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Mamaroš in New York and Moscow

Mamaroš, written and directed by Momčilo Mrdaković, after recently having a theatrical premiere in Moscow, has opened Rated SR, the festival of socially relevant film in New York.

Mrdaković attended the screening and answered questions from the audience, which had cheered the film and rewarded him with applause.

The filmmaker’s witty answers have helped the festivities get off on a cheerful note, even though most of the films shown at the festival dealt with bleak topics of today, such as the economic crisis, human trafficking and local wars.

At the Moscow International Festival last summer, Mamaroš enjoyed great success and was bought to be distributed in Russian cinemas.

The Russian cinema run of the Serbian film began with a successful premiere in early March at the Illusionist theater in Moscow, one of the oldest theaters in Moscow, which was the venue where the Soviet musical Jolly Fellows, clips from which have been used in Mamaroš, had its premiere in the 1930s.

The film will be shown in cinemas throughout Russia, in cinemas and on local television stations in more than sixty countries around the world, as well as the most popular TV channel in the world - HBO.

The film stars Bogdan Diklić, Mira Banjac, Bane Vidaković, Anita Mančić, Sergej Trifunovič, Goran Radaković, Miša Samolov, Vlasta Velisavljević, Milan Marić, Dragan Bjelogrlić, Žića Stojanovic, Tatjana Beljakova, Raslav Sekulović, Saša Sinđelić, Viktor Janković, Xiaojin Chu, Žika Milenković and Izet Devedžić.

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