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Marko Stojiljković


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

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

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

Kornél Mundruczó’s Jupiter’s Moon wins Sitges

The Hungarian film has triumphed in the official selection of the 50th jubilee edition of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, while Joachim Trier’s Thelma won the Special Jury Award  

16/10/2017 | Sitges 2017 | Awards

Guidance Through the Black Hole: A story of nostalgia, art and redemption

Guidance Through the Black Hole: A story of nostalgia, art and redemption

Zlatko Pranjić and Aleksandar Nikolićs’ documentary is a well-crafted work that profits from the protagonist’s uniqueness and honesty  

17/08/2017 | Sarajevo 2017 | Documentary Competition

Agape: The love of God in an intolerant society

Agape: The love of God in an intolerant society

Veteran Croatian filmmaker Branko Schmidt’s film, which premiered at Pula, is a powerful critique of a failed society through the lens of the church, religion, labels and violence  

31/07/2017 | Films | Croatia

Kristijan Milić  • Director

Interview: Kristijan Milić • Director

“I had to try to make a film like this”

Cineuropa chatted to Croatian director Kristijan Milić in Pula about his third feature, Dead Fish, directing a non-genre film, and filming in Bosnia and Herzegovina  

27/07/2017

Dead Fish: A post-war mosaic of human destinies in a divided town

Dead Fish: A post-war mosaic of human destinies in a divided town

Kristijan Milić’s third feature is a study of post-war life, echoing Robert Altman’s Short Cuts, which has world-premiered in Pula’s Croatian Film Competition  

25/07/2017 | Films | Croatia/Bosnia and Herzegovina

A Brief Excursion wins Grand Golden Arena in Pula

A Brief Excursion wins Grand Golden Arena in Pula

Igor Bezinović triumphs in the local competition alongside Rajko Grlić’s The Constitution and Hana Jušić’s Quit Staring at My Plate  

24/07/2017 | Festivals | Croatia

Knives Out: A party submerged in a toxic mixture of alcohol and nationalism

Knives Out: A party submerged in a toxic mixture of alcohol and nationalism

Seasoned Polish director Przemyslaw Wojcieszek returns with a film too political to be financed by state funds  

31/05/2017 | Films | Poland

Goran Paskaljević  • Director

Interview: Goran Paskaljević • Director

"I don't like making compromises"

Veteran director Goran Paskaljević tells Cineuropa about how he got the chance to make Land of the Gods in India and how he worked on it  

24/03/2017

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