12/06/2010 08:04

The last day

The last day of Cinema City 2010 begins with eleven o’clock screening of “Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang” at Serbian National Theatre. One o’clock is reserved for excellent animated feature “How to Train Your Dragon”. At 15:30h is repeat screening of “Motel Nana”. Programme continues with three other films from National Class; Goran Paskaljevic’s “Honeymoons” screens at 18:00h, Balasevic’s “Early Frost” screens at 20:30h and at quarter after midnight you can see the first repeat screening of “A Serbian Film”. Since visitors of the Festival expressed great interest for this film, it will be screened for the third time, right after the first repeat projection, at 02:30h, also at Serbian National Theatre.

Gala closing ceremony begins at 21:00 at Katolicka porta open-air cinema, with special guest of the Festival, Dr. Clemens Koja, Austrian ambassador to Serbia. After award presenting ceremony, visitors will have a chance to see Kathryn Bigelow’s “The Hurt Locker”, this year’s Academy Award winner for Best Motion Picture of the Year,.

At Youth Theatre’s Main Hall, at 18:00h is subsequently added screening of "let's make money. At 20:00h is the screening of long awaited Austrian film “White Ribbon”, winner of Golden Palm at Cannes 2009. Famous DJ, Richie Hawtin’s “Making Contakt” is at 22:45h. At 18:00h Small Hall screens “Woman in Purple” from Sarajevo City of Film 2009 project. At 18:30h is a repeat projection of “Natural Born Killers”, which was screened on the first day of the Festival in honor of this year’s guest, Juliette Lewis.

Screenings at Dunavski park open-air cinema begin at 21:15h with cult anime “Paprika” and “Daft Punk’s Electroma” at 23:15h.

At 20:00h, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina will screen “Censored without Censorship” by Dinko Tucakovic and Milan Nikodijevic. This film tells a story of “Black Wave", which was the most important and artistically strongest period of Yugoslav cinematography. 22:00h time slot is reserved for Luis Buñuel’s cult classic “The Phantom of Liberty” the last from this very special selection, Pedja’s Film Collection.