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Vladan Petkovic


1321 articles available in total starting from 06/03/2008. Last article published on 16/04/2021.

Review: Bebia, à mon seul désir

Review: Bebia, à mon seul désir

The feature debut by Georgian writer-director Juja Dobrachkous is an impressive, if flawed, stunningly filmed black-and-white drama  

11/02 | IFFR 2021 | Tiger Competition

The CEE Animation Workshop announces its selection

The CEE Animation Workshop announces its selection

The line-up includes three features, six series and three short-film projects, and the workshop will take place online in four modules, from February to December  

10/02 | CEE Animation Forum 2021

The Berlinale Forum slaloms between fiction and documentary

The Berlinale Forum slaloms between fiction and documentary

The Berlin International Film Festival has announced the line-ups for its Forum, Forum Expanded and Shorts sections  

09/02 | Berlinale 2021 | Forum/Berlinale Shorts

Blerta Basholli • Director of Hive

Interview: Blerta Basholli • Director of Hive

“Kosovo is changing, but much more needs to be done to improve the status of women everywhere”

Kosovar director talked to us to unpick her recent Sundance-winning feature debut  

09/02 | Sundance 2021 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Salt in Our Waters

Review: The Salt in Our Waters

Bangladeshi filmmaker Rezwan Shahriar Sumit's first feature is a straightforward and warm film dealing with the themes of authority, personal freedom, religion and climate change  

09/02 | Göteborg 2021

Review: Looking for Venera

Review: Looking for Venera

Norika Sefa's feature debut uses a simple but effective plot to depict how teenage girls are currently growing up in Kosovar society  

08/02 | IFFR 2021 | Tiger Competition

Review: The Last Bath

Review: The Last Bath

The feature debut from Portuguese filmmaker David Bonneville starts off intriguingly and elegantly, but does not manage to sustain its own story and its central relationship  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021

Marta Popivoda • Director of Landscapes of Resistance

Interview: Marta Popivoda • Director of Landscapes of Resistance

"In my work, I always deal with the tension between memory and history"

Serbian director tells us about the genesis of her film playing at Rotterdam, the choice not to use archive footage, and more  

05/02 | IFFR 2021 | Tiger Competition

Review: Landscapes of Resistance

Review: Landscapes of Resistance

In her second feature-length documentary, Serbian filmmaker Marta Popivoda creates an inspiring work that connects two different periods in history which share the same enemy: fascism  

04/02 | IFFR 2021 | Tiger Competition

Review: Persona Non Grata

Review: Persona Non Grata

Danish director Lisa Jespersen delivers a comedy-drama about uncomfortable family relations  

03/02 | Göteborg 2021

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