siflis from Subotica, he has continuously been involved with documentary films and has received Croatian as well as international rewards for his work - The Grand Prix at Croatian Short and Documentary Film Festival, "Oktavijan" and "Zlatna Uljanica" Golden Oil-lamp award being among them. His student short fiction Saying Goodbye / Rastanak was included in the New Direction program of The First Film Foundation in London, a selection of six outstanding films by promising European directors. Deeply enrooted in the Croatian documentary tradition, he pays special attention to the humane, but also humoristic, treatment of his subjects. His successfully film, Wellman / Bunarman (2003), continues this tradition, and elevates the simple story about a well digger to a level of the universal metaphor, but without the pretentious nature of many Croatian documentaries. The critics consider his film The Cormorant Scarecrow / Plasitelj Kormorana (1998) to be one of the best Croatian documentaries of the nineties. His debut The Ghost in the Swamp / Duh u mocvari was a domestic box-office hit and has been chosen to mark the comeback of feature-length films for children which have not been made by the Croatian film industry for the last twenty years. 

Film director: 
Branko Istvancic
Irena Skoric
Josip Mlakic
Veljko Segaric
Film photographer: 
Branko Cahun
ivica Drnic
Dalibor Grubacevic
Art Director: 
Zvonko saric
Felicita Glavas
Cast 1: 
Aleksandar Bogdanovic
Cast 2: 
Sanja Radisic
Cast 3: 
Boro Stjepanovic
Cast 4: 
Slaven Knezovic
Cast 5: 
Jelena Percin
Film synopsis: 
<p>When the Croatian War of Independence ended, some villages of Bosnian Croats have been destroyed, and the refugees were re-housed in the homes of Croatian Serbs who had left Croatia. Now however, the Serbian owners are returning, and the Croatian residents face an uncertain future. Anger and hostility arise. Intolerance towards the returning Serbs lurks around every corner and they are welcomed with gunfire from AK-47s. Somewhere in this atmosphere of terror, an old man called Jozo, a Bosnian Croat, disappears without a trace. The police officer Filip, who also lives in a Serbian house, is entrusted with the case. Everyone believes that a returning Serb has murdered Jozo, but Filip launches a detailed investigation, determined to be unbiased and fair, even though he has his own ghosts from the past to deal with.&nbsp;</p>
Budget Range: 
Over $1 Million
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Original Film Format: 
Digital - other
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Publicity contact: 
Artizana film
publicity address: 
<p>Artizana film, Ulica grada Vukovara 222, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia</p> <p>Phone: +385 98 9420845</p> <p>E-mail:</p>
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