02/07/2016 14:33

Excellent Film and Music Repertoire on the Last Day of the 2016 Cinema City Festival

Cinema City Saturday – We Are Waiting for You

Tonight is the night when we bid farewell to the amazing audience and the fabulous festival atmosphere in the Amstel Open Air Cinema, so make sure not to miss the Cinema City Closing Ceremony scheduled for 9 P.M. The screening of Train Driver’s Diary will be preceded by the Closing Ceremony of the 2016 Cinema City Festival, where we will announce the 2016 winners. Among other awards, the Award for Outstanding Contribution to the National Cinema will be given to Lazar Ristovski, but also do check out which of the low-budget films included in the Up to 10,000 Bucks selection the Youth Jury considers the best, and which film is the favorite of the fantastic festival audience.

The eagerly awaited Train Driver’s Diary premiere follows immediately afterwards. This tragicomic melodrama by Miloš Radović features an exciting plot, interesting storyline, superb acting and unconventional characters.

Nenad Milošević’s The Other Line, a film allowing us to revisit Novi Sad’s Neo-Avant-garde scene of the 1970s, is scheduled for 9 P.M. in the Firchie Think Tank Studio. What were the great Želimir Žilnik, Slobodan Tišma and others doing and where were they then? After the film, FAKIR and Dachony will throw a party starting at 11 P.M.

The cinematic achievement by Nikola Ljuca Humidity is on tonight at 6 P.M. at the Indoor Cinema. The storyline follows Petar, a man who tries with all his might to maintain the false image of the ideal family happiness after his wife has left, while struggling to stop his own inner world that crashes down on him from toppling over in all the ways he can. The 9 P.M. slot is reserved for The Land of the Enlightened, a documentary by Pieter-Jan De Pue about the everyday life of a group of Afghan children fighting their own battles and wars while surrounded by the chaos of a much larger conflict, caused by the war against America. For all those who miss the premiere of Miloš Radović’s Train Driver’s Diary, and all those who, having seen it, find themselves wanting to watch it again, the reprise is scheduled for 11 P.M., here, in the Indoor Cinema.

In addition to its film program, an incredible music event is also on offer tonight at the SKCNS Fabrika Open Air Cinema. First, at 9 P.M. we present Eva Nova, a film by Mark Škop telling a story of an actress and recovered alcoholics and her second chance for life. After that, at 11 P.M., the amazing Rambo Amadeus takes over the stage.

At 9 P.M. in the SKCNS Brod Teatar, the visitors will have an opportunity to see Open Wound, a black-and-white film by Momir Milošević, which takes us into the world of two girlfriends who end their friendship in an attempt to be authentic in this never-changing world. If you missed the yesterday’s selection of the short films competing in the Up to 10,000 Bucks section, you can make it up here, at the SKCNS Brod Teatar, tonight at 11 P.M.

Have fun at the last day of the #Cinema City2016