Thursday, Oct 14th 2021, 18:00 h
Žurka, 88:53 min, Color, Stereo, Serbia, 2004
Aleksandar Davić was born in 1961 in Novi Sad, Serbia (former Yugoslavia). He studied film and theater directing at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He has directed music and experimental video works and documentaries. His feature film “The Party” won the award for best screenplay in Serbia in 2005. He was a professor at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and a professor of Digital Video at Interdisciplinary studies University of Arts in Belgrade. Died in April 2020.
RIP Aleksandar Davić, good friend, film director, screenwriter, member of the art board of Video Art Association Videomedeja and many more.
The plot of the film “The Party” takes place in 1991 in an unfinished weekend house on the slopes of Fruška gora and through the birthday party of one of the heroines, as the central event of the film, the plot follows the individual destinies of thirteen young people facing war paranoia. Apart from conjuring up the image of the coming hopelessness through the individual destinies of the characters, “The Party” also represents a gentle homage to the spirit of the carefree eighties.