Exploration and conquest of and planets is the of inhabitants of the world to what kind of they have. However singular the vision, which may or may not drive a given project, the real key to good filmmaking continues to lie in effective collaboration. Never before or since has conspiracy theory been taken to such magnificent heights of muddle-headed thinking. Michael Caine as Harry Palmer in «The Ipcress File» 1965. Uncle Boštjan will recall, probably rather vividly, the abortive efforts to market the Yugo motorcar in the United States, for example, while the nephew is likely to have a more acute sense of their historical peculiarity.
When there was sound missing, our Foley artists did a great job. What do you think makes him such a compelling protagonist? I was to a team of for a counterintelligence protection of this programme. Meanwhile, the already strange case of Yugoslavia just got stranger. This masterfully crafted feature-length docu-fiction is an intriguing blend of reality and fiction that recreates recent history through the prism of conspiracy theories. That's one person with questionable evidence against all the scientific proof in the world. We meet some of the people caught up directly — not to say tragically — in the diplomatic intrigues necessitated by this unlikely international endeavour. Does anyone still remember Yugoslavia? You have some clips of American astronauts there too — how did you find those? The revelations nevertheless betray the barest but nonetheless unmistakable hint of absurdity, even to the point of a kind of muted slapstick.
The Yugoslavian space effort was based, according to this trailer, on the work of Hermann Noordung, a Slovenian-born artillery officer in the Austrian Army who wrote a book, , that was published in 1929 not long before his death. Also in Tribeca Film Festival. We can only fear for the safety of the inventors — the scientists whose air of technical knowhow and professionalism had inspired our admiration just a moment before. Former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito is such a fascinating and charismatic figure in your film, despite the fact that he's only seen and heard in archival footage. The people of ex Yugoslavia survived that and know very well how it can be. That means a movie, where the basis is a reality with added dramatisation and some fiction elements. It's a hugely impressive achievement.
At least that's what I thought, but apparently not. Though the arts in Yugoslavia benefited from a degree of liberalisation, most dissent was squelched by security forces or the threat of being sent off to the notorious Goli otok prison camp. Our docu-fiction film's main purpose is quite the opposite: It's to take a critical point of view not only on conspiracy theories, but rather what we perceive as the truth in general. Eventually their clandestine activities were discovered — with some alarm — by the Americans. How could we have been so naïve? Sep 01, 2004Houston, We Have A Problem has 2, 578 ratings and 95 reviews. Staring down at the grave of the departed leader, a weary Ivan takes a moment to reflect on all that has passed.
His answers may surprise you, though. Explores the myth of the secret multibilliondollar deal behind America's. Using a wealth of archive footage and modern-day interviews, the film brings together all the strands of the myth through an eyewitness account from Ivan, a senior space engineer. They are on hand to capture the reunion between Pavic and his bitter middle-aged daughter, Natasa Branka Selic , who believed her father died in an accident. The biggest underground complex was Željava, built as a base for supersonic jets and other high-tech technologies. Everything is alright, we have arrived. Space was apparently too expensive.
With consummate sensitivity, Virc also highlights the human costs of the Yugo-American space cooperation. Can you name some of historians and other experts that you collaborated with on this project? However, we are filmmakers and by this we are only interested in making a film that audience might find intriguing. And it's scary that there can be one conspiracy theorist who claims it was a hoax and you end up with 7% of Americans who believe in that. A film about a conspiracy to question the validity of all conspiracy theories. Definitely, because Yugoslavia is still an enigma. What is your message to the people who believe your video is a trailer for a real documentary? Real independent media seem to be long gone and for ordinary people it can be difficult to get an accurate representation of a specific person or event.
Our three-stage incorporated numerous by 'Noordung'. This was the only way to protect the Land of the Free from the Red threat within. A lot of stories are told about international relations, many of them tall tales of the worst kind. It is a quarter of a century since its six Balkan republics splintered apart, setting off a bloody civil war that created the nations we now know more or less as Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and eventually Kosovo. Blurring the lines between fact and fiction, Houston, We Have a Problem! I have a lot of experience with viral videos but I can honestly say that the best way to make a viral video is not to think about it or plan it as viral. It's probably a matter of world media agendas.
In that situation, you never think about what consequences will appear and in what shape and in what measure. But we couldn't the landing of the module. It may be only then that you begin to be amused. From a storytelling angle, I wanted to have a clear three-act narrative structure with dramatic twists and a resolution. Three weeks later, President Kennedy was assassinated and Tito became the last foreign head of state to meet with Kennedy.
The film premiered on 16 April 2016 at. It is based and inspired by numerous real events and facts, in the sense that it is intended as an allegory to the. The documentary verisimilitude is so expertly constructed, you need a few moments, at least, to stop and think about the absurdity of all this. While researching the archives, you can easily get distracted by many interesting stories. Why do you think this story has gone so under-discussed and minimally covered in popular history? First have to give comment that in here the author did not type names all of the protagonists. We Have A Problem Sep 08, 2017We must build future cities with an eye towards future storms. Yugoslavia have to take out loans.