TOP FILMS FROM SERBIA


1 . *Neck in strawberries - Grlom u jagode 1975 Srđan Karanović
2 . *Hot Wind - Vruc vetar 1980 Aleksandar Djordjevic
3 . Radovan III 1983 Ljubomir Draskic
4 . *Opened Door - Otvorena vrata 1994 Biljana Srbljanović
5 . Who's That Singing Over There - Ko to tamo peva 1980 Slobodan Šijan
6 . The Marathon Family - Maratonci trce pocasni krug 1982 Slobodan Šijan
7 . Underground 1995 Emir Kusturica
8 . Black Cat, White Cat - Crna mačka, beli mačor 1998 Emir Kusturica
9 . *Harmonious Brothers - Slozna braca 1995 Nele Karajlić
10 . Time of the Gypsies - Dom za vešanje 1988 Emir Kusturica



11 . Balkan Spy - Balkanski spijun 1984 Dušan Kovačević
12 . Leptirica 1973 Djordje Kadijevic
13 . The Boy from Junkovca - Decak iz Junkovca 1995 Dejan Zecevic
14 . *The Storks Will Return - Vratice se rode 2007 Goran Gajić
15 . We Are Not Angels - Mi nismo anđeli 1992 Srdjan Dragojevic
16 . Varljivo leto '68 - The Elusive Summer of '68 1982 Goran Paskaljevic
17 . When Father Was Away on Business - Otac na sluzbenom putu 1985 Emir Kusturica
18 . Barking to the stars - Lajanje na zvezde 1998 Zdravko Sotra



19 . Three Cards to Hollywood - Tri karte za Holivud 1993 Bozidar 'Bota' Nikolic
20 . I Even Met Happy Gypsies - Skupljači perja 1967 Aleksandar Petrović
21 . Do You Remember Dolly Bell? - Sjecas li se Dolly Bell 1981 Emir Kusturica
22 . When I Am Dead and Gone - Kad budem mrtav i beo 1967 Zivojin Pavlovic
23 . The Wounds - Rane 1998 Srdjan Dragojevic
24 . Smallpox - Variola vera 1982 Goran Markovic
25 . Life is Miracle - Zivot je cudo 2004 Emir Kusturica
26 . Red Wheat - Rdece klasje 1970 Zivojin Pavlovic
27 . National Class - Nacionalna klasa 1979 Goran Markovic
28 . Innocence Unprotected - Nevinost bez zastite 1968 Dusan Makavejev



29 . Savior 1988 Predrag Antonijevic
30 . Pretty Village, Pretty Flame - Lepa sela lepo gore 1996 Srdjan Dragojevic
31 . Cabaret Balkan - Bure baruta 1998 Goran Paskaljevic
32 . W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism W.R. - Misterije organizma 1971 Dušan Makavejev
33 . Huddersfield - Haddrsfield 2007 Ivan Zivkovic
34 . The Trap - Klopka 2007 Srdan Golubović
35 . Tito and Me - Tito i ja 1992 Goran Marković
36 . Professional - Profesionalac 2003 Dusan Kovacevic
37. Montevideo, God Bless You! - Montevideo, bog te video: Prica prva 2010 Dragan Bjelogrlic

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

There are many TV series here, not movies (numbers 1,2,4,9,14), those films which are not Serbian (17,21 - Bosnian, 26-Slovenian), and even one stage play (3). However, some of them are not important at all (13,29,33). Being a Serb and highly familiar with my country's cinema, I would recommend these titles to put them instead: Specijalno vaspitanje, Vec vidjeno, Cudotvorni mac, Dogodilo se na danasnji dan, Decko koji obecava, Zivot i smrt porno bande, Kako je propao rokenrol, Davitelj protiv davitelja, Balkan ekspres (it's a Savior part 1) and Cuvar plaze u zimskom periodu.

Anonymous said...

I don't agree with you on some points you made. Film No. 33 (Huddersfield) is an excellent film and it is important. Films 17,21 (the former got Palme d'Or) are done by Emir Kusturica who considers himself to be Serbian director (but let's say they are Serbo-Bosnian films). You apparently used the setting of those films (and his another film on the list - Underground, which also won Palme d'Or) to determine their origin, which is silly.
I agree with you on the other points, and also appreciate your list of suggested films.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to correct myself
* I don't agree with you on some points you made. Film No. 33 (Huddersfield) is an excellent film and it is important. Films 17,21 (the former got Palme d'Or) are done by Emir Kusturica who considers himself to be Serbian director (but let's say they are Serbo-Bosnian films). You apparently used the setting of those films (AND his other films from the list, one of which is Underground, that also won Palme d'Or) to determine their origin, which is silly.
I agree with you on the other points, and also appreciate your list of suggested films.

Anonymous said...

You put some TV series(1-4). Beside that, order is OK, not bad, but it leaves the space for discussions. All in all, good work. :)

Anonymous said...

Emir Kusturica was a Bosnian director back then, he was born and grew up there, and lived until the 1990s. His movies are placed there because he is a Bosnian Muslim-turned Serb himself. Serbs are 33% of entire Bosnian population. You obviously don't know much about Bosnia,so I'm explaining to you. He come to Serbia when the war started. That's why ''Dolly Bell'' and ''Father on a Business Trip'' are Bosnian movies. Huddersfield is not a good movie - it is completely unadjusted for the movie expression (it was a theatre play before they decided to make a movie). Besides that, I don't see how you can place such unimportant movie over Three by Aleksandar Petrovic, Reflections by Goran Markovic, or WR: Mysteries of the Organism by Dusan Makavejev.

Anonymous said...

Kusturica is serbian director. Serbian means nationality. Nationality not depends of the place where you were born. He can be from Bosnia or from America, or from Zimbabwe but it doesn't mean that he is not serbian, right? People need to recognize the difference between Serbia like country and Serb like nacionality. It is not the same things. There are a lot of people in Serbia, with other nacionalityes. Sorry for my bad english. I just wanted to help, a lot of people doesnt know the difference...

Mario Gaborović said...

Then, by your judgment, "Rosemary's Baby" is a Polish movie while "Hair" is a Czech film.