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The Trampoline

DirectorKatarina Zrinka Matijevic
ProducerIvan Maloca – Interfilm, HRT
WriterKatarina Zrinka Matijevic, Pavlica Bajsic, Ivan Salaj
CastFranka Mikolaci, Tena Nemet Brankov, Marija Tadic, Lana Baric, Frano Maskovic
EditorAna Stulina
CameraVjeran Hrpka
Screening4 November 2017 | 17:45 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
5 November 2017 | 18:00 hours | Filmhuis Den Haag
Original TitleTRAMPOLIN
Length82 min
SectionNEW VOICES – feature length films

A compassionate but fiercely honest tale about love, love gone wrong, and the emotional scars that linger long after the bruises fade. Screenings will be followed by Q&A with the director Katarina Zrinka Matijevic. Dutch Premiere


Blue skies and sunshine, a trampoline, a young girl free-falling in slow motion. The film follows three soulmates – a traumatized child, a rebellious teenager and a thirtysomething woman, as they deal with the emotional fallout from their past, and the legacy of violence inflicted by a loving parent. When their paths intersect, they share a moment of mutual recognition, and a shared longing for clarity in the chaos that has dogged them for years. Katarina Zrinka Matijevic’s debut feature premiered at the Pula Film Festival where Tena Nemet Brankov won the Golden Arena for Best Supporting Actress.

Festivals & Awards (selection)

Pula Film Festival, 2016 – Golden Arena for Best Supporting Actress | International Film Festival Tofifest, 2016 | Zagreb Film Festival, 2016 | Just Film – Children’s and Youth Film Festival, 2016 | Kolkata International Film Festival, 2016 | Sarasota Film Festival – Through Women’s Eyes, USA 2017 | International Film Festival of Uruguay, 2017