BELGRADE: Serbian director Nedljko Kovačić is currently in production with his debut feature, a spy thriller melodrama titled Vera. The key role is played by Jovana Stojiljković, the most sought after Serbian and regional actress of younger generations at the moment. A TV series of 10 one-hour episodes is simultaneously being shot, supported by the Radio Television of Serbia (RTS).

BELGRADE: The acclaimed Serbian director Goran Radovanović is currently filming his new feature Erlking / Bauk, which is a coproduction between Serbia, Bulgaria and Russia, set in Serbia in 1999.

BELGRADE: Young Serbian film director Luka Mihailović has just wrapped up the shooting of his debut feature, the urban crime drama Indigo Crystal / Indigo Kristal, in his hometown of Šabac.

BELGRADE: Serbian director Mladen Đorđević has entered postproduction with his feature film Labour Day / Prvi maj, which is a coproduction between Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Montenegro and Romania.

BELGRADE: Justin Kurzel’s Nitram won the Belgrade Victor Award for Best Film in the Main Competition of the 50th FEST, which wrapped officially on 6 March 2022. Dina Duma received the Best Director Award for her Macedonian/Kosovan/Montenegrin film Sisterhood / Sestri.

BELGRADE: The jury of FEST Forward has chosen and announced the winners of this year's edition after three intensive days of the industry programme, which is an integral part of the ongoing Belgrade’s FEST.

BELGRADE: FEST Forward is an international coproduction market and networking platform focusing on empowering European coproductions in the Balkan region. The new edition of the market is running, from 27 February to 1 March, during the 50the edition FEST, in the capital of Serbia.

BELGRADE: This year's International Film Festival – FEST is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and will be held from 25 February to 6 March at the Belgrade Festivals Centre. This edition's slogan New Brave World is a word play relating to the slogan of the first FEST held in 1971, which was Brave New World.

BELGRADE: Serbian hitmaker Radivoje Andrić’s fourth feature How I Learned to Fly / Leto kada sam naučila da letim, which premiered nationally on 16 February in Belgrade’s Kombank Hall / Kombank dvoranaKombank dvorana, racked up 27,422 admissions over the weekend of cinema distribution in Serbia, grossing 97,287 EUR / 11,447,132 RSD, significantly outperforming Hollywood features Uncharted, Death on the Nile, Marry Me, and becoming another domestic blockbuster.

BELGRADE: Serbian director Maja Miloš has recently started the production of her sophomore feature titled Rift in the Ice / Pukotina u ledu, envisioned as a contemporary fairytale exploring women's integrity and sexuality in our harsh reality. The film is a Serbian/Slovenian/Croatian/Dutch/Italian/Montenegrin coproduction.