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Autofocus is a short documentary film about the church of Saint Nicolas that dates from the 12th century and is visited by numerous tourists. It is located on a picturesque hill with a pine tree growing nearby. The camera witnesses a transformation of the site into a sort of special stage where unusual events occur and tourists become actors in a play.
A romantic drama about a young couple who is, more or less successfully, coping with the imposed clichés about modern married life and the frames the society puts it in. Director's biography: Sara Hribar (Zagreb, 1986) started studying Film and TV Directing at the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art in 2005. She writes, produces and directs medium-length feature films, awarded in Croatia and abroad: Let Me Sleep (2007, shown at 30 festivals and received 15 awards, awarded Golden Pram for Best film from Checkers program at Zagreb Film (Festival), Tell Me about Love (2008), Libertango (2009), That Little Hand of Yours (2010), In a Winter Night (2012).
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