EDITOR'S PICKS: MONDAY

 

STRANGLED

Art Cinema Aleksandar Lifka, 16:30

One of the titles from the New Hungarian Film programme is Strangled by Arpad Sopsits, a thriller based on real events from 1950s and 60s, when a serial killer haunted a small Hungarian town.

 

EASTERN BUSINESS

Eurocinema, 16:30

A dynamic and humorous road movie in the programme Parallels and Encounters, an unorthodox co-production of Romania, Moldova and Lithuania, directed by Igor Cobileanski.

 

DEAD DONKEYS FEAR NO HYENAS

Open University Film Club, 18:00

Swedish director Joakim Demmer discovers that one of the most profitable new spots for farming is Ethiopia, in this insightful documentary in the Eco Dox programme.

 

OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION „THE FILMS WE LOVED“

Gallery of Open University, 18:00

This extraordinary collection follows development of Yugoslav (Serbian) cinema from 1947 to 1980, organized by Film Archive Požarevac.

 

STARS OF GAOMEIGU and BEFORE SUMMER ENDS

Abazija, 21:30

Super talented Serbian director Marko Grba Singh‘s epic docufiction hybrid made in China, Stars of Gaomeigu, will precede the screening of Before Summer Ends, the French-Swiss co-production by Maryam Goormaghtigh about a young Iranian man who hasn’t adapted to French life and decides to return home, only to have his two friends drag him away on a final trip through France.

Date:

01/01/1970