by Matevž Jerman and Niko Novak

Vdor, 2021, experimental, documentary, digital DCP, 1,77:1 (16:9), c + bw, 12 min
The Gian Rinaldo Carli Secondary School in Koper keeps a late 19th century set of animals preserved in formaldehyde, one of the oldest collections of its kind in Slovenia. The film shows specimens stored in glass jars in the Oreste Gerosa Natural History Cabinet.
Matevž Jerman, Niko Novak
Matevž Jerman, Niko Novak
Jerca Jerič, Andraž Jerič
director of photography
Karim Shalaby, Andraž Jerič
music composer
Alenja Pivko Kneževič, Simon Penšek
film editor
Matevž Jerman, Niko Novak
sound designer
Simon Penšek
Matevž Jerman

Matevž Jerman has directed several experimental short films and music videos. He is also one of the founders of the Kraken Short Film Promotion Society, the programme director of the FeKK - Ljubljana Short Film Festival, and a short-film curator for several other film festivals. Jerman is also a film critic and editor and works in the programme department at the Slovenian Cinematheque.

Niko Novak

Niko Novak is active in the fields of film, theatre, and music. He has been working as a production designer on feature and short films for the last twenty years. He also makes music independently as a singer-songwriter as well as a composer for theatre and film.

Award best film (Experimental Superstars, 2022), Special Mention ------- (IN THE PALACE International Short Film Festival, 2022), Vesna Award best film (Festival of Slovenian Film, 2021)