Goran Stolevski – You Won’t Be Alone (2022)

In an isolated mountain village in 19th century Macedonia, a young girl is kidnapped and then transformed into a witch by an ancient spirit. Read More »

Mladen Djordjevic – Zivot i smrt porno bande AKA The Life and Death of a Porno Gang (2009)

Young director Marko, after several unsuccessful attempts to shoot his first feature film, makes an acquaintance with a porn director Cane and starts making films with him, showing his anger towards the society he lives in. After the conflict with Cane he starts his own porn cabaret club in which the socio-political shows are frequently performed. He gathers porn stars around himself. Gay couple Johnny and Max, a transvestite Ceca, junkies Rade and Darinka and others. However, Cane’s brother who is a policeman interrupts a premiere, the press destroys them as well, and Marko decides he should leave Belgrade and have a tour around Serbia with his crew. Read More »

Mladen Djordjevic – Made in Serbia (2005)

How to approach Mladen Djordjevic’s first film, a documentary on the Balkan porn industry, in the wake of the current crop of transgressive cinema coming out Serbia? It is cheap and shoddy and experimental – pretty much a on-the-job-training-ground for the wonderful and excellent follow-up, The Life and Death of A Porno Gang which lifts the best and most interesting visuals and story elements to puts them in service of a vastly improved narrative and artistic framework. The eventual (hopefully soon) DVD release of latter by Synapse Films will have Made in Serbia included as a supplementary feature; and that is about right place for it. It is overreaching and unwieldy at times, but this 97 minute feature is not completely devoid of charms and insight. Read More »

Dusan Kovacevic – Profesionalac AKA The Professional (2003)

After the collapse of the Yugoslavian government, a former secret agent, now a taxi driver, enters the office of a former university professor, now a firm director. Read More »

Marta Popivoda – Pejzazi otpora AKA Landscapes of Resistance (2021)

Sofia Sonja Vujanovic joins the Communists fighting the Nazis occupying WWII Serbia and after being taken to Auschwitz becomes a resistance leader there. Read More »

Srdjan Dragojevic – Mi nismo andjeli AKA We Are Not Angels (1992)

The Angel and the devil fight for the soul of a Belgrade playboy who made a young girl pregnant.

This is one of the cult Serbian movies. Despite some people having emotional outbursts of hatred towards everything about this movie,it’s a great movie. Srdjan Todorovic,as a drummer for Ekatarina Velika (the best Serbian rock band of all time),and an actor in many movies and TV shows has shown that he is extremely talented,contrary to some statements. Uros Djuric has actually done pretty well,considered that he’s a painter,not an actor,so a mix of talents did pretty well. Nikola Kojo,one of the best Serbian actors,was simply brilliant in this movie.His non-emotion standing in this movie gave it the flavour it needed to rise as one of the best Serbian movies ever. A great movie,and a cool comedy! As I said,a cult movie of a generation! Read More »

Ivan Stefanovic – Kad ljubav zakasni AKA Love Isn’t Always on Time (2014)

Radmilo lawyer who spent years in love with Ljiljana. Although the most eligible bachelor in Palanka, his small town. He refused all offers of marriage, and wants to marry Ljiljana, who plans to marry Momchila. Read More »