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Marko Stojiljković

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141 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 08/08/2022.

Review: Fairytale

Review: Fairytale

Alexandr Sokurov returns with another set of historical musings dressed as an accomplished experimental film  

08/08 | Locarno 2022 | Competition

Review: The Head of a Big Fish

Review: The Head of a Big Fish

Arsen Oremović’s feature debut is a clear-eyed and emotional glance at the hardships of Croatian everyday life, marked by war in the past and perpetual transitions in the present  

26/07 | Pula 2022

The Staffroom wins big at Pula

The Staffroom wins big at Pula

Sonja Tarokić's debut emerges in the national competition, while Emin Alper's Burning Days dominates the international one  

25/07 | Pula 2022 | Awards

Review: Even Pigs Go to Heaven

Review: Even Pigs Go to Heaven

Pigs and people try to find love and each other in Goran Dukić's winning and slightly extravagant third feature  

18/07 | Pula 2022

Igor Bezinović wraps shooting on Fiume o morte!

Igor Bezinović wraps shooting on Fiume o morte!

The filmmaker’s third feature-length work is a docu-fiction about Gabriele D’Annunzio’s rule over Rijeka in the aftermath of World War I  

14/07 | Production | Funding | Croatia/Slovenia/Italy

Andrija Mardešić and David Kapac • Directors of The Uncle

Interview: Andrija Mardešić and David Kapac • Directors of The Uncle

"Christmas is the greatest subliminal attack where form takes over substance"

In their debut feature, the pair of filmmakers whisk us away to a hellish Christmas party in 1980s Yugoslavia  

12/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Review: Piety

Review: Piety

Eduardo Casanova draws parallels between the household and the state dictatorship in his largely pastel-coloured second feature  

07/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Review: Silence 6-9

Review: Silence 6-9

Christos Passalis’ feature-length fiction debut is a worthy addition to the collection of Greek Weird Wave films  

07/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

Review: The Uncle

Review: The Uncle

Andrija Mardešić and David Kapac’s feature debut whisks us away to an awkward Christmas with a malevolent uncle in 1980s Yugoslavia  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Proxima

Review: The Word

Review: The Word

Beata Parkanová makes a sincere but modest attempt to tell the story of life under communism in the aftermath of the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia  

05/07 | Karlovy Vary 2022 | Competition

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