Workshop // New developments in VR industry

People attending the VR workshop will have a chance to learn about the work of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts Interactive Lab, as well as the 360 stereoscopic image techniques, photogrammetry and the latest trends in VR industry. The workshop will feature the latest works by Serbian filmmakers in this field and a discussion about future development of VR projects. Branko Sujić, associate art camera professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts will run the workshop.

Workshop is open for everyone, but please register via (full name, 1-3 sentences about yourself)

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. The Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival will pay a tribute to this film visionary with an unusual event called Kino Club Members in Jatagan Mala. Members of the famous Belgrade Kino Club will recall their first

steps in filmmaking by talking about the first (lost) film by Makavejev, Jatagan mala (1953). The session will feature screenings of some early works by Makavejev: Pečat / The Seal (1955), Antonijevo izgubljeno ogledalo / Anthony’s Broken Mirror (1957), Spomenicima ne treba verovati / Don’t Believe in Monuments (1958). A Kino Club gem Ruke ljubičastih daljina / Hands of Purple Distances (1962) by Sava Trifković will also be screened. The idea for this event came from the text by Nikola Lorencin for the Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival 50th Edition, when Makavejev received his life achievement award.

Everyone is welcome.

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