Category: Feature film

Između dana i noći/Neverending past

( 2018)

( feature film)

Genre: Drama

Director: Andro Martinović

Producer: Ivan Đurović

Screenplay: Andro Martinović

Cinematography: Rade Vladić

Editor: Andrija Zafranović

Production designer: Milenko Jeremić

Costume designer: Gordana Angelovski

Sound recordist: Saša Brajović

Music: Nemanja Bečanović, Slobodan Trkulja

Co-Producers: Andro Martinović, Lazar Ristoviski

Cast: Lazar Ristovski, Tihomir Stanić, Srdjan Grahovac, Marko Baćović

Jovan Krivokapić, Dubravka Drakić, Danica Ristovski, Mišo Obradović i Mirko Vlahović

Mihailo Perošević, Momčilo Pićurić, Danka Jašović, Vule Marković, Sofija Rajović, Vojo Krivokapić, Maja Stojanović, Simo Trebješanin, Petar Novaković, Dragan Račić, Nikola Vasiljević, Petar Pejaković, Gorana Marković

Duration: 77 min


Three stories about a father and a son in three time periods: the end of World War II, during the fall of Berlin Wall and after Yugoslavia breakdown. In each of these stories, father and son find themselves in characteristic, borderline situations, in which they begin to question their own existence.

Decisions they are forced to make will change their lives forever.

After the winter (Posle zime)


(Feature film-production)

Genre: Drama

Director: Ivan Bakrač

Producers: Snežana Nikčević, Ivan Đurović, Nikolina Vučetić-Zečević, Vladimir Blažeski

Writer: Ivan Bakrač

Director of photography: Dušan Grubin

Production design: Dragana Baćović

Costumes:  Milena Milenković

Cast: Momčilo Otašević, Petar Burić, Maja Šuša, Ana Vučković, Ivona Kustudić, Milivoje Obradović, Goran Bogdan…


Five childhood friends in their late twenties, scattered across the former Yugoslavia, remain without an answer when their careless youth, conditioned by escapism, suddenly ends.

After the winter was rewarded on Script Station Lab (Berlin International Film Festival) 2017, best pitch competition in Prishtina International Film Festival 2016, best pitch competition in Tirana International Film Festival 2016, it is supported by the Creative Europe Programme – MEDIA of the European Union in 2017 and Film center Serbia in 2018.

LIFE IS A TRUMPET (Život je truba)


(Feature film- co-production)

Genre: Comedy/drama

Director and script writer: Antonio Nuić

Producer: Boris T. Matić

Line producer: Lana Ujdur

Actors: Bojan Navojec, Iva Babić, Zlatko Vitez, Mirela Brekalo Popović, Goran Navojec, Filip Križan, Ksenija Marinković, Filip Šovagović

Co-producers: Miha Černec, Jelena Mitrović, Ivan Đurović, Goran Radman, Mike Downey, Sam Taylor

Cinematography: Radislav Jovanov Gonzo

Editor: Marin Juranić

Sound design and composer: Hrvoje Štefotić

Production designer: Nedjeljko Mikac

Costume designer: Morana Starčević

Duration: 92 min

Production: Propeler Film (Croatia), Staragara (Slovenia), Baš Čelik (Serbia), Artikulacija Film (Montenegro), Radio and Television of Croatia (Croatia), Zagreb Film Festival (Croatia), Film and Music Entertainment (UK)

Croatian distributor: Blitz film & video distribution

Project supported by: Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Slovenian Film Centre, Film Center Serbia, Ministry of culture Montenegro and program MEDIA.


Family gatherings are a great opportunity to resolve old quarrels and to start new ones. There are two large family gatherings shown in film “Live is a Trumpet”. The first one is the wedding and the other is dinner at the Christmas Eve. The groom, the main hero of the film, is a relaxed jazz trumpeter trying to reconcile her father’s brother, brother and mother, a retired accountant. His young wife and his unusual parents are giving him the unselfish help.

HOLIDAYS IN THE SUN (Atomski zdesna)


(Feature film- co-production)

Genre: black comedy / Drama

Director: Srđan Dragojević

Producers: Iva Ateljević, Miroslav Ateljević, Victorya Boklag, Srđan Dragojević, Dragan Solak, Aleksandra Subotić

Co-producers:  Ivan Đurović

Scriptwriter: Srđan Dragojević

Cinematography: Dušan Joksimović

Editor: Petar Marković

Music: Igor Perović

Production designers:  Iva Rakić, Kiril Spaseski

Costume designer: Jelena Đorđević

Cast: Srđan Žika Todorović, Branko Đurić, Nataša Janjić, Branko Sturbej, Tanja Ribić, Hristina Popović, Milutin Mima Karadžić, Miloš Samolov, Mira Banjac, Zoran Cvijanović, Ana Kostovska, Isidora Simijonović, Daris Aljić, Dubravka Drakić, Mladen Nelević

Duration: 94 min

Production: Delirium film (Serbia), United Media (Serbia), Artikulacija Film (Montenegro), RTCG i RTS.


MLADEN (44) Belgrade born, is a timeshare salesman at Croatian Holiday resort. He is having an affair with his colleague, SONJA (40), who is married to METOD (50) the chief sales manager who learns about his wife’s infidelity. He assigns Mladen the toughest client – Omer, a Bosnian war veteran, who doesn’t try to hide his aversion to Mladen. Everything becomes hopeless when Omer’s three year old son Svendy falls over the edge of the hotel terrace and ends up in a hospital. Grim mood that prevails among the potential buyers is about to ruin the sales. Sonja and Metod blackmail Mladen to continue the sales at the hospital while Omer and his wife are waiting for their son’s operation.

feature film- co-production


Director: Nikola Vukčević

Producers/Co-producers: Nikola Vukčević (Galileo production Montenegro), Janez Kovic (Arkadena studio Slovenia)

Executive producer: Ivan Đurovic

Screenplay by: Nikola Vukčević, Milica Piletić

DoP: Dimitrije Joković

Production Designer: Stanislav Nikičević

Costumes by: Jelena Đukanovic

Cast: Momcilo Otašević, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Ana Sofrenović, Branka Stanić, Nebojša Glogovac…


A thirteen-year old Stanko witnesses his father, a basketball coach, being beaten up after an important game (1991). The father soon dies of injuries sustained. The club management forces Stanko and his heavily pregnant mother to move out of the family apartment. Stanko recognises one of the club managers as his father’s murderer and swears that one day he will have his revenge.

Five years later (1993), Stanko is the frontman of a popular Montenegrin band with a hit single.  Stanko’s younger brother Vojo, born after their father’s death, adores his elder brother. Few day before Stanko turns eighteen his mother finds a gun hidden in his belongings. For fear that he may commit a crime she reports him to the police, who arrest him. His father’s murderer, now an influential politician, threatens Stanko with prison, or army (these were war years in former Yugoslavia) – offers a “painless” solution: Stanko is to leave the country. Stanko consents and leaves.

Eleven years later we find Stanko in a famous London music studio, making a record with famous musicians. During the break, in the studio, he watches the finale of European Waterpolo Championship (2008) in Spain on TV. Montenegro wins. While he celebrates, among the officials celebrating Montenegrin victory on TV, he recognises his father’s murderer. This reminds him of the unfulfilled pledge. Without an explanation, Stanko leaves the studio and heads back to Montenegro to complete his wow. But once he lands, he finds that nothing is the same as he left it, the town, or people.
His younger brother Vojo (16) is excited to see him. Stanko finds that Vojo has a few problems he can’t fix himself so Stanko tries to help him, postponing the revenge. Stanko emerges to his brother as a man very different to what he imagined, with dark past, and whose actions caused problems for many.
That same night, Stanko and his father’s murderer finally meet.

Will Stanko find his revenge…? On the other side of town, will Vojo and his girlfriend find their needs..? …and what is the price of being filled with satisfaction?

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GOLDEN NUNCHACAS (Zlatne čaklje)


( Feature film- production)

GENRE: Action/ Comedy

Written and directed by: Zoran Bojović

Producer: Ivan Đurović

Executive producer: Jelena Filipović

Cinematography: Boris Mandić

Edited by:  Srđan Stanojević

Music by: MC Marko/ Mirko Šćepanović, VIS Makadam

Cast: Bore Lee (Boris Ivkovićč), Bojana Knežević, Mc Niggor, Džavid Mahmutović, Rade Rapido, Šomi Roganović, Miodrag Manerik, Ivan Đurović

Duration: 80 min


One night, in his dream, Bore Lee hears a voice which tells him that in East, in the land of hard hills, one little, but proud people suffer injustice from Evil Witch. Evil Witch and her husband have abused mythic golden nunchacas, the symbol of freedom of that people!

The people are hungry, injustice, bribes, corruption and terror rules in Zabjelo! Free-minded Zabjelo citizen are outlawed! Bore dives into the sea and emerges within Zabjelo’s territorial waters, where he is greeted by the oldest dissident of Zabjelo and his children –Bore Lee-awaited liberator! Aware of significance of this adventure, he studiously train and studies Zabjelo’s history, geography and sociology. Tormented by homesickness and high temperatures (+40°C), he successfully disguises and defies Evil Witch. The adventure begins…

feature film-majority production


Genre: Drama/Romance

Director: Nikola Vukčević

Producers: Ivan Đurović. Nikola Vukčević

Co-producers: Janez Kovič, Robert Vidić, Milko Josifov, Radomir Pule Milović

Script writer: Nikola Vukčević, Irina Kikić

Cimenatography:  Nikola Sekerić

Editor: Olga Toni

Music: Vladimir Moritz, Sergej Ćetković

Production Designer: Smiljka Šeparović

Costume Designer: Vera Šoškić

Actors: Branislav Trifunović, Marija Vicković, Svetozar Cvetković, Darko Rundek, Andrija Milošević, Irfan Mensur, Dragana Mrkić, MC Niggor


Award for Best Actress, Award for Best Editing, Award for Best Sound Design and Special Jury Award – Herceg novi Film Festival 2005; Award for Best Young Actor, Award for Best Sound Design – Film Festival Novi Sad; Award for Best Director – Georgia International Film Festival, USA.

Duration: 90 min


The main character is a young and very beautiful girl, Marijana. Now, Marijana is 25, and when she was 16 – her father’s boss sexually abused her. Marijana’s father did not do anything against his boss, and because of that – Marijana’s father has become successful at job – because his boss helped him: father became famous as discreet gynaecologist for illegal abortions. Ten years after this situation – Marijana’s family is very rich and popular in her town. But, Marijana did not forget how it started. Because of that – she is now revenging to her father in her own way – by prostituting with father’s colleagues and harming his reputation (which her father cares so much about). At one moment – Marijana meets sculptor, Vanja (poor and talented artist from the suburbs – that will open before her the world of love and trust). But, the world of Vanja and world of her revenge – cannot last! This film with its characters and the plot tells about hard times in which everything can be sold, about the disturbed system of values which characterizes everyday life in the Balkans; at the same time it tells about love that proves to be the only way out from the Balkan mud and wretchedness.

THE ASCENT (Posljednje poglavlje)


 ( Feature film)

 Genre: Drama/ Horor/ Thriller

Directed by: Nemanja Bečanović

Producers: Ivan Đurović, Sehad Čehić

Co-producer: Janez Kovič

Executive producer: Katja Getov

Screenwriters: Nemanja & Aleksandar Bečanović

Cinematography: Jure Verovsek

Sound: Aleksandar Protić

Music: MetaSound

Editors: Svetlana Dramlić, Nemanja Bečanović

Production Designer: Stanislav Nikićević

Costume Designer: Natalija Vujošević

Cast: Amar Selimović, Vlado Jovanovski, Inti Sraj, Dejan Ivanić, Ana Vučković, Varja Đukić

Duration: 90 min


 Jovan has just graduated from literature and struggles to finish his first novel. He decides to go to his friend’s country estate in order to dedicate himself to writing in peace. At the estate, which is situated inobscured mountain’s landscape, live farmers – one very strange family which doesn’t have contact with civilization. They are illiterate, they live in unclearly defined sexual relations and they are devoted to nature. Zeko, head of the family, is sadist authority whose word, will and unique world-view can’t be challenged by family members. Jovan slowly gets used to life with them, and decides to stay with them a little longer. But, it’s not on him to decide how much longer.

feature film- co-production


Genre: Drama

Director: Szabolcs Tolnai

Producers: Ivan Đurović, Gyorgy Durst, Szabolcs Tolnai

Co-producers: Andras David, Diana Radosavljević

Executive producers: Jelena Filipović, Miroslav Mogorović

Script writer: Szabolcs Tolnai (based on works by Danilo Kiš)

Cinematography: Gergely Poharnok

Music: Szabolcs Szoke

Editors: Georgiev Deszimira, Szilvia Ruszev

Production designer: Diana Radosavljević

Costume designer: Sosa Juristovsky

Cast: Nebojša Dugalić, Slobodan Ćustić, Jasna Žalica, Lars Rudolph, David Vojnić, Dejan Đonović

Duration: 100 min


Award for Best Director, Award for Best Sound Design – National Film Festival of Serbia 2007 (now Cinema City); FIPRESCI Award for Best Domestic Film – Sopot Film Festival 2007; Special Jury Award – Film Screenplay Festival Vrnjacka Banja 2007; Award for Best Photography and Student Jury Award – National Film Festival of Hungary, Budapest 2008; FIPRESCI Award for Best Actor in Leading Role – The Actors Festival, Niš 2008; Artistic Achievement Award – 47th Thessaloniki Film Festival, 2008.


The strange and tragic story of a man who became an unwitting witness to the holocaust is

brought the screen in this adaptation of Danilo Kis’s autobiographical novels. Eduard (Slobodan Custic) was an inspector looking after the Hungarian railroad system when the nation fell to the Nazis during World War II. More than three decades after the end of the war, Eduard’s son (Nebojsa Dugalic) begins researching a book about his late dad and his experiences in the Thirties and Forties. As the son learns more about what his father saw and experienced during the war.