by Anton Martin Emeršič

Nevihta, 2021, fiction, digital DCP, 1,85:1, c, 11 min
A deep dark forest surrounds a small cottage that is home to a bitter old hunter. He is living his secluded life peacefully until his routine is broken as he starts noticing foreign tracks in his forest. Late one night he catches a young boy of a darker complexion rummaging through his car. He tries to capture him, but manages to knock him out instead. Shocked, he runs away. The guilt and fear eat him alive as days go by so he decides to look for the boy. When he eventually finds him, hiding with his mother in an old hayrack at the edge of the forest, he is faced with the reality and morality of his actions.
Anton Martin Emeršič
Anton Martin Emeršič
Jerca Jerič, Andraž Jerič
director of photography
Dejan Ulaga
film editor
Lukas Miheljak
production designer
Minea Sončan Mihajlović
costume designer
Ina Ferlan
key make-up artist
Maja Razboršek
sound designer
Julij Zornik
Janez Škof, Ahmed Maamo, Faila Pašić, Matej Puc
in collaboration with
Film Studio Viba Film
Slovenian Film Centre
Anton Martin Emeršič

Anton Martin Emeršič (1995) graduated from the AGRFT in 2017 with his short film Shoemaker. During his studies, he spent some time in New York City, where he participated in an avant-garde film production by Richard Foreman as a performer. He is currently preparing another short film to attain his Master’s degree in Film Directing at the AGRFT next year. In addition to directing, he also has experience in screenwriting and production.

Award best film (SHORT to the Point International Short Film Festival, 2022)