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CINEMA CITY - The whole city is a cinema!
The new edition of Cinema City International Film Festival will be held from June 16 to June 23, 2012 in Novi Sad. During those eight days, Novi Sad will once again become cinema city with rich film and academic programmes.
The programme concept of the festival covers film and academic programme, which take place at more than 20 locations in Novi Sad.
Film programme will present 8 selections of domestic and foreign production, along with three competitive selections and numerous retrospectives. Over 150 films, more than a hundred premieres will be shown at 5 indoor and 4 outdoor locations. The festival will present 20 awards for domestic, international and low-budget films.
Academic programme - Cinema Now Live Academy - includes more than 30 panels, with participants from more than 10 countries. Within this programme, film artists, theoreticians, critics, and representatives of film industry discuss many significant subjects related to film art and film industry.
Guests of the festival in 2008 and 2009 werethe famouse Guillermo Arriaga, who won the award for best screenplay at Cannes in 2005, winner of the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York - Lance Hammer, the first Serbian winner at Sarajevo Film Festival - Vladimir Perišić, as well as domestic and regional film icons such as Miki Manojlović, Goran Paskaljević, Emir Kusturica, Pjer Žalica, Despina Mauzaki...
A special guest of the 2010 Festival was the famous American actress and singer - Juliette Lewis, who performed with her bend at Cinema City music opening on June 5, 2010. Over 80,000 people visited Cinema City, and clear skies, warm weather, and quality programme certainly contributed to a great number of visitors at open-air cinemas, which are one of the strongest points of the Cinema City festival. The audience was also greatly interested in the guest appearance of the Iraqi director, Mohamed Al-Daradji.
Cinema City 2011 presented some of the most significant contemporary authors from the world of independent film. Guests of the Festival, in whose honor Cinema City organized screenings of a number of retrospectives, were the famous Hungarian director Béla Tarr, Lithuanian author Šarūnas Bartas, and Polish director Dorota Kędzierzawska. Domestic film authors also caused great interest, as well as young film artists, the future of domestic cinematography. The latter received a special attention and a place to promote themselves within the platform Cinema Now.
Cinema City has more than 500 accredited guests, among them film authors, directors, actors, representatives of film festivals and film institutions from around the world, journalists, artists, etc. In addition to those easily recognizable people from film industry, the festival hosts more than 300 young authors as part of Up to 10,000 Bucks selection, authors who represent the future of domestic and international cinematography.
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