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Marko Stojiljković


72 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 30/11/2020.

Review: Quiet Life

Review: Quiet Life

Tasos Giapoutzis' feature-length documentary debut portrays the positive and humane interaction between a Syrian refugee family and a small town community  

08/08/2019 | Dokufest 2019

Review: Aether

Review: Aether

Rûken Tekeş' documentary is an emotional, instinctive examination of nature and of the 12,000 years of civilization that are about to be flooded due to a big state construction project  

07/08/2019 | Dokufest 2019

Dana Budisavljević  • Director of The Diary of Diana B.

Interview: Dana Budisavljević • Director of The Diary of Diana B.

“Docu-fiction was the optimal solution”

Cineuropa sat down with Dana Budisavljević to talk about her film The Diary of Diana B., which won big at Pula recently  

30/07/2019 | Pula 2019

Review: The Diary of Diana B.

Review: The Diary of Diana B.

Dana Budisavljević tells the emotional story of a forgotten World War II humanitarian in a strong docu-fiction hybrid piece of cinema  

23/07/2019 | Pula 2019

Bruce Lee and the Outlaw wins at the first edition of IceDocs

Bruce Lee and the Outlaw wins at the first edition of IceDocs

Joost Vandeburg's documentary has triumphed at the successful kick-off edition of the IceDocs Film Festival in Akranes, Iceland  

23/07/2019 | Festivals | Iceland

The Diary of Diana B. triumphs at Pula

The Diary of Diana B. triumphs at Pula

Dana Budisavljević's docu-fiction scooped four Golden Arenas and the Audience Award, while Predrag Ličina's The Last Serb in Croatia bagged five trophies  

23/07/2019 | Pula 2019 | Awards

Review: Extracurricular

Review: Extracurricular

Ivan-Goran Vitez's third feature is a tense hostage thriller with sharp political commentary built in  

19/07/2019 | Pula 2019

Review: How Much Do You Love Yourself?

Review: How Much Do You Love Yourself?

The self-assured feature-length debut by Nina Blažin offers a personal, heartfelt and genuine perspective on homelessness  

04/03/2019 | ZagrebDox 2019

Review: The Last Serb in Croatia

Review: The Last Serb in Croatia

Predrag Ličina's debut film is a rapid-fire political satire dressed up as a zombie flick  

04/03/2019 | Belgrade FEST 2019

Review: Neighbors

Review: Neighbors

In his new documentary, Tomislav Žaja examines the possibilities for former, or sometimes lifelong, mental patients to be reintegrated into society  

01/03/2019 | ZagrebDox 2019

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