This undergraduate graduation film by Slovenian student of Prague FAMU shows that even the seemingly most stable country of former Yugoslavia went through a bloodshed after World War II when communist partisans decided to deal with local collaborators and killed tens of thousands of people within several months. Their graves are against political will opened today, while some contemporaries deny the murders in a grid of archive shots and the others deny the collaboration.
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Muhammad Abu Bakr Müller is an Austrian artist, performer and so-called artterrorist. He was born as Bernhard Müller in 1952 in Austria. Twenty-eight years later, he was "reborn" in Turkey as Muhammad Abu Bakr. Accepting Islam is for him an integral part of searching for his artistic expression. At the end of the seventies, Muhammad started creating long-term projects which have always had social and political context. They are long-term so that he can explore himself and the meaning of creativity during the creative process, which for him is more relevant than the result. - Department of Documentary film, FAMU - 3rd year (exercise).
Made in Müllerland
A portrait of Mohammad Abu Bakr Müller, an Austrian conceptual art-terrorist, who is digging a tunnel from the gallery Werkstadt in Graz, Austira, to the Koroške Gallery of Fine Arts in Slovenia. With the tunnel he hopes to symbolically make unemployment a profession. The film deals with the border between art and corruption, and especially with to what extent today's artist can penetrate to society. FAMU, Department of Documetary film - 2nd year (portrait)