One more time with feeling: Documentary about Nick Cave opens Beldocs

The film about Nick Cave – “One More Time with Feeling” – directed by Andrew Dominik, will officially open the 10th Beldocs, a documentary film festival, which will place at Sava Centre on 8th May.

„One More Time with Feeling“ is a stark, fragile and raw documentary. Shot in 3D, colour and black & white, the film probes the deeply personal circumstances surrounding the making of Skeleton Tree, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ 16th studio album, and features live performances by the band in the studio.

 “Initially envisaged as a performance, the film draws us into something much more meaningful and something that even the director had to face which is a tragic event that permeated the writing and recording of the Skeletal Tree album”, the press release from the festival’s organizers reads.

The film had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival last year, and since then has been showcased in over 30 countries.

The 10th Beldocs will take place from 8th to 15th May in several locations in Belgrade and will showcase over 80 documentary films with many of them having their European or even world premiere.

The official opening and closing of the festival will be at Sava Centre while screenings will also take place in the Dvorana Kulturnog Centra, Dom Omladine Beograd, the main hall of the Yugoslav Film Archives at the Uzun Mirkova Street, and the Dinko Tucakovic Hall at Kinoteka in the Kosovska Street.  

(Blic, 05.04.2017)

http://www.blic.rs/kultura/vesti/film-o-niku-kejvu-otvara-10-beldocs-festival/j2dnlhs

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