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The 20th Auteur Film Festival | November 26 - December 3
25 November 2014
 
 
   
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Starting from tomorrow and till December 3, Belgraders will have the chance to attend the 20th Auter Film Festival (AFF) and watch films of various genres and different productions, from art to independent US productions, many of them award winning films from major festivals. 

Tigers by Danis Tanovic

The festival΄s Main Program is showing 21 films, including Cannes 2014 Palme d΄Or winner Winter Sleep by Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Turkey/Germany/France, 2014),  Yi΄nan Diao΄s Berlinale 2014 Golden Bear winner Black Coal, Thin Ice (China, 2014), along with Leviathan (Russia, 2014), Andrey Zvyagintsev΄s Best Screnplay at Cannes ΄14, Jean-Luc Godard΄s latest Goodbye to Language (France/Switzerland, 2014), Cannes ΄14  Grand Prix winner The Wonders by Alice Rohrwacher (Italy, 2014), Danis Tanovic΄s Tigers (India/France/UK, 2014) and Mommy by Xavier Dolan (Canada, 2014), who shared the Cannes ΄14 Jury Prize with Jean-Luc Godard. 

Apart from Winter Sleep, AFF΄s Main Program is also showing Mina Djukic΄s The Disobedient (Serbia, 2014), The Reaper by Zvonimir Juric (Croatia/Slovenia, 2014) and Project Cancer by Damjan Kozole (Slovenia, 2013). 

The Jury of the 20th Auteur Film Festival is composed by Christoph Terhecht (head of the Berlinale Forum), Serbian director and scriptwriter Goran Markovic and German actress and scriptwriter Anna Bruggemann. The main award of the AFF has carried the name of Aleksandar Petrovic since 1995 while, from 2013 the award is accompanied by the sum of 5,000 EUR, provided by the Aleksandar Sasa Petrovic Foundation.

Project Cancer by Damjan Kozole

Still, AFF΄s most attractive screenings seem to be the ones of the Side Program. The Bande A Part section, among others, will screen films by Jean-Marie Straub, Jonas Mekas and Pedro Costa. There is the tribute to Serbian screenwriter Branko Vucicevic (Serbian Eccentric Film section), the Retrospective of the Chosen Films by Purisa Djordjevic and the Karl Baumgartner΄s Retrospective (a number of films the recently deceaced German producer made). The Snoliki Film section will present various world classics, dedicated to the memory of Serbian editor and director Marko Babac, who passed away this year. Also, a mega-tribute to Aki Kaurismaki (17 films) while the Time of Music Biographies section screens 4 recent feature films and documentaries of music concern. 

Industry discussions are also part of the 20th edition (Educational Programs section). The Balkan Film Connection educational program and networking platform, from November 28 to December 2 holds a series of workshops, lectures, discussions and projections on the subject "Facing the New World" while the Nipkow Program will present lectures on marketing and selling a film and on the legal aspects of copyrighting.
 
 
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  The Disobedient
  Winter Sleep
  The Reaper
  Project Cancer
 
  Nuri Bilge Ceylan
  Damjan Kozole
  Goran Markovic
  Mina Djukic
  Branko Vucicevic
  Aleksandar Petrovic
  Danis Tanovic
  Zvonimir Juric
  Mladomir Purisa Djordjevic
 
 
 
 
 
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  Nipkow Programm Official Site
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