Everything is ready for BELDOCS

The 16th International Documentary Film Festival in Belgrade at eight locations from 10th to 17th May 10

Tuesday 9th of May 2023

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This year's edition of the big city event begins with a premiere for the audience in Serbia. The official opening is scheduled for Wednesday, 10th May at 19:30 with the screening of the film "Another Spring". The closing will be marked by the world premiere of the film "Gru je tu" (Gru is here) at the Belgrade Youth center on Wednesday, 17th May at 19:30. There will be a handful of cultural and artistic programs, screenings, workshops, exhibitions, competitive selections and awards in between.

The international spectacle has carefully designed content for all ages and audiences of various affinities. Special attention is paid to the youth program. The digital sphere has long taken the primary place in offline life, and challenges, understanding and maturing in a new environment are the topics that will be dealt with by the Teen selection and a total of five films within the festival.

Serbian competition program, International competition program, Short competition program, the mentioned Teen program, Eurimages Audentia Award, Audience Award for the best European film, Prime time, Meteors, Fireworks, Breeze, The Future of Freedom, Focus Greece, Retrospective: Arsenal - Institute for film and video art, Special screenings, A sense of place, XR exhibition are categories of the festival through which a total of 107 films will be shown.

Belgrade Youth Center, Hall of the Cultural Center of Belgrade, Art Cinema Kolarac, Yugoslav Cinematheque, Museum of the Yugoslav Cinematheque, Culture Center Vlada Divljan, Cineplexx Usce and Barutana in Kalemegdan are the addresses where the complete Beldosc festival program will take place.

The Belgrade International Film Festival fosters a culture of social responsibility and in accordance with its guiding principles, the entire organization is focused on major issues such as climate change and environmental pollution. Now, as signatories of the Green Charter, they appeal to the public to preserve nature as it preserves us.