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I'll probably never see you again

SHORT FILM | FICTION

SYNOPSIS
Hana, a young woman in her late twenties, has been faced with the most difficult decision in her life: to give birth to a child that will very likely have a congenital genetic disorder; or to have an abortion.
CREDITS
Director: Mitja Mlakar
Screenwriters: Mitja Mlakar, Anja Bunderla
DP: Evelin Van Rei
Producer: Mojca Pernat
co-producers: Katja Getov, Janez Kovič, Jure Vizjak
cast: Judita Franković Brdar, Miha Rodman, Silva Čušin, Igor Sambor, Andreja Lazar, Sonja Lovrenčič
Production: Film Factoy
Co-production: Arkadena
1st AD: Miha Šubic
Editor: Miha Šubic
gaffer: Milan Prebil
Lab: Cinelab London
Telecine: Paul Dean (Cinelab London)
Lab technitian: Andy Hudson, Tony Puzas, John Guerney, Steve Sheridan
Color Correction: Chris Rogers (Molinare)
1st AC: Sabina Smodej
clapper loader: Gregor Galjot
Key Grip: Rok Grdin
Music: Tim Žibrat
hair: Kristjan Skamjič
sound designer: Tim Žibrat
boom operator: Danilo Kapel
Set Photographer: Rok Deželak, Sara Kager
VFX: Jernej Lunder, Matic Perčič, Jernej Žmitek, Aleš Berčič
SFX: Zoran Gričar
PA: Anton Zvonko Španbauer, Eva Cehtl
Other Info
Lenght: 15 min
Format: Super 16mm
Year of production: 2017
Location: Slovenija
Festivals & Awards
🏆 winner: Cinematography Carbon Award, Frēsh 18 (2018, UK)
official competition: London Film Festival (2018, UK)
official competition: Go Short International Short Film Festival (2018, NL)
official competition: FeKK Ljubljana short film festival (2018, SI)
official competition: Festival of Slovenian Film (2017, SI)
official competition: Tangier Mediterranean Short Film Festival (2017, MA)
DEVELOPMENT
🏆 winner: FEST Pitching forum, Best Short Film Pitch Award (2017, PT)
🏆 winner: European Short Pitch - Work in progress award (2017, PL)
Mini Midpoint Script Workshop (2013, SK)
FEST Pitching forum (2017, PT)
Residency of Ministry of culture of Republic of Slovenia (2014,2017, UK)
European Short Pitch - Work in progress (2017, PL)

Developed with help of: Giovanni Robbiano, Mirian Sanchez Carnigilia, Gullerma Garcia Ramos, Rachel Robbey, Wim Wanacker, Jerome Nunes.