Kroatien sucht seinen letzten Serben. Zu verdanken ist das Regisseur Predrag Ličina. Er hat mit seinem ersten Spielfilm Posljednji Srbin u Hrvatskoj seine Heimat in ein apokalyptisches Szenario gestürzt, aus dem es nur einen Ausweg gibt.
Wie hat unsere Stadt am frühen Morgen des Neuen Jahres ausgesehen? Diese Frage haben sich wahrscheinlich viele von uns gestellt. Der rumänische Multimedia-Künstler Horia Cucuta hat sie in einem Video beantwortet.
About halfway through the festival, DokuFest 2016 is in full swing. Thousands of visitors have indulged in the documentaries shown at the Balkan’s biggest festival dedicated to documentaries and short movies. This year, the festival is tackling a particularly pressing issue: Corruption.
DokuFest, one of the major Balkan film festivals, has launched an appeal for volunteers. They are needed to run this year’s festival from August 5 to August 18 in Prizren, Kosovo. Participating also offers a great chance to look behind the scenes of a festival dedicated to documentaries and short movies and to experience contemporary Balkan culture.
Nationalists don’t just steal people’s lives and whatever money they can get their hands on. Most of all they steal history and culture. They hijack and destroy it. One example is my favorite song from Ex-Yugoslavia.
Beograd is a city that has gained – and well earned – a reputation as a great place to party at. That most people’s lives aren’t as much fun most of the time is easily forgotten and overlooked. And maybe that’s why people in Beograd love to party as hard as they can.