11th Festival of Serbian Fantasy Film (FSFF) will be held at Belgrade Youth Center from the 30th of September to the 3rd of October. Festival is organized by the association “Young shots” situated in Belgrade, with the support of the Ministry of culture and information, Belgrade Youth Centre and Film center Serbia.
The competition program of this year’s festival will contain thirty movies from all around the world (Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, USA, Russia, Italy, Spain, France and Denmark). More than five hundred authors have submitted their movies, competing for the main prize the Oskull.
A Belgrade jazz duo consisting of Katarina Ranković and Teodora Sarić will open the festival on September 30th along with the movie “Incarnation” directed by Filip Kovacevic.
In addition, on the same day, the 4th Belgrade Zombie walk will start from Belgrade Youth Center where more than three hundred followers will make a tour circling around the city center.
On the second day of the Festival, on October 1st, Russian director Viktor Boulankin will hold a master class on the theme of Russian horror movie.
During the Festival, along the main program, visitors will have opportunity to see costume exhibition “Pumpkin workshop”, illustrations of Igor Krstić and Miodrag Jovanović, photos of Milene Pešut, and also to enjoy promotion of the new book of Nemanja Jovanov “Whiteness” (Belina).
There are three competition programs of the festival: national, regional and international. Jury composed of three members: Viktor Boulankin, Đorđe Miljenović and Pavle Zelić, will decide the winners of the programs.
Oskull awards will be presented on October3rd, at 7pm, in Amerikana hall, in Belgrade Youth Center.
For more information please visit www.fsffantastic.com.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.