I miss Sonja Henie
At the 1971 International Film Festival of Belgrade, Yugoslav director Karpo Acimovic-Godina instructed seven other directors to shoot less than three minutes of film footage inside a bedroom with static shots that contained the phrase "I Miss Sonja Henie". This film is the result.
Karpo Godina was born in Skopje, North Macedonia in 1943. In the sixties he studied film, TV radio and theatre direction at the Ljubljana Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, where he later on taught as professor of film directing and camera. As a director, his feature films were presented on almost all major film festivals world-wide: Cannes, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Sidney, Melbourne, Toronto, Edinburgh, Istanbul, San Francisco, Rotterdam, Strasbourg and many others. Karpo Godina also directed theatre plays and operas. In the year 2006 he got the Prešeren's award for life work, the highest national award in the field of arts and culture. In the year 2011 he got the appellation Professor Emeritus of the University of Ljubljana.