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Another film by Srđan Karanović restored in the “Vip Kinoteka” project
DIGITAL PREMIERE OF “SOMETHING IN BETWEEN”
Belgrade, December 5th 2019 - A digitally restored version of “Something In Between” (Nešto između), a cult film directed by Srđan Karanović, had its first public screening at the Yugoslav Film Archive’s Makavejev Hall, as part of the “Vip Kinoteka” project.
The 1982 romantic drama painting a vivid picture of the new urban lifestyle in the 80’s Belgrade, a city between the East and the West, premiered once again before a Belgrade audience. The screening was attended by numerous guests, including director Karanović, production designer Miljen Kreka Kljaković, composer Zoran Simjanović, and members of the cast, Gorica Popović and Petar Ilić Ćirilo.
The audience was welcomed by the Yugoslav Film Archive’s Director Jugoslav Pantelić and Chief Transformation Officer at Vip mobile, Đorđe Vuksanović, while Nipplepeople band and Bojana Vunturišević performed live after the screening.
When it was first released, “Something In Between” won numerous accolades, including as many as four awards at the Pula Film Festival - for best screenplay, camera, best actor (Miki Manojlović) and costume. The film also won the Audience Award at the International Film Festival in Cannes, and jury awards at the film festivals in Bastia and Valencia.
“Something In Between” is the 13th digitally restored film in the “Vip Kinoteka” project. Belgraders will have an opportunity to see it in a top-quality sound and image version in free screenings scheduled for December 14th 2019, at 6 PM and 8:30 PM, at the auditorium of the Yugoslav Film Archive. The tickets are available at the film archive’s box office at 1, Uzun Mirkova St. Seating is limited and the maximum number of tickets is two per person.