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FUNDING Serbia

Film Centre shares €400,000 between six minority co-productions

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Film Center Serbia (FCS) has announced the results of its competition for financing minority co-productions.

Igor Mirkovic’s Night Ships, a co-production between Croatia’s Studio Film Zagreb and Serbia’s Delirium, has received €80,000. The same amount will go to Vladimir Blazevski’s Punk’s Not Dead (Macedonia’s Pank Film and Serbia’s Vitagraf) and Diana Gro’s Vespa (Hungary’s Tivoli Productions and Serbia’s Vision Team).

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Omnibus The Skopje (Macedonia’s Novo Makedonsko Video and Serbia’s Living Pictures) by Vardan Tozija, Sasa Stanisic, Ognen Dimitrovski, Jane Altipamarkov, Srdja Janikijevic, Darijan Pejovski, Djordje Stavreski and Borjan Trifunovski gets €50,357, as does the Sperl Production (Germany)/Zillion Film (Serbia) title Brothers by Michaela Kezele.

The Scab by Srdjan Vuletic, a co-production between Bosnia (Refresh) and Serbia (Yodi), will receive €60,427.

The FCS has also allotted funding for national productions. Srdan Golubovic’s Circles (Bas Celik) will receive €346,445; Slobodan Skerlic’s So Hot Was the Cannon (Drina Film) €252,536; Goran Gajic’s Ustanicka Street (Film Kombajn) €239,421; Stefan Arsenijevic’s No One’s Child (Art & Popcorn) €237,367; and Lazar Ristovski’s Bajaco Blues (Zillion) €218,176.

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