Goran Radovanović’s Enclave lands in theatres from October the 26th, 2016
An ongoing commitment to the promotion of film culture: Bergamo Film Meeting has always been a cultural research centre and its main aim is to promote film culture and the circulation of some films presented during the Festival.
First Prize winner of the 34th edition of Bergamo Film Meeting will lend in italian theatres from October 27th, 2016, distributed by Lab 80 film.
by Goran Radovanović
Country: Serbia, Germania
Cinematography: Axel Schneppat
Editing: Andrija Zafranovic
Cast: Filip Subaric, Denis Muric, Nebojša Glogovac, Anica Dobra, Meto Jovanovski, Cun Lajçi.
Distribution: Lab 80 film
Kosovo 2004, five years after the war. Nenad is an introverted Serbian boy who lives with his father and his ailing grandfather in a village in northern Kosovo, which is a tiny Christian enclave protected by United Nations KFOR troops. Nenad rides in a tank to and from the school where he seems to be the only pupil, and he has little involvement with the scruffy, football-playing, Albanian-speaking Kosovar kids who live nearby. One of these latter is Bashkim, who holds a particular grudge against the Serbs, whom he blames for the death of his father. On a day, when a wedding in the village coincides with Nenad’s grandfather’s funeral, the two kids find themselves face to face in an involuntary and potentially tragic confrontation.
Enklava (Enclave, 2015) Con Fidel pase lo que pase (With Fidel Whatever Happens, docu-drama, 2011) Hitna pomoć (The Ambulance, 2009) Pileci izbori (Chicken Elections, docu-fiction, 2005) Casting – A South East Europe Transition Film (doc, 2003) Otpor: The Fight To Save Serbia (doc, 2001) Maketa (Model House, doc, 2000) Moja domovina-za unutrašnju upotrebu (My Country – For Internal Use Only, doc, 2000) U krugu drugom (Second Circle, doc, 1998) Columba urbica (short doc, 1994) Terasa (The Terrace, short, 1991)