Aida Begić’s A Ballad (Balada, 2022)
Aida Begić’s latest film resists readymade interpretations when it comes to its representations of life on the Balkans and of feminism.
A discussion on how the Balkans are perceived abroad and domestically.
Tonislav Hristov’s The Good Driver (2022)
The limits and pitfalls of mobility on the European continent.
Tonislav Hristov on The Good Driver
Bulgarian filmmaker Tonislav Hristov discusses the politics and back story of his debut feature.
Haidy Kancler’s Melting Dreams (2022)
This documentary stumbles over its own expectations in telling the story of three Afghani girls training for the Olympics.
Laila Pakalniņa’s Homes (Mājas, 2021)
Laila Pakalniņa visibly involves her documentary subjects in the making of her latest film.
Stefan Arsenijević’s As Far As I Can Walk (Strahinja Banović, 2021)
Stefan Arsenijević adapts a Serbian epic poem as a migrant love story.
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