Schwarze Wellen –panoramatisches Kino aus (Ex-)Jugoslawien 

Filmprogramm

Films are essential contemporary historical documents of a society and become particularly valuable when the collective memory is fragmented. The complex political contexts of the multi-ethnic Yugoslavia and its eventful history invite us to take a walk through the landscapes and spaces of the Balkans. These are films whose panoramas open up and thus offer us new perspectives: for example, by looking into the dizzying central axis of a panoramic view, or split up and rearranged on the film strip, both horizontally and vertically. Whether it is about the fate of a donkey, migrants stranded in Serbia, lovers in the shadow of threatening monuments or the concrete attempt to deal with one’s own childhood through documentary means – this cinema tells of wandering between lost and new identity. From the “Black Wave” of the 1970s to the “New Belgrade School” of the past decade, the programme brings together four unique documentary positions from the former Yugoslavia and today’s Serbia and Montenegro, which resolutely blend with the need for staging and narration.

 

Oglav

Živko Nikolić, Jugoslawien 1977, 10 min, ohne Dialog

Abdul & Hamza

Marko Grba Singh, SRB 2015, 50 min, OF

Daljine

Ivan Salatić, Jelena Maksimović, SRB/MNE 2014, 19 min, OF

Ljubav

Vlatko Gilić, Jugoslawien 1972, 25 min, ohne Dialog

POSITIONEN

B-MOVIE

SAT 18.04.

06:00 p.m.

GUEST: MARKO GRBA SINGH

CURATED BY MARKO MIJATOVIC AND STEFFEN GOLDKAMP