OTAC / FATHER (Serbia / France / Germany / Croatia / Slovenia / Bosnia Herzegovina, 2020, 120′)

Saturday 1st october at 18.30, Cinema Greenwich Village, Screen 2

Director: Srdan Golubovic
Script: Srdan Golubovic, Sdrjan Koljevic, Ognjen Svilicic
Photography: Aleksandar Ilic
Editing: Petar Markovic
Music: Mario Schneider
Starring: Goran Bogdan, Boris Isakovic, Nada Sargin, Milica Janevski, Muharem Hamzic, Ajla Santic, Vahid Dzankovic, Milan Maric, Jovo Maksic, Ljubomir Bandovic, Marko Nikolic, Nikola Rakocevic
Producer: Amra Baksic Camo, Marc Baschet, Adis Djapo, Danijel Hocevar, Cédomir Kolar, Boris T. Matic, Lana Matic, Jelena Mitrovic, Alexander Ris, Danis Tanovic
Production: Film House Bas Celik, Asap Films, Neue Mediopolis Filmproduktion

In a small Serbian city, day laborer Nikola is forced by social services to give his two children up after poverty and hunger have pushed his wife to commit a desperate act. In order to get them back, Nikola decides to cross all of Serbia on foot to present his case directly in Belgrade. Based on a real story, the act of walking in this movie becomes a gesture of protest and freedom to have people’s rights acknowledged.

Srdan Golubovic (Belgrade, Serbia, 1972) debuted with the feature film Absolute 100, presented in numerous international festivals such as Rotterdam and Toronto. In 2007, he presented Klopka at the Berlin Film Festival and he directed Krugavil in 2013, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Srdan Golubovic directs music videos and commercials as well. Otac (Father, 2020) is his latest movie.

Filmograph: Absolute 100 (2001), Klopka (2007), Krugovi (2013), Otac (Father, 2020)