Přemysl Pražský’s Prague Seamstresses (Pražské švadlenky, 1929)
Přemysl Pražský’s 1929 intricate comedy revolves around the faith of a young, single woman.
Moritz Pfeifer analyzes the birch tree as a representation of contemporary Russian directors' search for mysticism.
Hermína Týrlová is considered one of the founders of Czech animation films...
Russian director Sergei Loznitsa speaks about the political dimension of his work, and his upcoming feature In the Fog that will compete for the Palme d’Or in Cannes.
Sergei Loznitsa’s Artel (2006) & Northern Light (Severnyy Svet, 2008)
Moritz Pfeifer saw two documentary shorts by Sergei Loznitsa.
Moritz Pfeifer discusses Loznitsa’s Portrait and Landscape, two films that offer different perspectives on rural Russia.
Sergei Loznitsa’s Segodnya My Postroim Dom (1996), Zhizn, Osen (1998), Polustanok (2000)
Moritz Pfeifer discusses Sergei Loznitsa’s first three films.
Bojan Vuletić’s A Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying (Prakticni vodic kroz Beograd sa pevanjem i plakanjem, 2011)
Vuletić's episodic comedy is wrapped as a tourist guide for Belgrade, but seems to be more useful to Serbs than to foreigners.
Serbian director Srđan Keča writes a letter to his deceased father.
Angelina Jolie's debut feature is a love story set during the Yugoslav Wars.
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