remind you that this coming Sunday, screening of
two very interesting movies are planned under title
Short and Documentary Movies from Serbia:
"Rough Cut Lives" and "Casting".
will take place at The Avalon Theater,
5612 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Chevy Chase, Washington, DC
starting at 6:00 PM, Sunday, March 26, 2006.
are with english sub-titles.
suggested donation is $10 per person. All donations
are tax deductible and will be used for future activities of
The Orfelin Circle - presentation of Serbian culture and
its interaction with other cultures.
hope that you will join us!
Cut Lives" a film by Dragana Martinovic
(duration 65 minutes) (2002)
follows the everyday lives of four persons (all
aged between 24 and 30) who are facing the crucial
moments of their lives: they are all supposed to
leave their parents - everyone in his own way,
spiritually or physically. Each of the heroes carries
within himself the conflicts which are the
manifestation of the general problem of the lonely
person in a crowd of the individuals suffering
because of the discrepancy between desires and
- A South-East Europe transition film by
Goran Radovanovic (2003)
(duration 52 minutes)
survival, Serbia, pantyhose ... what do they have
in common? The girls that came for a part in the
pantyhose commercial with the slogan: "The Most
Beautiful step in Europe! Panties for Every Occasion:
Eurolook finally in Serbia Too!" suddenly became
protagonists of a full length documentary entitled
Casting reflecting the problems of transition
- Documenta Madrid, May 2004,
the prize for Best Social Values
- Sofia International Film Festival, March 2004,
- PlayDoc, 1. International Doc. Film Festival.
Tui, Spain, March 2005, Grand Prix