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The 9th edition of City Cinema International Film Festival
27 June 2016
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The 9th  edition of the Cinema City International Film Festival opened its gates on June 25 and will be held till July 2 in the Creative Quarter – Chinatown and Limanski park, in Novi Sad. The new venues of the last year’s festival edition have found their way to win the hearts of the Cinema City audience and organizers, and so this year, the festival visitors will have an opportunity to discover some more new, secluded parts of Chinatown!

Cinema City Festival will present the audience an unconventional selection of movies, which are rarely included in the standard cinema repertoires. The two pillars of the Cinema City program are promotion of the first and follow-up film projects and young talents from the world of cinema, and an excellent music program featuring the most renowned names from the region – which is bringing this year the fantastic Jinx, who permformed at the festival opening on June 25.

A Good Wife by Mirjana Karanovic

The Cinema City Festival opened with the premiere of One Week and a Day by the Israeli author Asaph Polonsky, which comes to Novi Sad after a successful screening at the Cannes Film Festival

For eight days the audience will have the opportunity to see 60 films divided in five separate sections, which will be screened at several festival venues: the Amstel Open Air Cinema in Limanski Park, SKCNS Fabrika Open Air Cinema in Chinatown, indoor areas SKCNS Fabrika and Quarter, the dearly beloved Firchie Think Tank Studio, and in the new Indoor Cinema. Once again this year, a portion of the film repertoire will also be presented in SKCNS Brod Teatar, an attractive site, open and free of charge to all those who wish to visit and taste the atmosphere of this year’s festival. 

Signature Work by Dejan Vlaisavljevic

Here is the list with the balkan films screening at Cinema City International Film Festival:

National Class/Current accomplishments of the national cinema

Fresh Danube Films/ The most interesting debut films from the Danube Region

Open Wound by Momir Milosevic

Up to 10,000 Bucks/ Films made with no budget or with a budget of less than USD 10,000

24hrs of Love by Milana Nikić (Serbia, 2015, 11min)

All about the Kids by Luka Rukavina (Croatia, 2015, 17min)

Backwards by Nikola Zdravković (Serbia, 2016, 29min)

Deus ex Machina by Srđan Radaković (Serbia, 2016, 14min)

Divčibare by Ana Žugić (Serbia, 2015, 11min)

Infernum by Filip Markovinović (Serbia, 2015, 7min)

It Looks Like We Are Alone by Katarina Koljević (Serbia, 2015, 18min)

Tango Nocturno by Miloš Krasulja (Serbia, 2016, 11min)

The Other Line by Nenad Milosevic

Planet Rock/ Film-musical testimonies of artists who reshaped the world

Half a Century of Disco by Zvonimir Rumboldt (Croatia, 2015, 115min)

Lemon Tree by Branko Radaković (Serbia, 2015, 70min)

Nothing in Our Way by Nemanja Đerić (Serbia, 2015, 115min)

Special Screenings

At the Border by Laurent Rouy (Serbia/ France, 2016, 17min)

Deleted from the Biography by Vuk Dapčević (Serbia, 2016, 56min)

Train Driver΄s Diary by Miloš Radović (Serbia, 2016, 87min)

For more information regarding all films screening at the 9th Cinema City International Film Festival please visit the festival’s Official Website!

  4 Passports
  Depth Two
  A Good Wife
  Open Wound
  Signature Work
  Wall of Death and All That
  The Other Line
  Mirjana Karanovic
  Milos Radovic
  Mladen Kovacevic
  Mihajlo Jevtic
  Ognjen Glavonic
  Nikola Ljuca
  Marin Malesevic
  Nemanja Cipranic
  Momir Milosevic
  Dejan Vlaisavljevic Nikt
  Nenad Milosevic
  Filip Kovacevic
  Eliza Petkova
  Cinema City International Film Festival 2013
  Open call for Up to 10,000 Bucks Programme at the Cinema City Festival
  SKCNS Brod Teatar Official Webpage
  Cannes International Film Festival Official Website
  Cinema City International Film Festival Official Facebook Page
  Cinema City International Film Festival Official Website
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