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Vladan Petković


1324 articles available in total starting from 06/03/2008. Last article published on 21/04/2021.

Review: What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

Review: What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

BERLINALE 2021: Georgian director Alexandre Koberidze's second feature is an idiosyncratic mix of styles, genres and forms that incredibly wraps into a coherent 150 minutes of cinematic joy  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Igor Drljača  • Director of The White Fortress

Interview: Igor Drljača • Director of The White Fortress

"I had to continually refine the narrative as the country was becoming even less hospitable to its young people"

BERLINALE 2021: The Bosnian director tells us about his work with professional and first-time actors in his latest film, a realistic portrait of contemporary Sarajevo  

03/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

Kateryna Gornostai  • Director of Stop-Zemlia

Interview: Kateryna Gornostai • Director of Stop-Zemlia

“Each of the characters deserves their own movie”

BERLINALE 2021: We talked to the Ukrainian director about her feature debut, created with the collaboration of teenagers who then appeared in the film  

03/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

Review: Brother's Keeper

Review: Brother's Keeper

BERLINALE 2021: Turkish director Ferit Karahan's second feature is a technically accomplished but conceptually flawed and often tone-deaf drama that tackles the issues of cruelty and authority  

03/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Panorama

Review: Natural Light

Review: Natural Light

BERLINALE 2021: In his competition-premiered first fiction feature, Hungarian director Dénes Nagy explores the human condition in a story set during World War II  

03/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Review: Moon, 66 Questions

Review: Moon, 66 Questions

BERLINALE 2021: Greek writer-director Jacqueline Lentzou makes a unique film on a tough subject through a playful approach, benefiting from Oscar-worthy performances by the two leads  

01/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Encounters

Review: The White Fortress

Review: The White Fortress

BERLINALE 2021: Bosnian filmmaker Igor Drljača's new crime-drama, which turns into a romance, is his most accomplished, touching and thought-provoking film yet  

01/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

Review: Stop-Zemlia

Review: Stop-Zemlia

BERLINALE 2021: This ambitious first feature by Ukrainian filmmaker Kateryna Gornostai immerses the viewer in the teenage world of its characters, played by non-professional youngsters  

01/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

Serbia has a local theatrical hit on its hands with The Only Way Out

Serbia has a local theatrical hit on its hands with The Only Way Out

Darko Nikolić's first feature has sold almost 40,000 admissions after ten days on release  

24/02 | Box Office | Serbia

Mladen Djordjević starts filming Labour Day

Mladen Djordjević starts filming Labour Day

The Serbian writer-director is shooting his second feature-length fiction film, which combines socio-political realism with elements of a psychological thriller  

23/02 | Production | Funding | Serbia/Bulgaria/Greece/Montenegro/Romania

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