Co-organizer: MEDIA desk Serbia, Creative Europe Desk
Yugoslav Film Archive, Uzun Mirkova 1, Multimedial hall, II floor

November 11th, 17:00

Cintia Gil – Portugal
Film as correspondence
Where does the contemporary cinematography lead?

After graduating Philosophy at the University of Porto, Cintia Gil went on to attend the film course at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. She is currently a researcher at the Porto University Institute of Philosophy, where she prepares her PhD thesis. She is interested in aesthetics, politics and film. Since 2012, she has been co-director of International Film Festival Doclisboa in Lisbon, one of the most important documentary film festivals, which took a mission to give the audience an insight into new trends in cinema and promote reflections on the world and society through film and art.

November 14th, 17:00

Robert Zuber – Croatia
From Film to a Political Party
Documentary film as a complete involvement

Robert Zuber was born in Pula in 1976. He is an investigative journalist and author of award-winning documentaries which deal with humanitarian and socially engaged themes. For several years, he was the editor-in-chief of the documentary programme on the Croation national television – HRT. He is a co-founder of SMS – Sasvim Mala Stranka (Totally Small Party), a political party that appeared in 2016, drawing great attention from the whole region, because of its approach to the election campaign that uses humor as the main strategy.

November 15th, 17:00
Sara Božanić – Slovenia
The Space of Interactive Distribution
Audience as an active participant of the film narrative and new distribution strategies

Sara Božanić is a ‘hybrid’ – designer, strategist, lecturer and thinker. She is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Transmedia Design in Ljubljana. She is actively engaged in the work of the Creative Europe Desk as a consultant and lecturer, teaching transmedia design and new distribution strategies to film producers. As one of the 40 most influential European consultants for audience elopment, she was invited to take part in the policy debates under project The Voice of Culture in 2015.

Miha Čelar – Slovenia
i-Island – Short Case Study
Pre-premiere and demonstration of the first regional transmedia documentary film and Q&A with the author

Miha Čelar was born in 1970. He has been working as screenwriter, film and TV director since 1991. He is the author of seven sitcoms, short and feature films, eleven short TV and six feature documentaries. He is the author of transmedia documentary film iOtok.