07/06/2010 09:08

Film repertoire on the third day of the Festival

On the third day of Cinema City, at Serbian National Theatre visitors will have a chance to see four films altogether. The first film to be screened at 15:30h is “Slovenian Girl”. The film follows the destiny of a twenty three year old girl who leads a double life. 18:00h time slot is reserved for Theodoros Angelopoulos’ “The Dust of Time”, a peculiar drama by American director of Greek heritage, that speaks of search for absolute love which entails a long journey through history and events of the last fifty years, which made an impact on the course of the 20th century. At 20:30h comes Vladimir Paskaljevic’s debut feature film “Devil’s Town”, a modern black comedy that satirizes modern Serbian society but the story itself is universal since it can be applied to any society going through a crisis. It follows several destinies which intersect on a day when renowned Serbian tennis players participate in an important tournament. 23:30h time slot is left for Sasa Hajdukovic’s “32nd of December”. The narrative takes place on New Year’s Eve and consists of three interconnected stories.

June 7 at Katolicka porta brings Christian Carion’s “Farewell” where lead role is played by Emir Kusturica. After it comes “Winter’s Bone” this year’s winner at prestigious Sundance Film Festival.

At Youth Theatre’s Main Hall, beginning at 20:00h audience will have a unique chance of seeing a film on legendary punk band, “Ramones: End of the Century”. After this, Corto Maltese embarks on yet another adventure with his enemy friend Rasputin in “Ballad of the Salt Sea” which has in store indescribable thrills of the wild Pacific and introduces us with equally interesting historical context of distant Europe. In Small Hall those interested will have a chance to see “Mica and the Stories Around Her”. Milica Ostojic, alias Mica Trofrtaljka or Mica Davorika, a singer from Milicevac near Cacak, became an overnight success during the 70s thanks to her song “Davorike, dajke”, which secured her a position within new folk music scene in former Yugoslavia. At 19:00h comes the story on one of the most famous Gypsy punk band “Gogol Bordello Non-Stop”, after which start projections of films from within Up to 10.000 bucks selection: “Connection”, “Talk You Alone” and “Knot”.

Dunavski park open-air cinema will start this third day of the Festival with the projection of Corto Maltese - The Caribbean Suite at 21:15h. Let us embark together with Corto on his journey through Caribbean archipelago and find out what new adventures will lead him into the heart of Amazon. At 23:15h visitors will have a chance to see the premiere of “Genius Party Beyond”, an omnibus presenting different visions and anima aesthetics from some of the best Japanese anime authors.

Screenings at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina will begin at 18:00h with Mica Popovic’s “The Man From the Oak Forest”. This is the first screening of the film from Retrospective of a Domestic Author - Mica Popovic selection. At 20:00h comes a testimony from Bingöl Elmas, dedicated to Pippa Bacca who was brutally raped and murdered in western Turkey. After Democracy: Export/Import film, audience will have a chance to enjoy Frank Capra’s jewel “Arsenic and Old Lace”, a story on Brewster sisters, two respective old ladies and their “odd” hobby. This is a true delicacy for anyone who admires excellent traditional comedy.

Enjoy the programme of Cinema City Festival!