(In)visible / (Ne)vidni

country, year
Slovenia, 2020

genre
short documentary

running time
16′

directed by
Anže Grčar

languages
Slovenian, English, Farsi

subtitles
Slovenian

about the film
Under the wing of Ambasada Rog, a group of refugees and volunteers meet on a daily basis. Some of them haven’t even heard of Slovenia and now they are forced to grapple with problems that they never thought they’ll encounter. Time passes, problems remain and future seems uncertain, but at least good friends can make it easier to live.

about the author
Anže Grčar was born on 19th of October 1997 in Trbovlje. He finished primary school in Ljubljana and then continued his studies in Gymansium Litija. While studying there, he joined a theatre group Teater 16 as an actor and participated as an organizer of school events. Since 2018, he’s studying film and television directing at AGRFT

festivals and awards
Pula film festival (world premiere)
24th Festival of Slovenian Film (2021 – competiton) AWARD: Vesna for best student film
Film festival SHOTS (2021, competition)
International Documentary Film Festival DOKUDOC (competition)
17th International Film Festival Kino Otok – Isola Cinema (2021, competition)
Primorski poletni festival (special screening)
Film in Maribor – Filmske nedelje v lutkovnem (special screening)

filmography
Mother (2018) – short film; director and writer
Dog Days (2019) – short student film; director and writer
(In)visibles (2020); short documentary film; director and writer