A mosaic-like story about the 47th October Salon, the largest contemporary art exhibition held in Serbia, as well as all the seemingly invisible aspects of such an apparently calm event. Envisioned by Europe's heavy weight German curator Rene Block as his last statement, the machinery of workers, beaurocrats and world famous artist are there to really make the exhibition happen. When a camera is pointed toward such an event in present day post-war transitional and timid Serbia, a humorous, witty and insightful story is told portraying artistic pursuit as an attempt to overcome the confusions of human condition. Featured Artists (in order of appearance): Endre Tot (Hungary/Germany), Yufen Qin (China), Milica Tomic (Serbia), Maria Kanervo (Finland), Jakob Dahlgren (Sweden), Abidin Adel (Iraq/Finland), Bjorn Norgaard (Denmark), Dan Perjovschi (Romania), Braco Dimitrijevic(Bosnia/France), Dragoljub Raša Todosijevic (Serbia), Carles Santos (Spain).
Love At Last
Alisa and Verica are best friends since childhood, but when faced with the most important decision for Romani women of marriage and sexual maturation they make entirely different decisions. Love at last is a docu-fiction love story about two young women and their coming of age in a heavily tabooed Roma community in southern Serbia. Love at Last is a boundary blurring documentary-fiction experiment where "actors" are reenacting their own personal stories with in a fiction film structure. Moreover the film's plot is mostly based on true stories collected from the community. Love At Last was shot on authentic locations with an entirely Roma non-actor youths cast.