Cinema Komunisto

Mila Turajlić
"Cinema Komunisto" takes us on a journey across the remnants of Tito’s film industry, exploring the rise and fall of Yugoslav cinematic illusion.

Mila Turajlić

Mila Turajlić was born in 1979 in Belgrade, Serbia. She studied Politics and International Relations and Media and Communications at the London School of Economics, and Film and TV Production at the national lm school in Belgrade. She has directed short flms La vie des morts (2003), Neotihuacan (2006), Fara Nume (2009), and Passages (16), and the feature documentary Cinema Komunisto (2010) that won her 16 awards.

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Cinema Komunisto

2010, 100'

Directed by:
Mila Turajlić

Dragan Pešikan

Produced by:
Dribbling Pictures


Dribbling Pictures Ltd.
Bitoljska 2
11030 Belgrade, Serbia
T. +381 63 7715 241

Festivals & Awards:

Chicago International Film Festival 2011 – Golden Hugo Award for Best Documentary; Dokufest 2011 – Best Balkan Newcomer; FIPRESCI Serbia – Best Documentary Film 2011; Trieste Film Festival –  Alpe Adria Cinema Award for Best Documentary; Its All True 2011 – Special Mention; Makedox 2011 – Young Onion Award (Best Debut); Cinema City 2011 – Audience Award; Best Editing; Focal International Awards 2011 – Award for Creative Use of Archive Material in Art Production