In chronological order, the film follows the career of Momčilo Bajagić – Bajaga, one of the most prominent rock musicians from former Yugoslavia, together with his band ‘Instructors,’ who have been accompanying him for 25 years now. The film has three parts, covering the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, respectively. It is composed of clips from documentaries, video clips, concert footage, clips from feature films, comments of contemporaries and reminiscences of Bajaga & The Instruktori themselves. They go back to the times and music that have marked their careers. ‘Electric Music’ tells us a story about disappearance of one spiritual space and about the making of new spaces where the music and poetry of Bajaga & The Instruktori manage to cross borders using the universal language - love - instead of visas and passports.
Miloš Jovanović was born in 1963 in Melenci near Zrenjanin (Serbia). In 1989 he obtained his degree in history at the Faculty of Arts and Letters in Novi Sad (Serbia). In 1991, he founded Hammer Studio, a workshop for production of words, vision and sound that has won some forty recognitions for the promo spots it has produced so far. In 2002, in cooperation with the European Office for Humanitarian Assistance, he directed two documentary films (‘Snowhite and Four Dwarves’ and ‘Pravo je ravno’). In 2003, he wrote and directed his feature- length debut ‘Memo’. He directed video clips for Đorđe Balašević, Bajaga, Leb i Sol and Rambo Amadeus.
Bajaga - muzika na struju
2009, 101', color, video
Momčilo Bajagić Bajaga
Hammer production Novi Sad