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Vladan Petković

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1405 articles available in total starting from 06/03/2008. Last article published on 23/09/2021.

Review: Sava

Review: Sava

Young British director Matthew Somerville's first feature-length documentary tells the story of the river that runs from Slovenia through Croatia and Bosnia to Serbia  

23/09 | Beldocs 2021

Beldocs Industry awards go to projects from Serbia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Montenegro and North Macedonia

Beldocs Industry awards go to projects from Serbia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Montenegro and North Macedonia

The Ukrainian project Fragments of Ice by Maria Stoianova and Boro-Ramiz by Serbia's Ana Dragić have won the top prizes in the international and Serbian sections, respectively  

17/09 | Beldocs 2021 | Beldocs Industry/Awards

Landscapes of Resistance and This Rain Will Never Stop triumph at Beldocs

Landscapes of Resistance and This Rain Will Never Stop triumph at Beldocs

Young women filmmakers dominated both the international and the Serbian competition sections of the gathering  

17/09 | Beldocs 2021 | Awards

Online “7+7” festival, celebrating Ukrainian and British women film directors, kicks off

Online “7+7” festival, celebrating Ukrainian and British women film directors, kicks off

Taking place from 14 September-3 November, the festival will host screenings of old and new films, plus educational events about women in the film industry  

15/09 | Shorts | Ukraine/UK

Kaltrina Krasniqi  • Director of Vera Dreams of the Sea

Interview: Kaltrina Krasniqi • Director of Vera Dreams of the Sea

“We have invented traditions and whole cultures to protect a very discriminatory order”

VENICE 2021: The Kosovar director breaks down the visual concept for her debut feature, as well as how she combined its many disparate motifs and elements  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

HBO Max to launch in Europe on 26 October

HBO Max to launch in Europe on 26 October

The first countries to gain access to HBO Max are the Nordics and Spain, with Eastern and Central Europe and Portugal following as part of its phased global roll-out  

09/09 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Europe

Review: Vera Dreams of the Sea

Review: Vera Dreams of the Sea

VENICE 2021: With her feature debut, Kaltrina Krasniqi continues, and probably tops, the wave of Kosovar female directors whose films deal with the position of women in their society  

09/09 | Venice 2021 | Orizzonti

Review: Wild Roots

Review: Wild Roots

Hajni Kis' first feature is a small film with a big heart, making up for its conventional story and message with some excellent work with two wonderful non-professional actors  

27/08 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | East of the West

Review: Patchwork

Review: Patchwork

The second feature by Cypriot director Petros Charalambous asks the potent, little-explored question: is a woman allowed to regret being a mother?  

26/08 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | East of the West

Review: As Far as I Can Walk

Review: As Far as I Can Walk

Serbian director Stefan Arsenijević is back with a surprising concept and an accomplished film telling the story of two African refugees looking for their place in Europe  

24/08 | Karlovy Vary 2021 | Competition

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