By Asha New Directed by Stevan Filipovic Stevan Filipovic’s Next to Me is a Serbian film about a high school teacher, Olga, who is assaulted one night after her husband releases a controversial art exhibition. She later […]
By Pirjo Leek Directed by Danis Tanovic Berlinale review Death in Sarajevo offers a cross-section of the contemporary Bosnian society which is still coming to terms with its own history and rapid political changes. The story […]
By Jake Bibby Dir: Jovan B. Todorovic Jovan Todorovic’s quasi documentary, drama and Serbian historical film, The Belgrade Phantom, details the ten-day joyriding escapades of Vada Vasiljevic in 1970’s Belgrade. The exact date is 1979, […]
Dir: Srdjan Dragojevic By: Matej Vujasinovic Is marriage between homosexuals normal? Should it be allowed? Can we accept same sex partners? Twenty-first century questions that remain unanswered and are being asked all over the world. […]
Are you interested in Croatian comedy? Turns out you should be!
Dir: Dragan Bjelogrlic by Matej Vujasinovic »The first thing you learn in life is that people are different… And the truth is they are different, but only by what shoes they wear. Many know that […]