SPEAK SO I CAN SEE YOU

Croatia, Qatar, Serbia 2019 – Director: Marija Stojnić – Original language: Serbian, English – Subtitles: English

Thunderstorms, voices, interferences. Sound dominates in this homage to one of the oldest stations in Europe: Radio Belgrade. The collage of sounds and camera movements tells almost casually miniatures of Serbian history and shows that radio is alive – even in the digital age!

 

We present the German premiere of the film at DOK.fest München 2020 @home.
 

Writer: Marija Stojnić. Camera: Dušan Grubin. Sound: Ivan Zelić. Editing: Kristina Poženel, Ivan Vasić. Production: Bilboke. Producer: Marija Stojnić, Miloš Ivanović. Length: 73 min. International Sales: Square Eyes.

Biography

Marija Stojnić studied at The New School in New York and the Academy of Arts in Belgrade. She is a member of DokSerbia, a fellow of the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Instituto Sacatar in Brazil. In 2016 she founded the production company Bilboke and since 2019 she is part of the film collective SET SAIL FILMS.

 

Filmography

GIRL WHO OPPOSED THE SUN, RS, US 2014, 24 min
BETWEEN DREAM AND DREAM, RS 2008, 23 min.

 

#Looking back #Caucasus, Eastern and Southeastern Europe #For cinephiles

DOK.panorama 2020

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