At this year’s Serbian-Japanese Film Festival, which takes place from 12 to 15 November at the Yugoslav Cinematheque (Kinoteka) and the Dvorana Kulturnog Centra in Belgrade, the public will have the opportunity to see over 40 films, divided into several categories.
The Festival will showcase several Japanese feature films, with two European premieres, “Dreams On Fire” by Philippe McKie and “Zero As You Are” by Miyuki Tokoi. In addition to these films, the festival repertoire will include Sion Sono’s award-winning film “Red Post On Escher Street”, “Shell and Joint” directed by Isamu Hirabayashi, as well as “Wave of Forgivness”.
The Serbian selection will be represented by four films that have had great success on the international festival scene and have also won prizes at national festivals. The Festival will showcase the Serbian Oscar nominee “Oaza”, directed by Ivan Ikić, Marta Popivoda’s award-winning film “Landscapes of Resistance”, as well as Filip Martinović’s films “Telenovela: Sivo u koloru i Viktorija, 15” directed and edited by Mina Petrović.
The full programme is posted on www.jsffest.com , or on the FB page: https://www.facebook.com/japanshortfilmfestivalserbia/ , as well as on the festival’s Instagram page.
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