*Crni Film (Black Film)*. 1971. Yugoslavia. Directed by Želimir Žilnik. Photo by Andrej Popvic. Image courtesy of Zilnik produkcija i distribucija

Crni Film (Black Film). 1971. Yugoslavia. Directed by Želimir Žilnik. Cinematography by Karpo Godina. Digital projection. In Serbo-Croatian; English subtitles. 15 min.

Courtesy of the filmmaker.

Karpopotnik. 2013. Slovenia. Directed by Matjaž Ivanišin. In Serbo-Croatian; English subtitles. 50 min.

In 1970 Karpo Godina shot footage for his unfinished Super 8mm documentary Imam jednu kuću (I Have One House), a haunting, August Sander–like portrait of farmers and folkloric customs in northwest Serbia. Some 40 years later, his former student Matjaž Ivanišin revisited these villagers to discover what became of them, creating a poetical meditation on history, landscape, and memory and an indelible compilation of fragments from Godina’s original work.

  1. Tuesday, October 23,
    4:30 p.m.

    The Museum of Modern Art, Floor T2, Theater 2
  2. Saturday, October 20,
    2:30 p.m.

    Introduced by Karpo Godina
    The Museum of Modern Art, Floor T2, Theater 2
This film accompanies Karpo Godina.