Documentary film festival ‘Beldocs’ in Belgrade from 9 to 16 September

The 14th International Documentary Film Festival Beldocs, which will be held from 9 to 16 September, will present seven of the latest documentaries by local authors in the programme reserved for the Serbian section of the competition.

These will compete in the categories for the best film, best photography and best editing. Filmski Centar Srbije (The Serbian Film Centre) is the festival’s sponsor.

After its world premiere at the 50th Rotterdam Film Festival and screenings in prestigious documentary festivals around the world, Marta Popivoda’s film “Pejzaži otpora” will have its Serbian premiere in the national competition programme.

There is also “Koreni” by Tee Lukac, which had its world premiere at the prestigious Karlovy Vary festival.

“St. Clair Cemin, Psyche” by Svetlana Cemin is an intimate portrait of the postmodern sculptor St. Clair Cemin and a profound reflection on the creation of his masterpiece “Psyche”.

In the film “Telenovela, sivo u koloru”, director Filip Martinović, born in Belgrade and raised in Barcelona, asks himself a simple question: “Where did I come from?”

In the film “Ptica”, the young Serbian-American director, Oliver Ciric, follows the life of Marty, a street artist from Boston, and in the film “Zemlja”, director Marko Šipka portrays Smiljka, an old woman living alone at the edge of the forest.

Finally, from the prestigious “Burning Lights” programme of Nyon’s Visions du Reel festival comes the lightly humorous documentary film “Dida” by the filmmaking duo Corina Schwingruber Ilić and Nikola Ilić.

(eKapija, 05.08.2021)




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