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The seventh Festival of Serbian film in Canada

Last night's screenings of the feature film See You in Montevideo and the documentary Yugoslavia, Or How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body, marked the end of the Serbian Film festival in Vancouver.

This noncompetitive but no less spectacular event, the seventh in a row, was held at the most prestigious Vancouver Vancity theatre, where Vancouver International Film Festival is also hosted.

The festival opened with the screening of Circles, directed by Srdan Golubović, starring Aleksandar Berček, Nebojša Glogovac, Hristina Popović and others.

The festival also saw the screenings of Mamaroš by Momčilo Mrdaković, starring Bogdan Diklić, Mira Banjac, Sergej Trifunović and others; Little Budo by Danilo Bećković, starring Petar Strugar, Tihomir Stanić and Peter Božović, as well as See You in Montevideo by Dragan Bjelogrlić with Miloš Biković, Viktor Savić, Elena Martinez and others in key roles.

The audience has a chance to enjoy three Serbian feature-length documentaries: My Craft by Mladen Matičević, about songwriter Arsen Dedić, Kosma by Sonja Blagojević, about the eponymous radio station that connects listeners in isolated Serbian enclaves in Kosovo, as well as Yugoslavia, Or How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body by Marta Popivoda.

The Vancouver Serbian Film Festival has been held since 2007, and audiences have so far seen 26 feature films and nine documentaries.


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