Special Issue 8: Serbian Cinema (August 2009)

Guest Editor: Vida Johnson

Vida Johnson is Professor of Russian culture and film and Director of the Program in Russian at Tufts University.

Editorial:

Vida T. Johnson:  “Introduction: From Yugoslav Cinema to New Serbian Cinema

Articles:

Goran Gocić: "The Dionysian Past and the Apollonian Future of Serbian Cinema (Žilnik, Kusturica, Dragojević)"

Ivana Kronja:“The Aesthetics of Paranoid Realities in The Land of Truth, Love and Freedom and South by South-East by Milutin Petrović

Dejan Ognjanović: “Genre Films in Recent Serbian Cinema

Ana Janković Piljić: “Who is Afraid of Alice in Wonderland?

Ivan Velisavljevic: How We Loved America: The Significance of Rock’n’roll and American Movies in the Serbian Film Industry

Dimitrije Vojnov: “The Rise and Fall of Serbian Pop Cinema

Srdjan Vučinić: “The Grotesque as History, History as Grotesque: The Meaning of the Grotesque in Recent Serbian Cinema

 

Reviews:

Miša Nedeljković: Goran Paskaljević’s The Optimists (Optimisti, 2006)

Aida Vidan: Srdan Golubović’s The Trap (Klopka, 2007)

Greg DeCuir Jr: Nikola Stojanović’s Belle Epoque, or the Last Waltz in Sarajevo (Belle epoque, ili poslednji valcer u Sarajevu, 2007)

Christina Stojanova: Stefan Arsenijević’s Love and Other Crimes (Ljubav i drugi zločini, 2008)

Christina Stojanova: Goran Marković's The Tour (Turneja, 2008)

Marko Dumančić: Milorad Milinković’s Obituary for Escobar (Čitulja za Eskobara, 2008)

Nevena Daković: Srđan Dragojević’s St George Shoots the Dragon (Sveti Georgije ubiva aždahu, 2009)

Vlastimir Sudar: Jovan Todorović’s The Belgrade Phantom (Beogradski Fantom, 2009)

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