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Marko Stojiljković


70 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 24/11/2020.

The Frog: The traumas and the consequences of the Bosnian War

The Frog: The traumas and the consequences of the Bosnian War

The big-screen version of one of the most influential Bosnian stage plays is premiering at the Zagreb Film Festival  

16/11/2017 | Zagreb 2017

Farewell to the Parents: An essay on a young man’s freedom

Farewell to the Parents: An essay on a young man’s freedom

Astrid Johanna Ofner’s debut feature, which was shown at the Viennale, blurs the boundary between documentary and fiction, and between literature and film  

06/11/2017 | Viennale 2017

Gwendolyn: The athletic and inner battles of a remarkable woman

Gwendolyn: The athletic and inner battles of a remarkable woman

Ruth Kaaserer’s new documentary, screening at the Viennale, follows a veteran weightlifter competing again after recovering from cancer  

02/11/2017 | Viennale 2017

Making Judith!: Not all movies are destined to be finished

Making Judith!: Not all movies are destined to be finished

In his latest filmic provocation, screening at the Viennale, Klaus Lemke plays with his persona, making an essay about low-budget filmmaking  

31/10/2017 | Viennale 2017

Franz Schwartz  • Director, Viennale

Interview: Franz Schwartz • Director, Viennale

“The Viennale should be kept as it was and as it is”

Current Viennale director Franz Schwartz talks about his interim position, the spirit of the Viennale and the effort to keep it going after the passing of long-standing director Hans Hurch  

30/10/2017

Ramiro: The exciting life of a frustrated, “blocked” poet

Ramiro: The exciting life of a frustrated, “blocked” poet

Manuel Mozos explores the trope of the writer’s block in a sincere and innovative way with his new film, screening at the Viennale  

30/10/2017 | Viennale 2017

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse: The witch of the late medieval Alps

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse: The witch of the late medieval Alps

The psychologically tense, visually-arresting and mind-blowingly creepy folk horror film is a strong feature debut by Lukas Feigelfeld  

20/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

The Miner: A truth hidden deep down

The Miner: A truth hidden deep down

Slovenian filmmaker Hanna Slak tells the true story of one man’s quest for the truth against all odds  

17/10/2017 | Warsaw 2017 | Competition

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

The Lodgers: The twins, the ancient family curse and the haunted house

Brian O’Malley’s new effort is a simple but beautifully crafted gothic haunted-house tale about two twins having to live – and maybe die – by the rules of an old family curse  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: Aliens in punk-era London

Neil Gaiman’s short story is transformed into a heart-warming and fun-to-watch cross-genre film experience by US director John Cameron Mitchell  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017

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