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SPEAK SO I CAN SEE YOU

by Marija Stojnić

synopsis

Conjuring reality and wonder, Speak So I Can See You takes us to a seemingly different era, by exploring the world of Radio Belgrade. One of Europe’s oldest radio stations and a true institution of the city, the station still broadcasts original programming and helps keep history, culture and critical thought, as well as ever-relevant questions about ourselves and the world, from slipping out of memory and mind. Set at the intersection of an observational documentary and a unique sensory experience, the film conjures everyday scenes at the station and immersing interludes exploring the relationship between sound and the space it inhabits. Through a synesthetic blend of sounds, words, notes, echoes and light, we are taken into a unique cinematic soundscape that doubles as a love letter to radiophonic art and its disarming insight into what makes us remember, understand, think, discover, and feel.

international title: Speak So I Can See You
original title: Govori da bih te video
country: Serbia, Croatia, Qatar
sales agent: Square Eyes
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Marija Stojnić
film run: 73'
cinematography by: Dusan Grubin
film editing: Kristina Pozenel, Ivan Vasic
producer: Marija Stojnić, Milos Ivanovic
production: Set Sail Films, Bilboke, Restart
backing: Doha Film Institute (QA), Eurimages Lab Project
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