Kino Club Members in Jatagan Mala

Dušan Makavejev (1932-2019) a brilliant film director and expert on the subject, a man who has left his timeless stamp on Serbian, Yugoslav, European and world cinema, has recently left us. Although Makavejev is not with us in his physical form, the memory remains, stronger than ever.

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Remembering Jonas Mekas

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania, by Jonas Mekas, 1972, 82’

Elegiac film diary about Mekas’ journey to his native town in three segments. The first is about his immigrant life in New York after he fled Lithuania. The second is about his journey home, and he made the third one shortly after that, when he went to Vienna…

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Audrius Stonys Baltic poetic documentary retrospective

Baltic poetic documentary retrospective

During the early 1960s, when the French pioneers of cinéma vérité set out to achieve a new realism, and when direct cinema in Québec began to vie for notice, the Baltic witnessed the birth of a generation of documentarists who favoured a more romantic view of the world around them.

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Aquarela, by Viktor Kossakovsky – SERBIAN PREMIERE!

Wednesday, March 27th 2019. at 9PM – DOB//Big Hall

Following Sundance, Venice and Leipzig, the latest work by the famous Russian documentary filmmaker Viktor Kossakovsky will have its Serbian premiere at the Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival! Aquarela (Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, USA, 2018, 89′) is a deeply cinematic journey through the transformative beauty and raw power of water.

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