At the Kinotekas (Yugoslav Film Archive) new building in Belgrade on Uzun Mirkova 1, selection of films by the famous Swedish director Richard Hobert that will be shown between the 25th and 27th of September. On this visit, Richard Hobert will be awarded the prestigious prize "For outstanding contribution to European cinema ' by the Yugoslav Film Archive.
Richard was born in 1951 in the small town of Kivik, southern Sweden, where he still lives and works with occasional longer stays in Stockholm. In total, eleven feature films and nine of Hobart’s TV films have participated in international awards winning several, both internationally and nationally among them “Everybody loves Alice” which won for best foreign film at the Hollywood Film Festival 2002. And in 2012 'A One-Way ticket to Antibes' won the Swedish National Award for best Male Actor - Guldbaggen.
PROGRAM: All films are subtitled in English and Serbian. After the day’s first film you will be welcome to participate in a dialogue with the director. Tickets can be bought on site and cost 200 dinars for each film.
FRIDAY September 25
18:00 Event opening and the award ceremony
18:30 Sommarens Tolv Månader (The Twelve Months of Summer)1988, Sci-fi drama, 130 min
21:00 Glädjekällan (Spring of Joy)1992,Tragicomedy Road-movie, winner of the Ingmar Bergman award, 87 min
SATURDAY September 26
18:00 Ögat (The Eye) 1998, Drama, a psychological thriller about passion, trust and love, 114 min
20:30 Alla älskar Alice (Everyone Loves Alice) 2002, Tragicomedy follows a child’s perspective through life events.Winner of the 'Best European Film' at the Hollywood Film Festival 2002, 119 min
SUNDAY 27 September
18:00 Harrys Döttrar (Harrys's Daughters)2006, drama, thriller, 106 min
PANEL with, amongst others Richard Hubert (Richard Hobert) and Jelena Mila, director of the Baneff festival in Sweden
20:30 En enkel till Antibes (A One-way to Antibes),2011, Tragicomedy family drama – Road movie, 105 min