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Balkan films at the 22nd European Film Festival Palic
16 July 2015
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From 18 to 24 of July, the 22nd European Film Festival Palić will screen over 80 films within 7 sections and additional programs. All the films will be screened at various locations in the Northern Serbian towns of Palić and Subotica. 

Official Selection will screen twelve films in the competition and two out of the competition, taking the audience on a journey through the modern life and the contemporary artistic expression of Europe. Among the authors in the Official Selection, the festival presents both confirmed masters and debutants whose opuses follow in the future. Two Balkan productions compete in the section: Panama by Pavle Vučković (Serbia, 2015) and The World is Mine by Nicolae Constantin Tanase (Romania, 2015)

Panama by Pavle Vučković (Serbia, 2015)

Competition programme Parallels and Encounters is dedicated to feature films from former Eastern European geopolitical region, films particularly attractive for their extraordinary visual aesthetics that enabled authors to express deep emotions of their stories about human destinies. 

One Floor Below by Radu Muntean (Romania/France/Sweden/Germany, 2015)

Stairless by Marko Novaković (Serbia, 2015)

Until I Lose my Breath by Emine Emel Balci (Turkey/Germany, 2015)

Aferim! by Radu Jude (Romania/Bulgaria/Czech Republic, 2015)

The Bridge at the End of the World by Branko Ištvančić (Croatia/Serbia/Bosnia-Herzegovina/France, 2014)

The Official Selection Jury is comprised of Croatian writer and journalist Boris Dežulović, Christian Jeune, head of Cannes’ Film Department, Dome Karukoski, renown Finish director, Hungarian filmmaker Ágnes Kocsis, Slovak director Mira Fornay and actors Johannes Kunhke from Sweden and Sergej Trifunović from Serbia. 

A critics Jury will decide upon the Parallels and Encounters programme and it will be consisting of Michael Pattison (UK), György Báron (HU) and Vladimir Džudović (SRB).

Aferim! by Radu Jude (Romania/Bulgaria/Czech Republic, 2015)

A number of Balkan films, all of them from the countries of former Yugoslavia, will comprise the Special Screenings programme:

I know what Off-side is by Arijana Saračević-Helać & Darko Šper (Bosnia-Herzegovina/Serbia, 2015)

Neighbors by Mirha Dedić (Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2015)

The Loop by Milutin Petrović (Serbia, 2014)

International documentaries with an ecological concern will be screened at the Eco Dox section, among them Obrenovac 1003 by Predrag Vukosavljević (Serbia, 2015, 40΄).

This year’s Aleksandar Lifka award laureates are renown Serbian filmmaker Želimir Žilnik and Swedish director Roy Andersson. Homage to the Lifka Award Laureates program will present their most successful works.

On the sidebar events, Palic Film Fest 2015 is organizing a round table on GMO΄s (the festival’s round table themes are regularly interwoven with the problems and issues Eco Documentaries lay), a panel discussion on the New Wave of Spanish film and a workshop on film reviews. 

Source: Palic Film Festival official website
  The Bridge at the End of the World
  The World is Mine
  Until I Lose My Breath
  One Floor Below
  What a Wonderful World
  The Loop
  Heroes of the Battle for the Wounded
  Avala Film: The End or the New Beginning
  The Apostles of Good
  They didn' t remain silent
  Obrenovac 1003
  Radu Muntean
  Radu Jude
  Sergej Trifunovic
  Zelimir Zilnik
  Marko Novakovic
  Branko Istvancic
  Nicolae Constantin Tanase
  Milutin Petrovic
  Emine Emel Balci
  Pavle Vuckovic
  Anatol Durbala
  Aleksandar Reljic
  Srdjan Knezevic
  Maja Ledjenac
  Zeljka Mihaljevic
  Mirha Dedic
  Branka Opranovic
  Norbert Sinkovic
  Predrag Vukosavljevic
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  20th European Film Festival Palić 2013
  21th European Film Festival Palic 2014
  21st Palic European Film Festival Awards
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