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BELGRADE: Afterparty will screen in the National Competition programme (Serbian Film) of the 45th edition of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST, running from 24 February to 5 March 2017. The sophomore feature film by young Serbian director Luka Bursać will have its world premiere at the FEST on 5 March 2017 and will be theatrically released in Serbia the following day by Fame Solutions.

BELGRADE: Ten Serbian and ten foreign projects have been selected for the third edition of FEST FORWARD, the industry segment of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST, unspooling from 24 February to 5 March 2017.

BELGRADE: Train Driver’s Diary, Serbia’s candidate for the 2017 Academy Award for best foreign language film and Miloš Radović’s third feature film, was selected for the National Competition programme (Serbian Film) of the 45th edition of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST, running from 24 February to 5 March 2017.

BELGRADE: Dane Komljen’s debut feature All the Cities of the North, one of Serbia’s most successful films in the 2016/2017 festival circuit, will screen in the National Competition programme (Serbian Film) of the 45th edition of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST, unspooling from 24 February to 5 March 2017.

Even with a notable Serbian presence at some of the world’s A-list film festivals, the increase in public funding through grants given out by Film Center Serbia, new incentives legislation, the launch of the MEDIA Desk and proactivity of film institutions in the country, film production experienced a slowdown in 2016.

BELGRADE: Danilo Bećković’s The Samurai in Autumn / Jesen Samuraja, one of Serbia’s highest grossing films in 2016, will screen in the National Competition programme (Serbian Film) of the 45th edition of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST, running from 24 February to 5 March 2017.

BELGRADE: The 45th edition of the Belgrade International Film Festival – FEST will screen 95 feature films in 14 different categories from 24 February to 5 March 2017. Emir Kusturica’s latest film On the Milky Road / Na mlečnom putu will open the festival, while Martin Scorsese’s Silence will close Belgrade’s most important cinematic event.

BELGRADE: Serbian actress Bojana Novaković is in production with her directorial debut, the documentary The Forbidden Aunt / Zabranjena tetka. The film is a study of the actress-director’s own aunt and was supported by Film Center Serbia.

ROTTERDAM: Serbia has signed the revised Council of Europe Convention on Cinematographic Coproduction, updated for the digital age and welcoming non-European countries, during the 2017 edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

BELGRADE: Serbian newcomer Katarina Mutić has completed her first documentary, The Way of the East / Tako mi na Istoku. The film follows a fortune-teller and was supported by Film Center Serbia.

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