All Serbia articles – Page 3

  • Sanja Ravlic
    News

    Belgrade co-pro event foregrounds women

    2016-03-09T13:27:00Z

    Belgrade hosts co-pro meeting dedicated to women filmmakers as study reveals industry progress on gender equality in region.

  • Humidity film
    News

    Serbia launches MEDIA Desk, reveals national awards

    2016-03-07T10:24:00Z

    Berlinale title Humidity scores hat-trick at national awards during Belgrade FEST; Diary Of A Teenage Girl wins in international strand.

  • Belgrade
    News

    Serbia joins tax incentive club

    2015-08-17T10:24:00Z

    Serbia has become the latest country to offer tax incentives to international film and television productions when they shoot in the territory.

  • Concrete Night
    News

    Finland, Croatia, Serbia enter Oscar race

    2014-09-02T14:45:00Z

    Three new submissions hope to make the shortlist for Best Foreign-Language Film at the Oscars 2015.

  • Darko Lungulov
    News

    Here And There director Lungulov starts work on Monument

    2012-10-03T10:13:00Z

    Originally titled Monument To Michael Jackson, the black comedy will shoot for six weeks on location in Serbia and Macedonia.

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    Features

    Rising Romania

    2011-06-30T14:47:00Z

    Some of the world’s leading film-makers are scouting locations in a territory that is keeping busy despite having no financial incentives.

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    Features

    The Balkan answer

    2011-06-30T09:57:00Z

    With established film infrastructures and fascinating landscapes, Serbia and Croatia have been quietly luring productions away from the nearby centres of Prague and Budapest. Now both are introducing valuable tax incentives to give international producers two competitive new location hubs.

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    Features

    An appetite for Hungary

    2011-06-30T09:44:00Z

    As the territory’s popularity has soared, so have costs.

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    Features

    Reality Czech

    2011-06-30T09:39:00Z

    How are Eastern Europe’s established location strongholds responding to increased regional competition for footloose international projects? In the Czech Republic, which is very well-regarded by producers, its production rebate has already run dry this year

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    Features

    Sofia rides production wave

    2011-06-30T08:58:00Z

    Is there more to Bulgaria than low costs and a stunning New York City film set? And a case study of Kon-Tiki

  • News

    Besa joins Oscar race for Serbia

    2010-09-24T18:17:00Z

    The Serbian Academy Of Film Arts And Sciences has chosen veteran director Srdjan Karanovic’s Besa ( Solemn Promise ) as Serbia’s candidate for best foreign language film at the Academy Awards.

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    Features

    Sarajevo preview: Filmmakers join forces

    2010-07-13T15:57:00Z

    As south-eastern Europe’s film-makers join forces with each other and with producers and financiers from outside the region, Vladan Petkovic explores their rising ambitions and the key role of the Sarajevo Film Festival (July 23-31)

  • News

    The Woman With A Broken Nose sweeps unofficial Serbian awards

    2010-06-12T23:42:00Z

    Srdjan Koljevic’s The Woman With A Broken Nose won five awards in the national competition of Cinema City Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia.

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    Reviews

    Honeymoons

    2009-09-10T12:02:00Z

    Dir. Goran Paskaljevic. Serbia / Albania, 2009. 95 min.

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    News

    Ralph Fiennes revs up thrilling Coriolanus with Icon

    2009-05-17T06:00:00Z

    Ralph Fiennes spoke exclusively to ScreenDaily yesterday (May 16) about his directorial debut Coriolanus.