The Last Days of VHS / Trajna posudba
David Kapac, Croatia, 2009.
Directed by: David Kapac
Script: David Kapac, Andrija Mardešić
Producer: Saša Bijelić
Production company: Akademija dramske umjetnosti, Zagreb
Cinematography: Sven Mihaljević
Editing: Maida Srabović
Cast: Filip Juričić, Goran Bogdan, Lana Gojak, Ozren Grabarić
Format: video
Running time: 23'

The last day of a neighborhood video shop. While Fićo, its owner, is doing his best to make this day as quiet and painless as possible, his friends Gogo and Ozren are doing all they can to prevent this from happening. In the course of the day Fićo will realize that some things are hard to say goodbye to, no matter how hard you try.

Croatia Film Days

Directors Biography
David Kapac was born in Zagreb in 1986. In 2005 he enrolled into the undergraduate study of Film and TV Directing at the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts in. During his studies he worked as a director and scriptwriter in many feature, documentary, and television student projects and a number of times as an assistant director, and worked on scripts together with senior colleagues on their projects. Starting in his junior year, he worked as director and script writer also on numerous professional projects such as 'Parlaonica' for HTV and various advertising videos for production companies and marketing agencies Komakino and Bruketa&Žinić. He worked as assistant director on feature film 'The Show Must Go On' and on feature-documentary comedy series 'Instruktor'. Having completed the undergraduate study, in 2008 he enrolled into the graduate study, directing department, feature film section. His first short feature film, the comedy 'Kud puklo da puklo', was ranked among the best films of the 18th Croatian Film days in 2009.

Location and screening schedule: Tuškanac cinema, Tuesday, October 19th at 23.00