Executive publisher
Concept, design and publishing
Artikulacija Production d.o.o.
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Tel/fax: +382 20 227 282, 227 445
Mob: +382 67 362 462
e-mail: [email protected]
www.artikulacija.me
Contents
Foreword
Films
Feature films
The Boys from Marks & Engels Street - Dječaci iz ulice Marksa i Engelsa
From Zero to Hero - Atomski zdesna
Post-production
The Origin of the World - Porijeklo svijeta
Montenegro – Montenegro
Tranquillity of Blood - Umir krvi
Co-Productions
To the Hilt - Story from the Wild East – Do Balčaka
Life Is Like A Trumpet – Život je truba
Barbarians – Varvari
Shorts
Strawberries – Jagode
Intro - Intro
In Production
Borders, Raindrops - Granice, kiše
The guardians of our treasure - Čuvari našeg blaga
Pre-production
Odysseus - Odisej
Hell less horrible - Pakao manje strašan
The Black Pin - Igla ispod praga
Kamp – Dušan Kasalica
Glava puna radosti – Branislav Milatović
Hotel Boka – Marija Perović
Au revoir – Branko Baletić
Documentary
The Structure of a Rock - Struktura stijene
Podgorica – Trieste – Titograd Podgorica - Trst- Titograd
Some Limitless Freedom - Neka beskrajna sloboda
Crazy about you - Lud za tobom
Njegos a biography - A night more precious than two centuries / Njegoš jedna biografija
- Noć skuplja dva vijeka
Festivals
Filmski Festival Herceg Novi - Montenegro Film Festival
INTERNATIONAL TV FESTIVAL BAR
Montenegro Film Festival of the Mediterranean
Montenegro film forum
Film Industry Contacts
Foreword
MONTENEGRIN CINEMA
Searching for a Place in the Sun...
Through the history, Montenegrin cinema is marked by many famous and prominent
authors (in Montenegro were born, and sometimes worked there authors such as Dusan Vukotic,
Veljko Bulajic, Zivko Nikolic, etc.); authentic films which easily communicated with audience
wherever they were shown; many collaborations with foreign co-producers;... and, then,
everything was put to sleep. It took time and new energy for finding the way how to establish
own film production.
The past ten years were very exciting for Montenegrin national cinema.
At the start of the previous decade, from Ministry of culture of Montenegro came
new initiative and funding plan which in short term had its results, so the new productions have
started and the films were made. In the meantime, more and more new film talents are being
educated which led to need for bigger engagement of the whole Montenegrin community.
The budget for films continually increases, and something that is important to emphasise is the
fact that in all films by Montenegrin authors the great number of talent and crew from region
and beyond is participating, which our film production confirms as inherently multicultural,
intercultural, cross-cultural product.
It was very interesting to follow the past decade in Montenegrin film, for many
reasons. New authors, new film staff; communication with own film legacy, but also the attempts
to be in balance with wider film community; establishing of the new standards in rather chaotic
circumstances; struggles with many setbacks and lack of understanding, but an enormous
enthusiasm to conquer the film, also, and above all.
Ever increasing number of foreign crews are coming to shoot in Montenegrin exciting
locations (mountains, Adriatic sea, vast beaches, old urban entities, etc.); new ambitious and
prestigious infrastructural projects are in the works; and the new Cinematography law, which will
ensure new encouraging framework for further growth and visibility, is being prepared. The films
which will have their premiere this year, and films which are in pre-production, also, announce the
decade of some kind of Montenegrin film renaissance.
We are inviting you to jointly participate in these matters.
The future is in the hand’s reach...
On the next pages we will represent you some short overview of the films which were
Montenegrin production and coproduction in the last few years, and some of the projects which
are in the pre-production phase.
Foreword
Welcome to Montenegro!
Released
The Kids from Marx & Engels Street
Dječaci iz ulice Marksa i Engelsa
From Zero to Hero
Atomski zdesna
The Kids from Marx & Engels Street
The Kids from Marx & Engels Street
Dječaci iz ulice Marksa i Engelsa
(90’, feature, HD, 2014)
Synopsis
Story about two brothers: in the same night - older brother (Stanko, 30) is going to kill a man for a
first time, and his 16-years brother (Vojo) is going to make love for the first time.
What seems to be easy – it is not at all at Balkans.
Production Companies
Galileo production
Ilije Plamenca VI/16, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
tel: +382 20 663 200,
e-mail: [email protected]
www.galileoproduction.com
Artikulacija production
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 68 240 440
[email protected]
www.artikulacija.me
RTCG
OR d.o.o.
Montenegro SAT
Embrio production
Released
Director Nikola Vukčević
Producers Nikola Vukčević, Ivan Đurović,
Rade Vojvodić, Nina Radžepagić, Dario
Domitrović, Ratko Jovanović
Screenplay Milica Piletić and Nikola Vukčević,
based on motives of the play “Instant” by Đorđe
Milosavljević
DoP Dimitrije Joković
Composer Vladimir Moritz
Set Designer Stanislav Nikičević
Costumes Jelena Đukanović
Cast Momčilo Otašević, Goran Bogdan, Emir
Hadžihafisbegović, Ana Sofrenović, Branka Stanić,
Branimir Popović, Nebojša Glogovac, Filip Djuretić,
Anđela Mićanović, Julija Milačić, Petar Burić, Petar
Božović, Ivo Vukčević, Fatmir Spahiu, Qendrim
Kqiku, Nikola Perišić, Slavko Kalezić ...
From Zero to Hero
From Zero to Hero Atomski zdesna
(90’ feature, HD, 2014) released
Synopsis
MLADEN (44) Belgrade born, is a timeshare salesman at Croatian Holiday resort. He is having an
affair with his colleague, SONJA (40), who is married to METOD (50) the chief sales manager who
learns about his wife’s infidelity. He assigns Mladen the toughest client - Omer, a Bosnian war
veteran, who doesn’t try to hide his aversion to Mladen. Everything becomes hopeless when
Omer’s three year old son Svendy falls over the edge of the hotel terrace and ends up in a hospital.
Grim mood that prevails among the potential buyers is about to ruin the sales. Sonja and Metod
blackmail Mladen to continue the sales at the hospital while Omer and his wife are waiting for
their son’s operation.
Released
Director Srđan Dragojević
Producers Biljana Prvanović, Miroslav
Ateljević, Ivan Đurović, Dragan Solak, Iva
Ateljević...
Co- producer Rade Vojvodić
Screenwriter Srđan Dragojević
Cinematography by Dusan Joksimović
Editing by Petar Marković
Cast Srdjan Todorović, Goran Navojac, Branko
Đurić, Tanja Ribič, Mima Karadžić, Zoran
Cvijanović, Mira Banjac, Dubravka Drakić, Miloš
Samolov, Hristina Popović, Mladen Nelević,
Mirko Vlahović…
Production companies
Delirium
Palackova 8
Belgrade, Serbia
Mob: +382 69 647 682
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Biljana Prvanović
Artikulacija production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 362 462
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Ivan Đurović
United Media, RTCG, RTS
Post Production
Shelters
Zakloni
Montenegro
Montenegro
Tranquillity of blood
Umir krvi
Shelters
Shelters
Zakloni
(25’, short)
Post Production
Synopsis
It’s a lazy end of the summer. There’re only lying in the sand and working on a tan. However, for
fourteen-year-old Luka, that summer will bring more than just jumping from the edge of the
abandoned submarine port with his friends. His mother disappears tragically and he moves out
to small coastal town with his aunt. There he refuses to take part in so-called life, but, besides his
emotional numbness, there’s sixteen-year-old Marta.
Written and directed by: Ivan Salatić
Producer: Jelena Mišeljić
DoP: Ivan Marković
Editor: Jelena Maksimović
CAST Luka Petrone, Jana Radan, Branka
Knežević, Jelena Đokić, Miloš Kašćelan, Petar
Pejaković
Production company
Cut-Up Production
Miljana Vukova 39
20000 Podgorica
Montenegro
www.cut-up.me
[email protected]
mob: +382 67 275 336
Contact person: Jelena Mišeljić
Montenegro
Montenegro Montenegro
Synopsis
Producer Peters Qubic
Co-producers Juan David Salazar, Viktor
Kristof, Igor A. Nola, Marjan Kockovic, Nina
Redzepagic, Edin Jasarovic
Writer/director Peters Qubic
Cinematographer Eliska Milackova
Editor Peters Qubic
Sound designer David Dotze
Production designer Marianna Stranska
Costume designer Marianna Stranska
Cast Ivana Vukovic, Jakub Gottwald, Pavel
Richta, Milena Nikolic, Brian Caspe, Petr Firt;
Production Companies
EasyFun Film
Pantheon Pictures
ThreeBrothers
OR Podgorica
Mainframe Production
Proconsilium
Post Production
Andjela is a confident and mysterious young woman, who decides to start an exciting and risky
road trip adventure to Montenegro, in company of her best friend and two strangers, as part of
a social experiment, which will prove her that life doesn’t have to be always driven by reason.
Tranquillity of blood
Tranquillity
of blood Umir krvi
(30’ short)
Post Production
Synopsis
In a small cemetery, on the ceremony attended by only few people and his wife, the man is buried.
Same night, wife comes to the cemetery and digs up the grave where they buried her husband. Man
emerges from the grave with his wife’s help, scarcely breathing. Together they go down the path to a
nearby abandoned watermill. The mill is already furnished to live in.
The man is father of the boy who few years ago in an unfortunate conflict with neighbor’s son lost his
life. He promised to have his revenge during his lifetime, so neighbors sent off their son. Now, believed
dead, he stays in the mill waiting for a neighbor/murderer to come back. During this time, his wife supplies him with food and clothing and closely monitors the house of their neighbors. After few months
living in the mill, father gradually realizes that the task he gave himself is meaningless. One morning,
neighbor/murderer arrives to his parent’s house. The wife sees that and goes to the mill to inform her
husband that the day of his revenge has arrived.
Producer Danijela Radulović, Nina
Redzepagić, Edin Jasarović
Director Senad Šahmanović
Screenwriter Stefan Bošković
DoP Daniel Mateić
Editor Vladimir Radovanović
Cast Marko Baćović, Jasna Đuričić, Marko
Pićurić, Jadranka Mamić, Emir Ćatović, Jelena
Simić
Production Company
OR- Production
Nina Redzepagić
Executive director
Novaka Miloševa 48
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
Tel/Fax:+ 382 20 230 047
Mob: + 382 67 568 110
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Co -Production
To the Hilt - Story from the Wild East
Do Balčaka
Life Is Like A Trumpet
Život je truba
Barbarians
Varvari
To the Hilt - Story from the Wild East
To the Hilt - Story from the Wild East
Do Balčaka
Released
Co -Production
Synopsis
This is a story from the Wild East. Macedonia, a small country in the heart of the Balkans, is five hundred years under the Turkish yoke. The action takes place in the post revolutionary period after 1903,
more precisely in the first decade of the 20th century. “To the Hilt” is a love quadrangle between a
cruel though romantic rebel, a merciless naturalized Turkish officer, an educated wealthy father’s son
and a lucid, spoiled and “avant-garde” European woman who has three of them wrapped around her
little finger. The film unveils a harsh though romantic story in which the eternal Macedonian cause for
own identity and independence is seen from the angle of illusion and relativity of freedom, justice,
love, happiness, sacrifice, lies and treason. All experienced with catharsis that rises up to the top. To be
more precise, all of the action is marked with the typical Balkans paradox lifted up to the level of the
undisputed philosophical maxima: “Fuck life if you are not ready to die for it”. This is a film about the
dialectical encounter between the myths and the anti-myths, a film in which legends and storytelling
face the ongoing reality of the cruel life through Macedonian history full of super historical absurd.
It’s an Anti Western, a counterpart of the traditional American Western or something we can freely
call Macedonian Eastern. This film breaks down the barriers of the space where western and eastern
civilization have intertwined for centuries.
Director Stole Popov
Producers Jordancho Chevreski,
Vladimir Anastasov
Co-producer Ivan Đurović
Editor Atanas Georgiev
Screenwriter Goran Stefanovski
Dop Apostol Trpeski
Production designer Milenko Jeremić
Cast Inti Šraj, Martin Jordanovski, Sashko
Kocev, Toni Mihajlovski, Miki Manojlović, Iskra
Veterova, Nikola Kojo, Senko Velinov, Nikola
Ristanovski
Production Companies
Triangle, Republic of Macedonia
Sektor Film, Republic of Macedonia
FX3X, Republic of Macedonia
Macedonian Radio-Television, Republic of
Macedonia
Artikulacija production, Montenegro
Life Is Like A Trumpet
Life Is Like A Trumpet Život je truba
(90’, feature, 2014) Postproduction
Synopsis
The trumpeter of Zagreb’s alternative jazz band is getting married. His name is Boris Buric, but he’s
known as Boro Bura. He has a nice life, lazy and joyful, until the moment his father presents him
with a wedding gift.
Director Antonio Nuić
Producer Boris T. Matić
Executive producer Lana Ujdur
Co- producers Ivan Đurović, Miha Černec
Scriptwriter Antonio Nuić
DoP Radislav Jovanov Gonzo
Sound Hrvoje Štefotić
Editing Marin Juranić
Cast Bojan Navojec, Iva Babić…
Production Companies
Propeler Film
Artikulacija production
Staragara
Baš čelik
Co -Production
For Bura’s father, the gift is a way to let his son be completely independent from them, but for
Bura the gift is responsibility he’s not ready for yet. Because of the gift, he will meet the part of
the world around himself he didn’t notice until then, despite his father as well as his brother are
belonging to that world. Because of the gift he will neglect the only true passion he has- playing
the music. He will start drinking too much, his band will fall apart. The gift will separate him from
his wife but get him closer to his brother. He will lose the gift, he won’t look for it again but will get
it back, under concrete conditions. Everything happens from September 10th until December
21st. Financial crisis is still on, worried faces are all over the TV, the summer is hotter than any other
before and Boro Bura becomes the husband, the father and better brother.
Barbarians
Barbarians Varvari
(87’, feature, HD, 2013) Released
Synopsis
Co -Production
Feb 17th 2008. Kosovo declares independence and Serbian government announces mass protests, so people could express their discontent. Luka, a troubled teenager on the verge of adulthood, lives in Mladenovac, a ruined ex-industrial town on the brinks of Belgrade, where, with his
best friend Flash, leads local football club fans. During an unannounced visit by the social worker,
Luka is faced with a family secret that his father, who was believed to had disappeared in Kosovo
conflicts, is in fact alive and asking for him. Torn between family issues, the pressure of his ongoing
parole and affection to a girl he can’t have, Luka loses his temper and breaks the leg of the local
club’s top player. He is now under pursuit from people who seek revenge because of their ruined
investment and even friends from his group take distance. The day of organized trip to Belgrade
protests comes and Luka uses this opportunity to leave town. As hooligans demonstrate their
rage in Belgrade streets, Luka gathers his strength to finally meet his father who abandoned him
years ago.
Director Ivan Ikić
Producer Milan Stojanović
Co-producers Nina Redžepagić, Zdenka Gol
Screenwriter Ivan Ikić
Cinematographer Miloš Jaćimović
Editor Dragan von Petrović
Production designer Zorana Petrov
Costumes Biljana Grgur
Sound designer Vladimir Zivkovic, Srdjan
Kurpjel
Cast Željko Marković, Nenad Petrović, Jasna
Đuričić, Mirko Vlahović, Marina Vodeničar
Production Companies
SENSE Production, Belgrade;
OR, Podgorica;
Spiritus Movens, Zagreb
Shorts
Strawberries
Jagode
Intro
Intro
Strawberries
Strawberries Jagode
(15’, short, 2013) Released
Synopsis
Intimate story, gradually reveals mysterious relationship of a couple living a quite isolated life, but
with good mutual relationship. Nevertheless, a problem lies ahead, but it is not unfolded until the
very end. A very interesting twist at the end gives us a completely different view of our heroes.
Short
Director Jelena Milošević
Director assistant: Gojko Berkuljan
Scriptwriter Jelena Milošević
Producer Jelena Milošević
DoP: Goran Kovačević
Cast Julija Milačić, Bojana Malinovska,
Momčilo Otašević
Production Company
Montenegrofilm d.o.o.
Donje Polje 39
81250 Cetinje, Montenegro
mob: +38267537298
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Jelena Milošević
Intro
Intro Intro
(23 min, short, 2013) pre-production
Synopsis
Our character lives in a small coastal village with his parents, spending boring days filled with
hard work in the shipyard. Ana is his only friend, but for Andrej, it is more than just friendship. His
every attempt to show her emotions is awkward. The end of the summer and the beginning of
the war is on the border. Andrej gets a call and leaves with army, but what he has to face is right
there in front of him.
Short
Director Ivan Salatić
Producers Ivan Salatić
Screenwriters Ivan Salatić
DoP Ivan Marković
Cast Petar Novaković, Bojana Malinovska,
Branka Knežević
Production companies
Cinemapolis, Faculty of Drama Arts
Cetinje
Contact person
Ivan Salatić
Montenegro
tel: +382 67 678 501
e-mail [email protected]
In Production
Borders, Raindrops
Granice, kiše
The guardians of our treasure
Čuvari našeg blaga
Borders, Raindrops
Borders, Raindrops Granice, kiše
Synopsis
Director Nikola Mijović, Vlastimir Sudar
Producers Tihomir Tika Stanić, Predrag Karlo
Kalezić
Co-produsers Balkan film (Bosnia &
Herzegovina), Filmmakers’ Association of
Montenegro - UFSCG (Montenegro), Media
Plus (Serbia), Goraton (Montenegro)
Screenplay Nikola Mijović, Vlastimir Sudar
Production company
Filmmakers’ Association of Montenegro UFSCG
Bulevar revolucije 78, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
tel:+382 20 245 377
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Predrag Karlo Kalezić
In Production
Jagoda is a bright urban girl. Her parents are divorced, and her brother lives abroad. It is summer;
she is visiting her extended family in the countryside, seeking time and space to prepare for her
university exams. Slowly, she establishes a bond with her cousin Zdravko, who runs a farm with
his parents in the declining small village in the mountains of Montenegro, high above the sea. His
life revolves around vineyards, orchards, domestic animals and the peculiar elderly members of
the family. Zdravko has no siblings and feels pressure because the future of the community rests
on him. He is building a new house for himself but, at 39, he is still single. There are no young
women in Zdravko’s village. A flashback shows him as a teenage boy infatuated with the East German ice skater Katarina Witt. More than twenty years later, he has hardly moved on – her poster
still hangs on the wall above his bed. But there is no sign of any real romance in his life.
The guardians of our treasure
The guardians of our treasure
Čuvari našeg blaga
(30’ short)
Synopsis
Montenegrin cultural heritage, combined with a growing cultural tourism represents, currently
the world’s liveliest example of the continuity of spiritual creation. Visual narrative of this
project follows several authentic documentaries that tell the story and emphasize the most
authentic and the most prominent practices in the vibrant cultural practice of Montenegro.
Montenegro recently listed and recorded over 300 sustainable elements of cultural heritage,
therefore it has an unlimited resource of intangible cultural capital. Risk of extinction of these
valuable and compelling social artifacts, is a reality to the generations which has no capacity
to recycle its values in modern times. Therefore, the purpose of this project is to reflect the fact
that the intangible cultural heritage of Montenegro could be preserved as a cultural capital of
the Europe.
In Production
Director Gojko Berkuljan
Producers Nina Redzepagic, Edin Jasarovic,
Drasko Djuranovic, Lazar Misurovic,
Writer Balsa Pocek
Cinematographer Nemanja Dabanovic
Production Companies
Info Biro Montenegro
Đoka Miraševića 67 a
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/ fax +382 20 269 305
mob +382 635 772
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Lazar Mišurović
www.infobiro.tv
OR-Production
Nina Redzepagic
Executive director
Novaka Miloševa 48
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
Tel/Fax:+ 382 20 230 047
Mob: + 382 67 568 110
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Pre-production
Odysseus
Odisej
Hell less horrible
Pakao manje strašan
The Black Pin
Igla ispod praga
The Camp
Kamp
A Head Full of Joy
Puna glava radosti
Hotel Boka
Hotel Boka
Au revoir, Montenegro!
Au revoir, Montenegro!
Odysseus
Odysseus Odisej
(feature, 35mm) Cinelink selection 2011
Synopsis
Pre Production
The Father, gray haired and in old-fashioned raincoat, has been searching obsessively for his missing
son for years. The son has disappeared during the ex-Yugoslav wars and with every passing day it is
harder to find any trace, but Father is meticulous and carefully follows every, even the smallest, hint.
He wants to know the truth.
During his quest/wandering, he meets many people with various customs and fates, war’s leftovers...
Eventually, he meets Woman who will connect him with criminal underground. After their cruel and
profitable participation in the wars, they now trade information about missing people, which they
probably executed.
Father meets them, but the information that he gets will face him with unexpected dilemma.
Director Andro Martinović
Producers Sehad Čekić, Ivan Đurović
Screenplay Andrej Nikolejdis, Josip Mlakić,
Andro Martinović
Production Company
Artikulacija production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +38220227282, 227445
mob: +38267362462
e-mail: [email protected]
www.artikulacija.me
Contact person: Ivan Đurović
Hell less horrible
Hell less horrible Pakao manje strašan
(110’ , feature)
Synopsis
Director Gojko Berkuljan
Executive producer Vladimir Vučinić
Screenplay Dragana Tripković, Vasko
Raičević, Stefan Bošković
DoP Vladimir Vučinić
Set Designer by Dragan Dragović
Production Company
Cinefocus
Svetozara Markovića 12, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
tel/fax: +382 20 273 314
mob: +382 67 26 26 26
e-mail: [email protected]
www.cine-focus.com
Contact person: Vladimir Vučinić
Pre Production
Three stories connected into one by loose narrative lines. Contemporary treatment of
archetypical scenes deals with key existential terms: love, death, sacrifice,... Quotes included
in the whole, and contained in almost every detail, guide us to an attempt of new reading of
universal themes. Thus, first story (The Marriage) tells us about the man who regularly visits the
same prostitute every night simulating marriage; traditional forms and rituals of behaving show
hollow shell. In the second story (Service) the young man, after the bachelor’s party, wakes in
the hotel and in his bed finds dead prostitute. In order to get out of the situation he will need
the service which will put his love on the greatest temptation. Third story (The Return) is, in
some way, closing of the circuit: young man who is in platonic love with, for him, inaccessible
girl, gets in paradoxical situation to be alone with her only in the moment, when she’s dead.
The Black Pin
The Black Pin Igla ispod praga
(90’, feature)
Synopsis
Father Peter is afraid that universe is indifferent. God no longer intervenes. His wife abandoned him.
His son rebels against him. And his mother seldom recognizes him thanks to Alzheimer’s.
When Peter becomes an obstacle to a large property sale in his parish, the group of colorful, but also
vengeful villagers decides to chase him away. Their creative ways made entire superstitious village
believe that Peter is the cause of all troubles on the peninsula.
Their clash escalates on a funeral of a supposed witch that they turn into surreal mayhem. Peter’s
faith in people completely vanishes, but his enemies may show kindness when he needs it the
most.
Pre Production
Production Company
Adriatic Western
Montenegro
+382 69 469 314
[email protected]
www.adriaticwestern.com
Director and scriptwriter Ivan Marinović
Producers Ivan Marinović, Jelena Mišeljić
Co-Producer Mina Đukić
DoP Milos Jaćimović
Co-producer
Kiselo Dete
Serbia
www.kiselodete.com
The Camp
The Camp Kamp
(25’, short)
Synopsis
CREW
Written and directed by: Dušan Kasalica
Producer: Jelena Mišeljić
Production Company
Cut-Up Production
Miljana Vukova 39
20000 Podgorica
Montenegro
www.cut-up.me
[email protected]
Pre Production
It seems as if this summer is the slowest ever for kids at the weight-loss programme. The programme
is taking place in half-abandoned socialist resort, far from the city, where kids are struggling with
daily activities, exercise, preparing the choreography and eating veggies. Nevertheless, the strict
routine, managed by obsessive trainer, is not the only thing the kids are planning during those days.
A Head Full of Joy
A Head Full of Joy Puna glava radosti
(20’ , short)
Synopsis
A middle-aged man goes to a psychoanalyst, at the insistence of his mother, but without belief
that session could help him in any way. After the initial discontent and anxiety, he gets involved
into the therapy more deeply, and when he leaves the psychotherapist` s office he finds himself
in a good mood, he is almost euphoric. But his wrongly parked car will be a good enough
reason for him to return to the dark room of his own psychosis and to swoop down to the
reality in a brutal, violent way.
Pre Production
Directed by: Branislav Milatović
Screenwriters: Ognjen Spahić & Branislav
Milatović
Produced by: Slobodan Milatović, Ivan
Đurović, Jelena Filipović
Director of photography: Ivan Kostić
Editing: Vladimir Radovanović
Sound: Bobo Stanišić
CAST
Slavko Štimac, Marko Baćović
Production companies
Artikulacija Production
Montenegro Art Production
[email protected] Vee Production
Hotel Boka
Hotel Boka Hotel Boka
Synopsis
Through a fairy-tale life story of local musician Mirko, the film unfolds the groundbreaking historical
and civilisation moments of the 20th century in both Montenegro and Europe: from the times of
Austria-Hungary’s foundation, to the establishment of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
(SHS), up to the massive 1979 earthquake. This is when Boka Hotel disappears, along with an era.
Director: Marija Perović
Screenwriter: Maja Todorović, Stevan
Koprivica, Marija Perović
Producers: Nina Redzepagić, Edin Jasarović
Production Company
OR – Production
Nina Redzepagic
Executive director
Novaka Miloševa 48
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
Tel/Fax:+ 382 20 230 047
Mob: + 382 67 568 110
E-mail: [email protected]
Pre Production
A music chapel, headed by young clarinettist Mirko, has been hired to perform at the Boka Hotel’s
opening ceremony in the town of Herceg Novi. Europe is facing the outbreak of an all-out war,
and its reflections are being felt in the glamorous hotel, too. Sports and architectural icon Momcilo
Tapavica introduces young musicians to the secret of hertz minute – a way to reaching a kind of
perfection. Mirko, during a life-and-death struggle, reaches the hertz minute and gets rewarded
with eternal youth. This turns out to be also his curse, for he becomes witness to and a player in
family alienation, but also in all the changes resulting from war, politics and civilization pooled into
Herceg Novi, as a metaphorical setting for the entire Europe of the time.
Au revoir, Montenegro!
Au revoir, Montenegro!
Synopsis
Pre Production
This is a love story in the shadow of war, 1806-1807, between wife of French Marshal de Marmont
and one Montenegrin. In the film we follow the fate of two marginal people, whose spiritual,
moral and physical bond is stronger than all evil of the world in times in which they live. Their love,
although tragically ended, will be pledge for future, for better tradition among the great world and
Montenegro.
Directed by Branko Baletic
Production: B-Film Montenegro
(Montenegro), Paris Production (France),
WIP (Serbia), Living Pictures (Serbia), EFA
Produkcija (Macedonia).
Production Company
B-Film Montenegro
Add. V proleterske, zgrada Normal, ulaz
VI, I/4,
81 000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Tel. +382 (0)67 659 295
Fax. +382 (0)20 232 015
[email protected]
Contact person: Milena Radonjic
Documentary
Crazy about you
Lud za tobom
The Structure of a Rock
Struktura stijene
Podgorica – Trieste – Titograd
Podgorica - Trst- Titograd
Some Limitless Freedom
Neka beskrajna sloboda
Njegos a biography - A night more precious
than two centuries
Njegoš jedna biografija - Noć skuplja dva vijeka
Crazy about you
Crazy about you Lud za tobom
(45’, documentary, HD/ DCP, 2013)
Synopsis
The film follows lives of residents of mental institution “Komanski most” for a year. At hyperrealistic way, the film deals with the most intimate aspects of their lives, and through different
situations, comical, shocking and sad, the heroes of the film reveal their different world, parallel
to ours.
Documentary
Production companies
Koala production
Ivana Milutinovica 17
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
e-mail: [email protected],
[email protected]
mob: +392 69 221 149
Contact person Danilo Marunović
Director Danilo Marunović
Producers Danilo Marunović, Ivan Djurović
Screenplay Danilo Marunović
DoP Vladimir Vučinić
Edited by Igor Bakić
Music Enes Tahirović
Artikulacija production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 362 462
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Ivan Đurović
Podgorica – Trieste – Titograd
Podgorica – Trieste – Titograd
Podgorica - Trst- Titograd
(74 min, feature, HD, 2014) pre-production
Synopsis
Director Ivan Djurović
Scriptwriter Ivan Djurović
Producer Ivan Djurović
Based on the idea of Igor Mitrić
Cast Igor Mitrić Aleksandar Čarapić + ex Yu
celebrities, pop icons.
Production Company
Artikulacija production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +38220227282, 227445
mob: +38267362462
e-mail: [email protected]
www.artikulacija.me
Contact person: Ivan Đurović, CEO
Documentary
The film about one generation that is born in some kind of limbo based on “bon vivant socialism,
pop-cultural knick-knack” whose quasi-safety was destroyed by the most primitive nationalism
and the most retrograde transition process. By going down the old road, in old Fica (Fiat 750) they
are trying to answer dilemma if they are, like one of them says, “the best harvest” or just their old
country’s paradigm.
Some Limitless Freedom
Some Limitless Freedom Neka beskrajna sloboda
(29 min, documentary, 2013) released
Synopsis
Documentary
In this film on choreography performance, the dance stands for gesture and movement. Young
actors by gesture and dance free their emotions, uncertainly, fears, need for closeness, and they
tried to overcome the lack of communication.Did “some limitless freedom” create a special intimacy between two young actors-performers, Carmen and Petar? Motive, celebrating the Dance day,
through animation and invisible dance theater, is important for the montage finale of the film, but
the main motive became the nonverbal account on releasing the emotions... This is a first documentary film about dance in Montenegro, done by students and professors of Faculty Of Drama
Arts of Cetinje. Last sequence of the film is a street performance done in Podgorica and Cetinje
Director Marija Perovic
Producer Sanja Garic
Screenwriter Marija Perović and Sanja Garić
Cinematographer Željko Bracanović
Editor Željko Bracanović
Composer Classical music and chosen music
by Sanja Garić
Other creative contributors
Karmen Bardak, Petar Novaković, Bojana Knežević, Slavko Kalezić, Aleksandar
Radulović, Sanja Vujisić, Maja Stojanović,
Anđelija Rondović, Jovan Dabović, Filip
Đuretić, Jelica Bulatović, Manja Pavićević,
Danilo Papić, Saša Brajović, Balša Poček
Production
Faculty of Drama Arts, Cetinje
NGO Allegro
The Structure of a Rock
The Structure of a Rock Struktura stijene
(120’, 35mm / DCP, 2012-2014) in production
Synopsis
In a beautiful Montenegrin karst stone region, Italian diplomat decides to build a house. A local
family, the Jankovics, who have sold him their ancestral land are hired to do the stonemasonry.
Luckily, they have the Serbian architect Goran who helps them communicate and interact. Goran
befriends the Jankovics and gradually finds out about their hard and joyful life, about techniques
used to work with karst rocks, the lack of water and arable land, wine and grappa, beehives, their
love for hunting, the poverty of the region, people who can talk to snakes, and many other unbelievable customs.
Production
MAIN PRODUCER (COMPANY): Ceresa FIlms
ADDRESS: 8 rue Meynadier 75019
Paris - FRANCE
TEL: +33 (0) 1 42 06 33 02
GSM: +33 (0) 6 11 30 86 45
E-MAIL: [email protected]
WEB: www.ceresa-films.com
CONTACT PERSON: Adriana Ferrarese
Co-Production
NVO Crnogorski filmski festival
ADDRESS : Njegoševa 34, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
GSM: +38267242483
E-MAIL: [email protected], vukperovic@
gmail.com
WEB: www.underhillfest.me
CONTACT PERSON: Vuk Perović
Documentary
Director Vladimir Todorović
Cast Jankovići Sergio Barbanti Goran Andrejin Sonja Dubak
Njegos a biography – A night more precious than two centuries
Njegos a biography – A night more precious
than two centuries
Njegoš jedna biografija – Noć skuplja dva vijeka
Synopsis
Documentary
This is a documentary movie about Njegos, made from archives materials. Through this we tried
to make feature film and tell the biography of the man who was Bishop and ruler and above
all a great poet. Petar II Petrović Njegos was born in Njeguši in 1813. He was Prince - Bishop of
Montenegro and one of the greatest Montenegrin poets. Highly respected and loved as a leader,
Njegoš left behind a rich legacy of literature including ‘The Mountain Wreath’, ‘The Ray of the
Microcosm’, ‘The False Tsar Stephen the Little’. He died shortly before his 38th birthday and was
buried on Mount Lovćen.
Director BrankoBaletić
DOP Vladimir Vučinić
Editor Milo Lekić
Composer Leo Đokaj
Sound Design JovoKljajić
Producer Branko Baletić
Co-Producer Milena Radonjić
Production Companies
MONTENEGRIN CINEMATHEQUE
Miljana Vukova 59, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
ph: +382 20 232016
[email protected]
http://www.kinoteka.me/
B-FILM MONTENEGRO
V Proleterske, ZgradaNormal, Ulaz VI, I/4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
ph. +382 67 659295
[email protected]
CONTACT PERSON: Milena Radonjić
Festivals
FILM FESTIVAL HERCEG NOVI
MONTENEGRO FILM FESTIVAL
INTERNATIONAL TV FESTIVAL BAR
Montenegro Film Festival
of the Mediterranean
MONTENEGRO FILM FORUM
FILM FESTIVAL HERCEG NOVI
MONTENEGRO FILM FESTIVAL
Film festival Herceg Novi- Montenegro Film Festival is of special importance to the
culture of Montenegro. At the Festival we show films of various authors coming from Southeastern
Europe, from Spain to Romania, from Mediteranean to Balkan countries.
It is organized every year in the first week of August and has 4 categories (Competitive,
Revue, Documentary and Student’s movies) at four open stages.
During the last year’s edition it is showed over 90 films, many of them coming from
various European countries. During the years, Montenegro Film Festival has become one of
the most important cultural, as well as touristic, events in Herceg Novi and entire country of
Montenegro.
This year we organize it for the 28th time.
Contact:
Festivals
Filmski Festival Herceg Novi
Montenegro Film Festival
Njegoševa St.
85340 Herceg Novi, Montenegro
tel: +382 31 509 032
+382 67 509 032
fax: +382 31 323 072
e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
www.ffhn.me
Contact person: Zoran Živković, director
INTERNATIONAL TV FESTIVAL BAR
The International TV festival Bar is one of the largest media (TV) events in South East
Europe, it is recognized as highly important manifestation for Montenegrin culture.
International TV festival takes place in the last week of October, and every year it gets
bigger and more successful. This year we organize TV Festival in Bar for the 19th time.
The Festival has the following competitive categories: Documentary programme /
research TV programme; Feature programme – TV film and TV series; Documentary programmes
on ecology and tourism; Children’s TV programme, Short TV forms – commercials, music video,
experimental / art video, short fiction, and many additional programmes.
Contact:
Festivals
INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION FESTIVAL BAR
Jovana Tomasevica St.
85 000 Bar, Montenegro
tel: +382 30 30 30 53,
+382 69 15 10 15
fax: +382 30 30 30 52
e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
www.tvfestbar.com
Contact person: Ljiljana Djindjinović, director
Montenegro Film Festival
of the Mediterranean
Montenegro Film Festival of the Mediterranean – MOFFEM is a biennial film event, held in Kotor
in September. The youngest film festival in Montenegro has succedeed, with its first short 2012
edition, both in positioning itself as the manifestation of special importance for the UNESCOprotected city of Kotor and in becoming one of the cultural leaders of the Mediterranean region.
Various festival segments (competition, documentary/short films, Cinemagora, Focus, Homage),
reflect innovativeness and originality in its very focus on the rich, yet neglected, auteur film production of the Mediterranean. The main festival awards include financial prizes.
The 2nd edition will be held from 30th August-6th September 2014.
Contact:
Festivals
Montenegro Film Festival of the Mediterranean – MOFFEM Kotor
Crnogorskih serdara bb
81000 Podgorica
Tel: + 382 20 623 763
Cell: + 382 (0) 67 389 813
Email: [email protected]
www.moffem.com
Contact person: Maja Bogojevic, Director
Montenegro Film Forum is event which getter film professionals from the region and
the Europe to discuss the challenges and possibilities, not only for Montenegrin but for regional
cinematography.
Through the different themes and discussion subjects on the Montenegro Film Forum, participants talk about current status in the region, co-productions, possibilities of associating and promoting regional film and production service to European and world wide spaces.
Montenegro Film Forum gets bigger and more successful every year.
Contact:
Festivals
Artikulacija Production
NGO Montenegro Film Forum
Malo brdo N3/N4
Podgorica, Montenegro
Info: +382 68 240 440
+382 67 362 462
[email protected]
[email protected]
Contact person: Ivan Djurovic
Marina Abramović
Community Center, Obod, Cetinje
The Marina Abramović Community Center, Obod, Cetinje is an important project that will
contribute to the economic growth not only of Cetinje, but of Montenegro as a whole.
The Obod factory complex covers an area of 133, 000 square metres. It consists of 28 huge
industrial halls that were once used for manufacturing refrigerators. A small park is located at
the heart of the complex. There is a dining hall that can seat up to 10,000 people. In the annex
next to the dining hall there is one smaller complex consisting of a reception hall, conference
hall, as well as a small auditorium.
The mission of MACCOC is to transform this factory complex into a community centre that will
have multi-functional uses.
1. MACCOC will have a technology park, a gas facility (which already exists there), business
incubators, small-trade clusters, a distribution centre, a fairground area, a hotel, shopping
centre (that will include a convenience store, shops, a restaurant, a ten-pin bowling club, etc.);
2. MACCOC will have a printing press;
3. MACCOC will have production houses and a film studio;
4. MACCOC will have a centre for TV, radio and Internet broadcasting;
5. MACCOC will have premises for the production and presentation of art, dance, theatre, film,
video, music and opera;
6. MACCOC will create theatre spaces, aimed at local and international theatre productions, for
shows and rehearsals;
7. MACCOC will be dedicated to creating and presenting interdisciplinary public debates on
various art courses, culture, science, technology, spirituality and architecture;
8. MACCOC will devote one of its factory halls to a permanent collection of artworks in various
media, produced at the “Obod” location.
9. MACCOC will host an international exchange programme of performance artists, writers,
musicians, dancers, actors and scientists;
10. MACCOC will support research programmes related to performance studies with full access
to a video archive;
Festivals
11. MACCOC will cooperate with universities and the local community, as well as with colleges
and universities worldwide on projects and activities of mutual interest.
At this moment, world famous architect Rem Koolhaas, and his team from OMA office in New
York are working on master plan for MACCOC. This master plan is expected to be finished
within the next two months.
Film Industry Contacts
Production
Adriatic Western d.o.o.
Zelenika 36
85346 Herceg Novi
Montenegro
Contact person: Ivan Marinović
Mobile: +382 69 469 314
E-mail: [email protected]
AMC Budva
AMC Communications,
Trg palmi, 85310 Budva, Montenegro
tel: +382 33 402 204, 452 103
fax: +382 33 452 295
e-mail: [email protected]
www.amc.co.me
Artikulacija production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +38220227282, 227445
mob: +38267362462
e-mail: [email protected]
www.artikulacija.me
Contact person: Ivan Đurović, CEO
Andromeda Production
Peka Pavlovica 83, 81250 Cetinje, Montenegro
tel. +382 69 182 227, +382 69182 228
email: [email protected]
Contact person: Ivana Mrvaljević
B-film Montenegro
V Proleterska, ulaz 6, sprat ¼
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Contact person: Milena Radonjić
tel: +382 20 656 501
mob: +382 67 810 200, +382 67 659 295
e-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Cinefocus
Svetozara Markovića 12, 81000 Podgorica,
Montenegro
tel/Fax: +382 20 273 314
mob: +382 67 26 26 26
e-mail: [email protected]
web: www.cine-focus.com
Cut-Up Production
Miljana Vukova 39
81000 Podgorica
Montenegro
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: +382 67 275 336
www.cut-up.me
Contact person:
Jelena Mišeljić
Dogma Studio
Trifuna Djukica 96
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +382 20 290 155
mob: + 382 69 081 978
e-mail: [email protected]
www.dogma.co.me
Contact person: Željko Sošić
DOO FILM
Ruske kule M1/96
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Besim Abazović
[email protected]
Galileo Production
Ilije Plamenca b.b., ulaz 6, stan 16
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 258 049
e-mail: [email protected]
www.galileoproduction.com
www.galileoproduction.info
Contact person: Nikola Vukčević
Goraton d.o.o.
Ul. Vuka Karadžića 4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 20 248 007
e-mail: [email protected]
www.goraton.com
Info Biro Montenegro
Đoka Miraševića 67 a
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/ fax +382 20 269 305
mob +382 635 772
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Lazar Mišurović
www.infobiro.tv
Hoodie production
Bokeška 21, Podgorica, Montenegro
mob +382 69 961 238
+369 878 336
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact persons: Marko Maraš, Sara Radović
Katun Movies
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +38267423053
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Marija Perović
MAT film
Marka Miljanova 69,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +382 20 231 727
e-mail: [email protected]
MAPA
(Montenegro Advertising and
Production Agency)
Juzna tribina stadiona Buducnosti
19. decembra br.13
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +38220664282, 664283, 664711, 664712
fax: +38220664-285
e-mail: [email protected]
www.mapa.co.me
MM Production Montenegro
Jadranski put b.b.
85310 Budva, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 399 237
e-mail: [email protected]
Montenegro film d.o.o.
Donje Polje 39
81250 Cetinje, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 537 298
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Jelena Milošević
OR d.o.o.
Novaka Miloševa 48
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
Tel/Fax:+ 382 20 230 047
Mob: + 382 67 568 110
Pitchnick production
Montenegro
[email protected]
Contact person: Đorđije Mirović
Red Production d.o.o.
85336 Perast, Montenegro
tel. +382 82 373 516
e-mail: [email protected]
www.redproduction.me
S MEDIA MONTENEGRO DOO
mob: +382 67 637 262
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Svetlana Sošić
[email protected] d.o.o.
Novaka Miloševa 38
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 69 011 006
e-mail: [email protected]
www.jatv.me
Contact person: Jelena Filipović
Distribution
Artikulacija Production
Malo brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Info: +382 68 240 440
+382 67 362 462
[email protected]
Contact person: Ivan Djurovic
Podgorica film
Trg Božane Vučinić 8,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +38269014832, +38268014832
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Miodrag Popović
Festivals / Forums
Filmski Festival Herceg Novi
Montenegro Film Festival
Njegoševa bb,
85340 Herceg Novi, Montenegro
tel: +382 31 509 032
+382 67 509 032
fax: +382 31 323 072
e-mail: [email protected], svetlana.sosic@
ffhn.me
www.ffhn.me
Contact persons: Zoran Živković
Televizijski festival Bar –
International TV Festival bar
Jovana Tomaševića 57
85000 Bar, Montenegro
tel/fax: + 382 30 30 30 52
tel: + 382 30 30 30 53
mob: + 382 69 15 10 15
e-mail: [email protected]
www.tvfestbar.com
Contact person: Ljiljana Đinđinović
Marija Perović
AVI fest
KIC „Budo Tomović“, poštanski fah 414
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 67 594 755, +382 69 675 834
e-mail: [email protected],
[email protected]
www.avifest.org
Contact persons: Vladimir Vučinić, Saša
Vukotić
Ex-Yu Fest
Trg Božane Vučinić 8,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +38269014832, +38268014832
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Miodrag Popović
UnderhillFest
Njegoševa 34
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
mob: +382 67 632 331
e-mail: [email protected]
www.underhillfest.me
Contact person: Anđelka Nenezić
Montenegro Film Festival
of the Mediterranean – MOFFEM Kotor
Crnogorskih serdara bb
81000 Podgorica
Tel: + 382 20 623 763
Cell: + 382 (0) 67 389 813
Email: [email protected]
www.moffem.com
Contact person: Maja Bogojevic, Director
Film autumn in Mojkovac
Ulica Njegoseva BB
84205, Mojkovac, Montenegro
tel: +382 50 472 325
Montenegro Film Forum
Address: Malo Brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Info: +382 20 227 282
fax: +382 20 227 445
mobile: +382 68 240 440
e-mail: [email protected]
www.mfforum.me
Contact person: Ivan Đurović
Artistic organizations
Jump Cut
Jovana Tomaševića 35,
85000 Bar, Montenegro
tel: +38267542987
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Nemanja Bečanović
Pro-story
Brijeg Ćukovića 1,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 20 602 625
e-mail: [email protected]
www.pro-story.org
Minirama
Address: Malo Brdo N3/N4
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
Info: +382 20 227 282
fax: +382 20 227 445
mob: +382 67 362 462
e-mail: [email protected]
www.minirama.me
Contact person: Ilija Brkanović
NGO Koala production
Ivana Milutinovica 17
81000 Podgorica Montenegro
e-mail: [email protected],
[email protected]
mob: +392 69 221 149
Contact person: Danilo Marunović
Public institutions,
Societies & Education:
Crnogorska kinoteka Film Archive of Montenegro
Miljana Vukova 59,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 20 232 016
fax: +382 20 232 015
e-mail: [email protected]
www.cg-kinoteka.org
Udruženje filmskih stvaralaca Crne Gore –
Filmmaker’s Association of Montenegro
Bulevar Revolucije 73,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel/fax: +382 20 245 377
e-mail: [email protected]
Fakultet dramskih umjetnosti –
Faculty of Drama Arts
University of Montenegro
Baja Pivljanina 5,
81250 Cetinje, Montenegro
Tel: +382 41 231 460
Fax: +382 41 233 623
e-mail: [email protected]
www.fdu.ac.me
NGO Montenegro Art production
Malo brdo V1/10,
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro,
+382 67 481 057
e-mail: [email protected]
Contact person: Slobodan Milatović
Fakultet vizuelnih umjetnosti –
Faculty for Visual Arts
University Mediteran
Vaka Đurovića b.b.
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 20 409 222
fax: +382 20 409 233
e-mail: [email protected]
www.fvu.me
NGO Cinemapolis
Ul. Kralja Nikole 291
81000 Podgorica
Montenegro
mob: +382 69 835 408
e-mail: [email protected]
contact persons:
Dusan Kasalica ([email protected])
Jelena Miseljic ([email protected])
Fakultet umjetnosti –
Faculty of Arts
University Donja Gorica (UDG)
Donja Gorica b.b.
81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
tel: +382 20 410 777
fax: +382 20 410 766
e-mail: [email protected]
www.udgedu.me
With support of
Montenegro
MINISTRY OF CULTURE
Njegoseva St. , Cetinje, Montenegro
Tel: +382 41 232 570
Fax: +382 41 232 572
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.mku.gov.me
With support of
Montenegro
MINISTRY OF CULTURE
Download

- South-East European Pavilion