I SEE IN THE DARK

German Age Rating

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How do people see when they can’t see anything? This documentary film follows three protagonists who have lost their eyesight. They remember images from their past, but “see” the world today through touch, music, and other senses. They talk about their loss, but also about how they have regained their independence and how they perceive the world.



  • Filmschool: University of Ljubljana, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television

  • Duration: 16 Min.

Also in this Program:
ELAGABALUS
FOR EUNICE
ECHOES OF THE NIGHT
PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN

tags: Documentary, Freedom, Illness, Loss

With: Damijan Vizjak, Luj Šprohar, Mia Koritnik

Credits

Screenplay: Lana Bregar

Director of Photography: Jure Stušek

Film Editor: Nika Otrin

Sound: Igor Iskra

Sound design: Tristan Peloz

Producer: Nina Robnik

Production Company: University of Ljubljana, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television

Director: Lana Bregar

biography

Born in 1998, Lana Bregar studied photography at the Secondary School for Design and Photography in Ljubljana. But photography was not her only passion. While in school, she felt a desire to link stories into a more unified whole and began making films. Her education continues at the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, where she is majoring in film and television directing.

Screenings

as Pantaflix Stream (89 Min.)