BELGRADE: Films by Miroslav Terzić and Svetla Tsotsorkova are among the ten European films selected to be streamed online for free at the 4th ArteKino Festival from 1 and 31 December 2019.
The films will be available in 10 languages free of charge, but 5,000 free tickets per film are available in 45 countries across Europe. Viewers can vote for the audience award and win a trip to the Locarno Film Festival.
ArteKino is the first free, multilingual and participative digital offer entirely dedicated to European cinema and available throughout Europe. Developed by ARTE in partnership with Festival Scope, and supported by the MEDIA-Europe Creative Programme, ArteKino aims at giving a broad European audience the opportunity to discover the richness and diversity of European cinema.
Sad Song (France)Directed by Louise Narboni
Messi and Maud (the Netherlands, Germany)Directed by Marleen Jonkman
Normal (Italy)Directed by Adele Tulli
Psychobitch (Norway)Directed by Martin Lund
Ruth (Portugal)Directed by Antonio Pinhão Botelho
Selfie (France, Italy)Directed by Agostino Ferrente
Sons of Denmark (Denmark)Directed by Ulaa Salim
Stiches / Šavovi (Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)Directed by Miroslav TerzićProduced by West End ProductionCoproduced by Nora Production, Spiritus Movens and SCCA.Pro.baSupported by Film Centre Serbia, the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, the Slovenian Film Centre, the Foundation for Cinematography and Eurimages
Thirst (Bulgaria)Directed by Svetla TsotsorkovaProduced by Front FilmSupported by the Bulgarian National Film Center
Thirty (Germany)Directed by Simona Kostova