Ilir Bokshi directs a new play based on the true experiences of political prisoners performed at Prishtina prison.
Siniša Kovačević returns to the Serbian stage with an epic First World War drama with nationalistic undertones.
Technically ambitious staging of Paddy Chayefsky’s classic 1976 film about exploitation and the media at Ljubljana’s Mladinsko Theatre
Jeton Neziraj’s new play explores the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize and the topic of genocide denial.
Jagoš Marković directs a moving, well-acted, yet overly safe staging of Ljubomir Simović’s classic play for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre.
Contemporary staging of Sophocles play in which Antigone is played by two actors: Dunja Stojanović and Jana Milosavljević.
Shpetim Selmani’s play about life under the Albanian communist regime features two interlinked narratives.
Jurij Zrnec plays the lead role in Diego de Brea’s staging of the classic Charlie Chaplin film about the rise fascism.
The life and legacy of the Yugoslav pop icon Lepa Brena explored through a quintet of interlinked monologues.
Jeton Neziraj’s play exploring clashing cultures, patriarchy and the west’s fascination with the phenomenon of the Sworn Virgin