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Review: Offenders

Review: Offenders

Dejan Zečević's eighth film is an arthouse drama-thriller with shades of horror, supported by some marvellous black-and-white cinematography and an electronic score  

06/03/2018 | Films | Serbia

Review: Horizons

Review: Horizons

Svetislav Dragomirović’s debut feature is an interesting mixture of melodrama and backwoods noir fuelled by family secrets  

01/03/2018 | Films | Serbia

Review: Ederlezi Rising

Review: Ederlezi Rising

The English-language sci-fi title by Serbian debutant Lazar Bodroža, starring Stoya, is a high-concept film about a relationship between an astronaut and an android  

26/02/2018 | Films | Serbia

The Basics of Killing: Society destroying the family

The Basics of Killing: Society destroying the family

Slovenian filmmaker Jan Cvitkovič's fifth feature is one of his most cinematically conventional but also emotionally most powerful efforts  

12/10/2017 | Films | Slovenia/Serbia

Dejan Zečević's The Rift launches in Serbia and Slovenia

Dejan Zečević's The Rift launches in Serbia and Slovenia

The sci-fi film from the producers of Killer Mermaid and the director of The Enemy starring Ken Foree has been released  

03/05/2016 | Films | Serbia/Slovenia

Life Is a Trumpet: Normal people with everyday problems

Life Is a Trumpet: Normal people with everyday problems

Antonio Nuić’s third outing is a nice Christmas movie for nice people  

21/10/2015 | Films | Croatia/Slovenia/Serbia/Montenegro/UK

The Disobedient: longing, love and the search for freedom

The Disobedient: longing, love and the search for freedom

Mina Djukić’s debut features a strong acting duo and magnificent cinematography  

07/05/2014 | Films | Serbia

If the Seed Doesn’t Die too exhausting to satisfy

If the Seed Doesn’t Die too exhausting to satisfy

Serbian-born director Siniša Dragin’s third feature film If the Seed Doesn’t Die had premiered at Tokyo International Film Festival before winning the Audience Award at Rotterdam. Supported by the...  

14/06/2011 | Films | Romania/Serbia/Austria

Classical pathos moves Novković’s White White World

Classical pathos moves Novković’s White White World

Oleg Novković’s White White World is a classical Greek tragedy packed into a Balkan film. It is precisely this classical quality that provides the enormous strength that juries in Locarno, Cottbus...  

03/12/2010 | Films | Serbia/Germany/Sweden

Curiously intertwined lives around Woman with a Broken Nose

Curiously intertwined lives around Woman with a Broken Nose

The latest co-production between Serbia’s Bas Celik and Germany's Neue Mediopolis – following Srdan Golubovic's The Trap, Damjan Kozole's Slovenian Girl and Srdjan Karanovic's Besa – is The Woman...  

14/06/2010 | Films | Serbia/Germany