AlexandraFebruary 26, 2019
Aleksandra falls in love with her mother's lover. Romance develops in two parallel directions. The focus is instability of one's identity, which serves as a metaphor of contemporary age.
Narcissus and EchoDecember 2, 2011
A professor takes a group of students on a trip to an abandoned stage in a park, with the intention of finding a scenic setting for the production of the opera "Narcissus and Echo" by Anja Djordjevic. Boris, one of the students, thinks it would be a better idea a to make a film that uses existing recordings of the opera, but with a new story based on the ancient Greek myth about a young man in love with his own reflection in the lake. The relations between the students involved in the project and the surrounding events meld with the plot of this potential film, accentuating the various narcissism and the overall inability to suppress vanity and find real human contact.
MarkedMarch 5, 2015
Slavica is living on the margins of society, always skirting borders of what is legal. She is trying to change her ways and to make a living, but it turns out to be an impossible achievement for her. Not having any other means to survive, she turns to stealing, but is quickly apprehended and severely sentenced. She tries to cover her tracks and takes on the identity of Marija, a successful scientist who is preparing her PhD in psychoanalysis. The real Marija learns about this identity theft, which awakens an interest in Slavica's way of life. The two of them switch identities and discover worlds which are sure to change them.
FamilyMarch 4, 2016
A Serbian-born actress who lives in Berlin comes to Belgrade to play role in the project called "State". The encounter with her girl friend who deals with her family's past, encourages her to discover the past of her own family as well, which leads her to unlikely findings.