Honey Bunny is an arthouse comedy with an anti-heroine as a protagonist: Anita, aka Koke, the irritating aunt who tramples everyone (including her only sister’s family) who stands in her way towards the desired family inheritance which consists of a universally attractive summer house on the island of Hvar, or anywhere else for that matter.
Feature fiction, 90'
Script development supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Project development supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
Production supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
With the support of the Creative Europe Programme - MEDIA of the European Union
Workshops and development
Script workshop by Razvan Radulescu 2018
First Films First 2018
Sofia Meetings 2019 - best pitching award
Connecting Cottbus 2020 - monetary jury prize and script consulting MidPoint award
About the director
Igor Jelinović is a young Croatian director and screenwriter, the author of three shortand mid-length fiction films: Sea Foam (2016), Secret Life of Fairies (2016), and Little Bear (2015). which have all attracted a great interest of audiences and film critics at festivals such as Zagreb Film Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, Drama Film Festival, Pula Film Festival, Festival of Mediterranean Film Split, and Cinedays Skopje. Jelinović is also the president of non profit association named “Blank”, whose main activity is focused on film education for children and youth, and film production of short forms for debut authors. Beside directing his films, he has also been working in various positions as producer, DoP and 1st AD. He is the president of the Supervisory Board of Croatian Film Association and a member of Croatian Filmmakers Association.