Yesterday, in a ceremonial atmosphere of Serbian National Theatre, crews of Na lepom plavom Dunavu (On Beautiful Blue Danube) and ?etvrti ?ovek (The Forth Man) from National Class Selection were introduced to the audience.
With ovations from the audience, great names of contemporary Serbian cinematography were greeted. If you missed the opportunity to see On Beautiful Blue Danube yesterday, you can do it today, at 23:15 at Katolicka Porta cinema.
Cinema City Thursday was also a day of the premiere of unusually conceptualized portrait of Bob Dylan, called I'm Not There. Along with music, revolutionary texts of Dylan’s songs, excellent casting crew, and the story itself, numerous visitors of the open-air cinema in Katolicka Porta enjoyed themselves.
After the projection and conversations with a few fans of this known musician, we discovered that a part of last night’s visitors will not miss the chance to see it again on the last day of the festival, in Svetozara Miletica Street, at 23:15.
Great attention was drawn by another film from Planet Rock Selection – it is a music retrospective of the end of the seventies and the beginning of the eighties, called Sretno dijete (A Happy Child) by Kristijan Milic.
Join us on film projections planned for Friday, June the 20th, discover your film favorites, and enjoy in good fun and music events of Cinema City Festival prepared for tonight.