Film Synopsis Heads in Bags was written in 1932, by the famous Croatian artist, architect and urban planner Josip Seissel under the name Jo Klek, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of avant-garde art group Traveleri / Travelers. The group was founded in Zagreb 1922. Its members were inspired by Futurism, Constructivism, Dadaism and Surrealism, and during the ten-year long activity they created some of the most interesting works of regional avant-garde. Seissel in 1922 created Pafama, first abstract composition in this part of the world, which is displayed in the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. His art published in the magazine Zenit, contributed to the importance of Zenithism for the history of Croatian and regional avant-garde. Radio drama “Heads in Bags” was produced thanks to the collaboration of Croatian radio with Marinko Sudac Collection and thanks to the initiative of the Institute for the Research of the Avant-garde. It premiered on June, 4, 2011 in Standstill exhibition aboard Galeb in the Port of Rijeka. Radio drama coveres a third of the original text.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Avenija Dubrovnik, 17
Cast: Alma Prica, Boris Bakal, Franjo Dijak, Damir Saban, and Zarko Savic
Music Editor: Adriana Kramaric
Tone-master: Duravko Robic
Adaptation and direction: Ranka Mesaric
Editor: Tajana Gasparovic