A funny and entertaining film about the Albanian community in Croatian city of Poreč. It deals with two groups within this community: Moslems, who are ice cream vendors, and Christians, who are mostly jewelers. During summer, the street their shops are in is packed with tourists from all over the world. In this melting pot of various nationalities and cultures, the Albanians live in their own, specific way.
The film was made as part of the documentary workshop at the Grožnjan Imaginary Academy.
|Original title:||Zlatni sladoled|
|Year of production:||1999.|
|Written and directed by:||Fatmir Koci|
|Produced by:||Nenad Puhovski|
|Cinematography by:||Igor Savatović|
|Edited by:||Mimoza Musaraj|
|Original score:||Minatori, Iliret, Marigona, Kristi Popa|
|Graphic design:||Ilir Butka, Fasada Video|
|Sound dubbing:||Flora Kazaferi|
|Sound recordist:||Saša Radmilov, Mile Blažević|
Festivals & Awards:
Motovun Film Festival 1999; Trieste International Film Festival - Alpe Adria Cinema 2000; Dokument Art 2000; Medfilm Festival-Laboratory 2000; International Documentary Film Festival goEast 2007, Wiesbaden