Serbia | 2018 | documentary | 60 min. Documentary competition

Living far away from civilisation in the company of six domesticated dingos, Sreten Božić, who writes under the alias of B. Wongar, calls the spirits from Aboriginal beliefs. In the 1950s he left his homeland of Yugoslavia heading for Paris where he collaborated with, among others, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, and then went to start a new life in Australia. Today, he is a recognised researcher of the country’s native culture. In his everyday work, he is primarily looking for contact with nature and those who passed away.

directed by

Andrijana Stojković Festival guest

Director, producer and scriptwriter. She is an assistant professor of Documentary Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. She’s the author of 7 short fiction films, 8 short documentary films; 2 mid-length documentaries and 1 feature fiction film. Her films are screened and awarded at festivals like Rotterdam, FidMarseille, IDFA, HotDocs, Films de Femmes de Créteil, Raindance, Sofia, Havana, etc. Also, her films were broadcasted on YLE and Canal+.

João Ribeiro
Andrijana Stojković
Vladimir Kolaric
Andrijana Stojković, M. Cem Öztüfekçi
Miroslav Mogorovic, Jelena Stankovic (Art & Popcorn Motion Picture Company), Andrijana Stojković (All Inclusive Films)
Film screenings:
Tuesday, May 28 17:00 | Scena AST + meeting with creators:
director Andrijana Stojković