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1717 Kilometers of Summer 2009

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Croatia,
Serbia,
Slovenia,
Kosovo,
Montenegro
2010
27 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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Jurij Meden, KINO!
Jurij Meden
Vlado Škafar, Jurij Meden
Jurij Meden
Jurij Meden
A personal summer travelogue through non-personal memories, collective personal ideals, and personal collective collectives. An old, once-upon-a-time country, reborn and undone in the blink of an eye. A youthful, romantic drive through bleak squares, forgotten roads, and reconstructed dreams. A poem.
Kumjana Novakova

Separation, Vivid Dreams

Documentary Film
Belgium,
Montenegro
2018
18 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Michel Dutry, Bojana Radulović
Bojana Radulović
Thierry Detaille, Bojana Radulović
Marie-Hélène Mora
Bojana Radulović
Marie-Hélène Mora, Charlie Dub
A young woman returns to her childhood home in Montenegro after seventeen years. It’s dilapidated, left-behind objects are covered in foil, family pictures still hanging on the walls. A personal and performative journey into the unconscious. Memories emerge layer by layer, ghosts of the war that stand in the way of a new departure of the country. Abandoned construction sites are everywhere, like silent witnesses of stagnation, while Chinese companies invest in rebuilding the infrastructure.

Annina Wettstein
Country Focus Ex-Yu 2014
Trials, Tribulations & Sustainable Growth of a Cock Vladimir Perović

Montenegro has a very small film industry. Nonetheless it is known for its visually strong, intelligent short documentaries. Documentary veteran Vladimir Perović explores the tradition and philosophy of life in his region.

Trials, Tribulations & Sustainable Growth of a Cock

Documentary Film
Montenegro
2011
20 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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Milena Radojević, Neven Staničić
Vladimir Perović
Milan Stanić
Aleksandar Uhrin
Vladimir Perović
Slobodan Maćej
Montenegro has a very small film industry. Nonetheless it is known for its visually strong, intelligent short documentaries. Documentary veteran Vladimir Perović explores the tradition and philosophy of life in his region. In this minimalist cinematic gem, he exposes with charm and irony our own flaws, stupidities and contradictions.
Rada Šešić