Filmmaker/artist Rosto and his Studio Rosto A.D are internationally known and acclaimed for short films as well as music videos and TV work. The short films Beheaded, (the rise and fall of the legendary) Anglobilly Feverson and Jona/Tomberry (winner of the Grand Prix Canal+ at the film festival of Cannes 2005), screened at many prestigious film festivals and won numerous awards, formed a trilogy of Mind My Gap films.

Everything is connected in Rosto's work and it all leads back to Mind My Gap: An expanding mixed media project with its roots in the nineties that appeared in the public eye for the first time in 1999 as a pioneering online graphic novel, but quickly branched out with films and music. An overview of all related works, a program called So Far So Evil, was exhibited at several international venues including the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana in 2015. The long awaited Mind My Gap feature film is in an advanced state of development.


Rosto is a director, writer, producer, illustrator, designer, actor, animator (amongst other trades) but music has always been the driving force in his work. He attracted the attention of international artists showing an interest in cooperating. He directed a couple of music videos and live shows for rock diva Anouk. His opus The Monster of Nix features collaborations with the Metropole orchestra, the Residents, Terry Gilliam and Tom Waits.