by Lana Bregar

Luno, fiction, digital DCP, c, 10 min
In postproduction Q4 2024

Fourteen-year-old Luno battles his impending blindness, confronting his fears as he laces up his freedom shoes for one final adventure. Through a night filled with turbulence and new experiences, he grapples with the reality awaiting him as he prepares to face life's challenges head-on.

Lana Bregar
Lana Bregar
Nina Robnik
executive producer
Vito Pešič
director of photography
Kristijan Slamič
film editor
Jan Lovše
production designer
Dejan Filipovič
costume designer
Estera Lovrec
key make-up artist
Špela Ema Veble
Tom Mathews, Arna Hadžialjević, Damjana Černe
Tramal Films
in collaboration with
Film Studio Viba Film
Tramal Films
Lana Bregar

Born in 1998, Lana attended the Secondary School for Desisn and Photography in Ljubljana, majoring in photography. During her school days, she exhibited a lot and received the Transgeneration Award in 2017. That's when she felt the desire to connect stories into a more unified whole and started making films, some of which also won awards. She continued her education at Slovenian Film Academy (AGRFT), where she completed her studies in film and television directing. Her graduation film Otava had its international premiere at the Sarajevo Film Festival and was a semi-finalist for the Student Oscar in 2021. She received several domestic and international awards for her short films. In 2015 and 2016, she was the recipient of the high school Grossmann Award. In 2020 and 2021, she received the university Grossmann Award for original screenplays. She is Sarajevo Talents (2021) and Innsbruck Film Campus (2018) Alumna. This year, she is participating at Sarajevo Talents Script Station.

Tramal Films is a production company established in 2009 with the main aim of producing documentaries. Our first noted work, the documentary A Fight For (2014, S. Gačić), was recognised as the best feature film of the year at the FSF and screened at the DokuFest in Prizren, the Cleveland IFF, the unDependence FF, and elsewhere as well. Recently, Tramal Films has also become increasingly established as a production house focusing on creative documentaries and fiction films made by young directors with creative international perspectives. Tramal’s several recent films have received the support of the Creative Europe programme.