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Sanja Mitrović on cinema in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia  from Beursschouwburg

Sanja Mitrović on cinema in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from Beursschouwburg

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Year: 2018
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0 seconds 720 Yugoslavian cinema plays a major part in I Am Not Ashamed of My Communist Past.In this performance, the Serbian theatre maker Sanja Mitrović and actor Vladimir Aleksić take on the recent history of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), a country that only still exists in our memory and our imagination. Nonetheless, the fundamental idea of Yugoslavia – a multiethnic, multireligious and socialist state – is still relevant to today's European struggle.It was this idea that brought childhood friends Sanja Mitrović and Vladimir Aleksić together, both of whom emigrated in 2001. Although Sanja still lives and works in Western Europe, Vladimir returned to Serbia to rebuild his life there. By using personal memories and images from Yugoslavian cinema, they not only reveal the story of Yugoslavia, but also their own. Together, they investigate whether it is possible to remain loyal to the ideas that they once believed in. What is it that unites communities that share the same country? What remains of values such as solidarity and social justice in times of materialism and individualism? Comments:
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