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Nebojša Popović
guest manager
+381 (0)11 2632 534

The Cultural Centre of Belgrade Movie Theatre, the popular DKC, is a place with the most beautiful cinematic history. I remember it as a place where the movies, whose license rights were about to expire, used to be played in. And where, from the first row, I was watching “The Way We Were” for the fifth time. All of us, just like in a cinema theatre somewhere in India, would repeat lines from the movie like in a chorus. I also remember it as the place where the cult author film festival “A View into the World” originated in, as well as the movie theatre where I would always bump into some bright and curious people.
At the time when the cinemas with only one theatre are shut down, and the audience is left to multiplex theatres and bootlegs, my wish is that place to be remembered as a CINEMA OF GOOD MOVIES, as well as when people open their newspapers and spot what movie is at the DKC, to be sure that a good move is on the repertoire, no matter what is the genre or geographical origin of it.
It is an enormous pleasure of mine that shrewd and curious people can still be met at the Movie Theatre of the Cultural Centre, people of various age, but of similar interest – people who mostly don’t eat popcorn at the cinema, but always discuss the move after the projection and come to see all film events.

Nebojša Popović, Film Programme Guest Manager

Film programme

A good movie, which cares a lot for artistic and authentic aspects – film, documentary, short film, cartoon – as well as variously thematic, both author festivals and cycles of national cinematographies, lectures, workshops, panel discussions with film makers and experts, media conferences, informative and well-designed print and visual material, stimulating dedication to film art and visual culture are characteristics of the Centre film programme that has secured respect of both film experts and wide audience of all generations and profiles.
Known by specially conceptualized and organized film cycles and festivals:

The Nordic Panorama ( 2012 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005)
The Days of Contemporary Icelandic Film
The Days of Swedish Film for Children and Youth
Homage to Jean Rouch and documentaries of “Les Ateliers Varan – Belgrade”
Contemporary Swedish Film
The Days of Dutch Film: Living in Colour of Orange
The Days of French Film: La diversité française
Danish Film Week:
True Images of Life
The Week of Finnish Film (2009, 2010...)

the Centre often and gladly gives such programmes to other cultural institutions in Serbia.
Film programme is a complementary part of many other programmes and interdisciplinary projects of the Centre (The October Salon; “Paris–Belgrade, les affinités électives“ (“Paris–Belgrade, Affinity By Choice; Pariz–Beograd, srodnost po izboru”); Psychoanalysis as a View Onto The World; Hitchcock’s Vertigos, Today; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; December Plays Jazz; At A Concert with Vladan Desnica, etc.
The Cultural Centre of Belgrade, along with its Movie Theatre, profiled as „the cinema of good movies“, is the co-organizer and host to most relevant film festivals in the country: FESTAuthor Film Festival, Belgrade Documentary and Short Film Festival, Free Zone, as well as of many other film festivals and projects.

Such a concept of the film programme is supported by EURIMAGES, the European Union programme for supporting exhibitors of European artistic films, within whose system the Movie Theatre has been since 2006.


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