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Marko Stojiljković

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185 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 05/12/2022.

Review: The Winter of One Spring

Review: The Winter of One Spring

Milan Nikodijević tells the story behind an iconic photo and portrays the experience of the Prague Spring from the point of view of Yugoslav FAMU pupils studying at that time  

05/12 | Films | Reviews | Serbia

Have You Seen This Woman? crowned as the champion of the Festival of Auteur Film

Have You Seen This Woman? crowned as the champion of the Festival of Auteur Film

Safe Place and Pelican were also among the winners of the 28th edition of the Serbian arthouse film gathering  

05/12 | Festivals | Awards | Serbia

Review: The Rise & Fall of Comrade Zylo

Review: The Rise & Fall of Comrade Zylo

Fatmir Koçi’s adaptation of Dritëro Agolli’s novel remains very faithful to the source material, for better or for worse  

29/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics' Picks

Review: Cold as Marble

Review: Cold as Marble

Two lovers and a convict father make the leap from comedy to tragedy in Asif Rustamov’s sophomore directorial effort  

28/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Competition

Review: The Man Without Guilt

Review: The Man Without Guilt

Ivan Gergolet’s feature debut is a very poignant study of human imperfections set in Trieste and its Slovenian-speaking suburbs  

25/11 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Review: Servus Papa – See You in Hell

Review: Servus Papa – See You in Hell

Christopher Roth’s new feature sees libertine ideas twisted into tyranny and examines the effect of this on a teenage girl growing up in a commune near Vienna  

24/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Competition

Review: Wake Me

Review: Wake Me

In his efficient fourth feature film, Marko Šantić examines a nationalist thug’s chances at redemption after he suffers memory loss  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Critics’ Picks

Review: Pelican

Review: Pelican

Filip Heraković’s debut feature sees him placing an injured footballer in a spa resort as he sets out on a soul-searching quest  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Review: Klokkenluider

Review: Klokkenluider

A couple on the run, two security officers, and a journalist meet in Neil Maskell’s directorial debut, blending suspenseful thriller features and very dark comedy  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

Review: The Land Within

Review: The Land Within

In his feature-length fiction debut, Fisnik Maxville deals with family secrets that come to light in the aftermath of the 1990s conflict in Kosovo  

22/11 | Black Nights 2022 | First Feature Competition

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