Exciting, intimate, loud, funny, dramatic and constantly questioning the world around us, this spring Serbian films of recent productions will be presented at the Cultural Center GRAD in a brand new way. With English subtitles, followed by Q&As with the directors (also in English), these four selected films will open our new film cycle – SERBIAN FILMS FOR FOREIGNERS.
The aim of this cycle, organized by Ključaonica and GRAD – European Center for Culture and Debate, is to shine a light on Serbian film production and to present it to growing population of foreigners who live and work in Belgrade, as well as the one who are discovering Serbian capital and its cultural offer on its journey, vacation etc. Given the fact that Serbian films are rarely shown in local theaters with English or subtitles in any other foreign language, the SFFF cycle will try to bring Serbian film stories to all of those who are interested in local film production. Each screening will be followed by an interview (in English) with the authors of the selected films, during which audience will be able to engage in discussion, share their experiences, thoughts and feelings awakened by the movies.
Pay What You Want: There is no standard tickets sale for these screenings, entrance is free for everyone. However, there will be “pay what you want” box at the exit, and in case you like the movie or you think discussion was really interesting, you will be able to support this idea before leaving GRAD. Just like that…
Note to Serbian fans: SFFF doors are opened to all the local film fans who once again want to remind themselves to some of the most interesting recent Serbian feature films and documentaries, as well as to participate in the debate in English, sharing their experiences of the film with film enthusiasts from around the world.
April 4 / 8pm – Tilva Roš (director: Nikola Ležaić)
April 18 / 8pm – Circles (director: Srdan Golubović)
May 16 / 8pm – Next To Me (director: Stevan Filipović)
May 30 / 8pm – Cinema Komunisto (director: Mila Turajlić)