FESTIVALS: The 26th European Film Festival Palić Ready to Take Off


PALIĆ: The Competition of the 26th edition of European Film Festival Palić, which will take place in Palić and Subotica from 20 to 26 July 2019, includes the Serbian / Montenegrin coproduction Ajvar by Ana Maria Rossi. The film will have its world premiere during the festival.

The Official Selection is completed by three out of Competition films  including Almodovar’s Pain and Glory, which will open the festival.

More than 130 films from all around Europe, divided into 15 programmes, will screen in the festival organised by the Open University Subotica. Most of them will have their regional premiere.


Les Misérables (France)
Directed by Ladj Ly

Ajvar (Serbia, Montenegro)
Directed by Ana Maria Rossi
Produced by Biberche
Coproduced by Artikulacija
Supported by Film Center Serbia, the Film Center of Montenegro

My Last Year as a Loser (Slovenia)
Directed by Urša Menart
Produced by Vertigo
Coproduction by NuFrame, 100 and RTV Slovenia
Supported by the Slovenian Film Center, Studio Viba

Oleg (Latvia, Belgium, Lithuania, France)
Directed by Juris Kursietis
Produced by Tasse Film (Latvia)
Coproduced by InScript (Lithuania), Iota Production (Belgium), Arizona Productions (France)
Supported by the National Film Centre of Latvia, Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel, Belgian Tax Incentives, Eurimages and the Lithuanian Film Centre

Who You Think I Am (France)
Directed by Safy Nebbou

Chained (Israel, Germany)
Directed by Yaron Shani

Trezor (Hungary)
Directed by Peter Bergendy

God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya / Gospod postoi, imeto i' e Petrunija (North Macedonia, Belgium, France, Croatia, Slovenia)
Directed by Teona Strugar Mitevska
Produced by Sisters and Brother Mitevski (Macedonia)
Coproduced by Spiritus movens (Croatia), Entre Chien et Loup (Belgium), Vertigo (Slovenia) Deuxième Ligne Films (France), EZ Films (France)
Supported by the Macedonian Film Agency, the Belgium Film and Tax Shelter, the Slovenian Film Center , the Croatian Audiovisual Centre and Eurimages