We are back with our monthly guide and we are kicking off with this year’s Beldocs documentary film festival.
The 14th Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival will be held from September 9 to 16 this year at several locations in Belgrade and online.
During this year’s Beldocs, more than 100 films will be screened in the established festival programs: International Competition Program, Serbian Competition Program, Fireworks, Meteors, Breeze, Front Page, and others. Beldocs Industry will be held in the same terms with the support of the EU through the Creative Europe program and the MEDIA subprogram, Beldocs VR / AR Academy, Beldocs in Progress, Serbian Docs in Progress, Documentaries for Kids & Youth, and Beldocs Market.
Tickets are on sale through the Beldocs online service on the page of each film, while tickets will be available at festival venues from early September to the end of the festival, except for the Yugoslav Museum Amphitheater where physical sales will only be possible on the spot, half an hour before screening. The price of tickets is 300 dinars for all screenings, except for those in the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, which will be sold at a price of 100 dinars.
Find programme here.
As well, within the exhibition Who doesn’t want to think, fly outside! Joseph Beuys and Mangelos – 100 years and art today the film”Joseph Beuys” will be screened on September 7, at 7 pm.
Goethe-Institut, event hall (entrance from the passage)
Language: German with Serbian subtitles
A man with a hat, tea, and grease strip in the corner of the floor. Thirty years after his death, he is like a visionary who was ahead of his time. Even then, he patiently tried to explain that “money must not be a commodity.” He knew that the money trade would undermine democracy. And more than that. Joseph Beuys fights, chatters, speaks in an instructive tone, and explains art to a dead rabbit. “Will you start a revolution without laughter?” He asks – and laughs. His expanded understanding of art took him to the very core of social debates that are still relevant today.
Also, don’t forget the WINE PLATZ FEST at Dorcol Platz on September 25
Wine Platz Fest, also the final of this year’s Belgrade Wine Week, will be held on Saturday, September 25, from 6 pm to 1 am in Dorćol Platz (Dobračina 59, Belgrade). This unusual wine party will gather a large number of selected wineries in one place. The organizers of the festival, the Association of Citizens Vinokultura and Dorcol Platz, prepared an attractive wine program for the visitors, as well as many other surprises, including the award ceremony and the final celebration on the occasion of 54/55. BITEF, which will be held as part of the Wine Platz Fest, in collaboration with the BITEF festival.
The final list of participants will be published seven days before the start of the festival on the website www.belgradewineweek.rs.
Tickets for Wine Platz will be available on the day of the event at the location at a price of 1,000 rsd, while a refundable deposit for a wine glass is 300 rsd.
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