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PROGRAM FOR OCTOBER 2012
SLOBODAN ŠIJAN: FILMSKI LETAK SLOBODAN ŠIJAN: FILM leaflet
monday, 1.october 2012. − 10.october 2012.
18:00, CZKD

CZKD, Beograd i MMC LUKA: Slobodan Šijan:  Film Leaflet

 

1-10.X 2012.

Center for Cultural Decontamination

 CZKD Cinema

Slobodan Šijan:  Film Leaflet

Curators: Aleksandra Sekulić i Branka Benčić

 

1. X, 18h Screening and conversation with Slobodan Šijan

Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan

 Morning In Pink  18' (1971)
  A Song For Tom  13' (2010)

Exhibition opening

Design: Metaklinika

Exhibition technical set up : Dragan Škorić i Dejan Pantić

 The program is realized in cooperation of Association MMC LUKA, Pula and Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade.

2. X, 18h

/Screening and a discussion

Screening program:

Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan

 Self-portrait At the Cemetery 3' (1970)

 Handmade 2' (1971)

 Structures  4' (1970)

 city landfill on ada huja in belgrade 8' (1970)
  Kosta Bunuševac In a Film About Himself  14' (1970)

Discussion

/On experimental film: a discussion on the occasion of publication MAFAF – The Invisible History, A Look From Belgrade. Moderators of the discussion with the participants of “MAFAF – A Look From Belgrade”: Branka Benčić and Aleksandra Sekulić.

 

4.X, 18h

TV films of Slobodan Šijan
The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)

5. X, 18h

TV films of Slobodan Šijan
 
Whatever Happened To Filip Preradović   45' (1976)

6. X,

TV films of Slobodan Šijan
 
The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)

 

The exhibition:

 

 screen 1:

Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan

 Self-portrait At the Cemetery 3' (1970)

/ Handmade 2' (1971)

 Structures  4' (1970)

 city landfill on ada huja in belgrade 8' (1970)
  Kosta Bunuševac In a Film About Himself  14' (1970)

 screen 2:

Experimental films of Slobodan Šijan

 Morning In Pink  18' (1971)
Yeah 14' (1972)
A Song For Tom  13' (2010)

screen 3:

TV films of Slobodan Šijan
 
Whatever Happened To Filip Preradović   45' (1976)

 The Most Beautiful Room  50' (1978)

The tables

Original “Film Leaflet” issues

The exhibition is open in the period October 1-10, 11-18h, except on Wednesday, October 3 and Sunday, October 7.

 CZKD Cinema

Slobodan Šijan: Film leaflet

The exhibition, discussions, screenings

www.czkd.org

Design: Metaklinika

Exhibition technical set up : Dragan Škorić i Dejan Pantić

The program is realized in cooperation of Association MMC LUKA, Pula and Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade.

The program is supported by Ministry of Culture, Information and Information Society of Republic of Serbia. Thanks for all the help: Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; Nebojša Petrović, Dušan Grlja.

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