Thursday May 3, 6:00 PM / Saturday May 5, 1:30 PM
The Other Side of Everything
Serbia, France, Qatar, 2017 (100 min.)
A Belgrade apartment divided in two tells the story of a family and serves as a symbol of a country in political turmoil. The property was split when Srbijanka Turajlic was just two years old. The door leading to the other rooms was locked, and 30 years later, when Srbijanka's daughter Mila Turajlic, the film’s director, was born, it was still locked. Mila paints a poignant portrait of her mother, a resolute woman with no doubts about leading role in the revolution, even though they put her life in danger. Does the new generation view things in a similar way?
Best Feature-Length Documentary, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) 2017
Mila Turajlic’s previous film, Cinema Komunisto, was shown at ASN 2012.
“A thoughtful reflection on the still-unresolved legacy of civil war in Serbia”
“A voice from yesterday which inspiringly refuses to be silenced”
– Hollywood Reporter
Livia Bloom Ingram, Icarus Films
In Serbian with English subtitles