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SERBIAN MOVIES AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART FILM FESTIVAL Artists, Amateurs, Alternative Spaces: Experimental Cinema in Eastern Europe, 1960–1990

April 5–June 14

Though it is justly associated with political restrictions on creativity and meager resources, the Cold War era in the former Eastern Bloc nevertheless saw film and video makers creating independent and experimental work on their own terms. This series focuses on films that defied the established traditions of both narrative and documentary cinema and were produced outside large state-run studios. Borrowed from archival collections across the region—including Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Latvia, Estonia, and the Czech Republic, as well as U.S. and Western European archives and the personal archives of several filmmakers—the films offer fresh insights into the artistic explorations of time-based media undertaken by artists and amateurs, as well as by professional filmmakers in the region. Seen today, these titles seem as potent as any work produced contemporaneously in the Cold War West. With special thanks to the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia, and the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia.

Innocence Unprotected April 5 at 2:00

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania April 5 at 4:30

Documentaries with a Human Face (Part I) April 26 at 2:30

Documentaries with a Human Face (Part II): 235 000 000 April 26 at 4:00

Balázs Béla Studio (Budapest) May 3 at 3:30

City Scene / Country Scene May 10 at 1:00

Experimental Film in Croatia and Serbia May 24 at 4:00

Artists, Collectives, Communities June 7 at 1:30

Home Movies and Found Footage June 8 at 2:00

Medium Experiments: From Film to Video June 14 at 4:00

For more information please visit National Gallary of Art

 

 

 


Relations between Serbia, US on the rise

Belgrade, 7 April 2014 – Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Ambassador of the United States to Serbia Michael Kirby agreed at today's meeting that relations between the two countries are on the rise and that there is great potential for improving economic cooperation.

Dacic said that in dialogue with Pristina in Brussels Serbia seeks to reach a fair solution that will ensure complete safety and survival of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija and a stable peace in the region. 

Special attention is devoted to the discussion of the importance of strengthening institutions in Serbia that will strongly support economic development and the process of European integration.


POGROM OF SERBS IN KOSOVO AND METOHIJA - TEN YEARS LATER, March 17, 2004 - March 17, 2014


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