MARTOVSKI festival – Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival, one of the oldest European film festivals, marks its jubilee with the greatest achievement for the Serbian documentary, Mila Turajlić won the IDFA Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary in Amsterdam. Building on the Serbian Film Centre’s successful concept of creating an environment for making quality national documentary features and short films, as well as animated and experimental films, the March Festival under the management of the Belgrade Youth Center, with director/producer Marko Popović as the artistic director and dramatist Boban Jevtić as the special adviser, will be carried out for the 65th time from March 28, to April 1, 2018.


The main goal of the Martovski Festival remains the same – to offer a platform primarily to domestic filmmakers not only to present their work to the audience, but also to link with producers, funds, TV networks, film professionals and new technological trends in Europe and the region.


All domestic producers and filmmakers can enter their submissions to February 5, 2018 as the latest, through

Film submissions has now ended.


The categories for domestic films are: documentary film with running time up to 50 minutes, documentary film with running time over 50 minutes, TV documentary film, short film, animated film, experimental film and video art.


International filmmakers and producers can submit their films for the International Competition Program in the short film category.


During the 5 Martovski Festival days, all halls of the Belgrade Youth Center (Dom omladine Beograda) will be the areas of support for domestic filmmakers, meeting points for film professionals and enthusiasts, venues for numerous screenings, workshops and lectures, places where people will have the chance to communicate, make arrangements, develop new ideas, get to know new technologies, converge opinions and exchange creative energy.


Martovski Festival – Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival is a permanent event of cultural importance for the City of Belgrade, the Festival sponsor.