BELGRADE: The most watched film in Serbia in 2022 is the Serbian majority coproduction How I Learned to Fly / Leto kada sam naučila da letim by Radivoje Andrić with 193,011 admissions, followed by another Serbian film, Golden Boy / Zlatni dečko by Ognjen Janković with 168,071 admissions.

BELGRADE: The Serbian feature film Storm / Oluja by Miloš Radunović dominated the local box office charts in its opening weekend with 26,671 admissions, leaving Avatar: The Way of Water (11,942 admissions), Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (5,856 admissions), Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre (5,278 admissions) and Babylon (4,615 admissions) behind.

BELGRADE: The 16th Kustendorf International Film and Music Festival, initiated by Emir Kusturica, is about to kick off in Drvengrad, Serbia, on 25 January and to run through 29 January 2023. This year’s logo is “Art Above All”.

BELGRADE: Serbian director Pavle Vučković is currently in postproduction with his sophomore feature Protection Above All Else / Zaštita pre svega. The film is an independent production.

BELGRADE: Serbian director Miroslav Terzić is in preproduction with his third feature film The Excursion / Ekskurzija, based on a script penned by awarded Serbian author Vladimir Arsenijević. The film is a coproduction between Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Italy.

BELGRADE: Hell Hole directed by John Adams and Toby Poser is currently in production in Serbia. This is the fourth in a row American/Serbian coproduction made under the brand “Blood and Honey Pictures”, launched by Miloš Đukelić from Serbia's Red Production for the production of small independent horror films.

BELGRADE: Young Serbian director Siniša Cvetić is in postproduction with his sophomore feature Lilacs / Jorgovani, whose shooting wrapped in late December 2022. The independent production is Cvetić’s second feature collaboration with Belgrade-based Košutnjak Film.

BELGRADE: The principal shooting of the American feature film Sybil directed by Joanne Mitchell wrapped in Serbia in December 2022. The production used Serbian film incentives.

BELGRADE: Film Center Serbia announced production grants for feature films, long documentaries, feature films for children and young audiences, as well as minority coproductions, including the new projects of Danis Tanović, Tamara Кotevska and Urša Menart.

BELGRADE: Serbian director Vladimir Perišić is currently in production with his sophomore feature Lost Country, which is a coproduction of France, Serbia, Luxembourg and Croatia, expected to premiere during 2023.

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