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Art cinema CK13

Omladinski centar CK13, Novi Sad
Monday, July 29th
19:00 – 21:00


Art cinema CK13 invites you to a series of films dedicated to Yugoslav love dramas from the 60s of the 20th century, titled 'Zagreb-Belgrade-Skopje', which will take place from Monday, 29.07. to Wednesday, 31.07. at the Youth Center CK13.

Three films will be shown within the series, focusing on the city and interpersonal relationships, with a romantic relationship between three people as the basis of the film.

Monday, 29th July 9 PM RONDO, Zvonimir Berković, 1966. Rondo is Zvonimir Berković's first feature film dominated by all the rules of the French New Wave. The film presents a love triangle on a chessboard. The action takes place in an apartment, and the dynamics are complemented by dialogues and relationships between characters emphasized by the use of light and a chess game that unfolds parallel to their (love) lives.

Tuesday, 30th July 9 PM STRANGE GIRL, Jovan Živanović, 1962. 'Strange Girl' is Živanović's film adaptation of Grozdana Olujić's novel 'Excursion', for which she also co-wrote the screenplay with Juga Grizelj. As Belgrade is being built, it receives a new resident who starts a new life in hopes of forgetting the old one. Just as Belgrade was built, one of the first love stories of the Yugoslav black wave was also emerging in it.

Wednesday, 31st July 9 PM MEMENTO, Dimitrie Osmanli, 1967. One of the greatest natural disasters, an earthquake, served as inspiration for this film by Dimitrie Osmanli. The Skopje earthquake and its consequences serve as the main driving force and obstacle between the characters who, in the new circumstances, try to return to their old life.

Admission is free.



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* If you do not find the contacts of the organizers in the event description, then you can buy entrance tickets at the entrance