FESTIVALS: Beldocs Kicks Off Full Industry Programme


BELGRADE: The 10th jubilee edition of the Beldocs Film Festival will screen 87 documentaries in eleven thematic categories from 8 to 15 May 2017. The novelty in this year’s edition is the Beldocs Market held 8-12 May, supported for the first time by Creative Europe, thus making Beldocs the only documentary film festival with a film market in the region.

Six Serbian documentary projects have been selected for the works in progress programme, to be presented on 11 May to a panel of ten commissioning editors.

Twelve films will screen in the International Competition including Michal Glawogger’s posthumously edited final documentary footage, while eight domestic documentaries will be shown in the Serbian Competition programme.

The thematic categories at this year’s festival are: Serbian Documentary Showcase, a Goran Marković Retrospective, a Aliona van der Horst Retrospective, Music Documentaries, Millennium Reality from a Female Perspective, Beldocs Special: Creation vs. Destruction, Feel Good Movies and Biographical Documentaries.

The International Competition Jury is composed of Mladen Kovačević, Thierry Detaille and Tea Lukač, and the Serbian Competition Jury is made up of Andreas Horvath, Robert Zuber and Adrijana Stojković.

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Machines (India, Finland, Germany)
Directed by Rahul Jain

The Good Postman (Finland, Bulgaria)
Directed by Tonislav Hristov

Shooting Ourselves (Norway)
Directed by Christine Cynn

Lust for Sight (Switzerland)
Directed by Manuel von Struler

Tokyo Idols (UK, Canada)
Directed by Kyoko Miyake

Untitled (Austria, Germany)
Directed by Michael Glawogger and Monika Willi

Do Not Resist (USA)
Directed by Craig Atkinson

You Have No Idea How Much I Love You (Poland)
Directed by Pawel Lozinski

Pavlensky – Man and Might (Germany)
Directed by Irene Langemann

Tomorrowland (Iran)
Directed by Sarvnaz Alambeigi

Last Men in Aleppo (Denmark, Syria)
Directed by Feras Fayyad and Steen Johannessen

It’s Not Dark Yet (Ireland)
Directed by Frankie Fenton


Pejzaži rata, pejzaži mira (Serbia)
Directed by Aron Sekelj

Sto godina iščekivanja (Serbia)
Directed by Ivana Pavlović

Zašto je Dragan napravio orkestar (Serbia, Croatia)
Directed by Nikola Spasić

Gora (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Directed by Stefan Malešević

Priča o grupi Eva Braun (Serbia)
Directed by Robert Bukarica

Radnička klasa odlazi u raj (Serbia)
Directed by Marko Cvejić

Daljine (Serbia)
Directed by Nemanja Vojinović

Između granica (Serbia)
Directed by Jelena Gavrilović and Mirko Rudić