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417 articles available in total starting from 08/03/2006. Last article published on 16/07/2024.

Nikola Ljuca starts filming The Rattlesnakes

Nikola Ljuca starts filming The Rattlesnakes

The Serbian director's follow-up to Humidity is a drama with elements of suspense-thriller and melodrama, starring Ivana Vuković, Milan Marić, Jasna Đuričić and Tarik Filipović  

16/07 | Production | Funding | Serbia/Croatia/Slovenia/North Macedonia/Bosnia and Herzegovina/Montenegro/Greece

Review: It All Ends Here

Review: It All Ends Here

Rajko Grlić manages to make a strong statement with a passable genre film, which is supposedly his final movie  

16/07 | Pula 2024

European Film Festival Palić announces the full line-up for its 31st edition

European Film Festival Palić announces the full line-up for its 31st edition

The official selection features 11 European titles in competition and one out of competition, while Parallels and Encounters sees ten more movies from Eastern Europe vying for prizes  

15/07 | Palić 2024

Danis Tanović's My Late Summer to open the 30th Sarajevo Film Festival

Danis Tanović's My Late Summer to open the 30th Sarajevo Film Festival

The Academy Award-winning director's latest film is a comedy-drama about a young woman who heads to a remote island to solve a family inheritance issue  

12/07 | Sarajevo 2024

Review: Horia

Review: Horia

Ana-Maria Comănescu’s coming-of-age drama talks about how we are sometimes obsessed with the finish line and ignore the small steps necessary to get there  

25/06 | Transilvania 2024

Ana-Maria Comănescu • Director of Horia

Interview: Ana-Maria Comănescu • Director of Horia

“As a debut filmmaker, you feel you’re expected to perform very highly, whilst also making plenty of compromises”

We chatted with the Romanian director who is determined to breathe a breath of fresh air to her country's cinema with her first feature film  

24/06 | Transilvania 2024

Review: At the Door of the House Who Will Come Knocking

Review: At the Door of the House Who Will Come Knocking

Bosnian filmmaker Maja Novaković's first feature-length documentary tells a cryptic story of loss, grief and loneliness through gorgeously depicted natural elements  

14/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2024

Sonja Prosenc • Director of Family Therapy

Interview: Sonja Prosenc • Director of Family Therapy

“We are afraid that this will push us to confront something that we don't want to be confronted with”

The Slovenian writer-director chats to us about aligning production design with characters, and crafting a story that’s both personal and political  

10/06 | Tribeca 2024

Review: Family Therapy

Review: Family Therapy

Centring on a wealthy Slovenian family, Sonja Prosenc’s third feature is a brightly burning social satire that asks us to laugh, and then to empathise  

10/06 | Tribeca 2024

Sundial and The Garden Cadences crowned as Beldocs’ champions

Sundial and The Garden Cadences crowned as Beldocs’ champions

How to Be Slobodan? has scooped the Audience Award along with a Special Mention in the Serbian gathering’s National Competition  

30/05 | Beldocs 2024 | Awards

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