Archive Cinema City 2012.

Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying

Praktičan vodič kroz Beograd sa pevanjem i plakanjem

Genre: Romantic comedy
Year: 2011
Duration: 87 min

Director: Bojan Vuletić
Scenario: Bojan Vuletić, Stefan Arsenijević

Cast: Julie Gayet, Marko Janketić, Anita Mančić, Danijela Štajnfeld, Miloš Timotijević, Andrijana Tasić, Aleksandra Alač, Bojan Krivokapić, Jean Marc Barr, Milena Moravčević, Baki Davrak, Sophie Neister, Nada Šargin,Nikola Vujović,Ana Marković, Branka Petrić, Marija Opsenica-Živković, Đorđe Marković, Hristina Popović Mijin, Leon Lučev, Bojan Navojec, Miomira Dragićević, Mateja Popović, Filip Žarković, Milica Gojković, Dragana Dabović, Bora Nenić, Dejan Petošević

Programme selection: National Class

en, sr


Synopsis:

After hard years of isolation Belgrade has opened again, ready to accept numerous tourists, businessmen and curious people from all over the world.

What happens when foreigners and local people meet?

Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying is a contemporary romantic comedy about the trials of finding the right person, told through four completely different love stories.

Director:

Bojan Vuletić was born on August 19th, 1977, in Belgrade. He attended the Faculty of Law in Belgrade for two years. He graduated the Faculty of Performing Arts – section for film and television directing in 2007.

So far, he has acted as an assisting director on several motion pictures and documentary films: Jednostavna ljubavna priča (A Simple Love Story), Žena koju sam iskreno mrzeo (The Woman Whom I Truly Hated), Marija, Milanče i ja (Marija, Milanče and I), Iz sentimentalnih razloga (For Sentimental Reasons), Deca iz svemira (Children from Out of Space), Fayront (Last Call), Ljubavnici (Lovers), A o seksu da ne govorimo (Not to Mention Sex), Suze Dennisa Tita (Tears of Dennis Tito), Vanda nikad ništa ne zaboravlja (Vanda Never Forgets Anything), with which he participated at film festivals: on Malta, in Berlin, at Raindance Festival in London, Štukfest Festival in Maribor, in Moscow, Scoplje, Bitolj, Niš, Palić, Vrnjačka Banja and Belgrade.

In the producion of RTV B92, so far he has directed documentary films such as: ĆURUVIJA (Ćuruvija), GOBLEN na srpsko-hrvatskom (Tapestry in Serbo-Croatian), which was awarded Amnesty International Award on a festival in Motovun in 2004, and a documentary TV series named SAV TAJ FOLK (All That Folk), one of most popular series on television this fall. The last short subject which he directed is My Heart and I.

After his ideas, the director Stefan Arsenijević shot: MALA JUTARNJA PRIČA (Little Morning Story), and IZVANREDNA VERA (Fabulous Vera), part of omnibus LOST AND FOUND. He is also the co-writer of LOVE AND OTHER CRIMES by Stefan Arsenijević.



 

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