Directed by Katarina Krstic
Iva (19) moves from her cosy home to a bustling Belgrade, where she finds her apartment in ruins. The first thing she sees after arriving is her childhood crush Vuk. That encounter gives her a painful headache and invokes blurry memories of repressed childhood trauma. Left to herself, the first time without her mother’s support, she starts testing the boundaries of freedom. Met with new challenges, she must accept newlyfound aspects of womanhood, and her past, so she can move on to a new life.
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Katarina Krstić was born on April 17, 1998. in Novi Sad in Serbia. She adored art and film since she has been child. She finished “Svetozar Marković” high school. Nowdays she is on fourth year on academy for drama and film arts “FDFU” . Her mentors are director Dejan Zečević, editor Milena Predić and cinematographer Rade Vladić. She directed a few short films as “Circles”, “Ambis” , “ Chain”, “The tag”, musical movie “From Nirvana to Silvana “ and few documentary movies “Orašje- warning”(war/historical movie) , “Local- global” and “Roots”- movie about famous academic sculptor Svetomir Arsić Basara, … These movies were shown on many film festivals as Martovski festival, Sarajevo International film festival, International film festival in Niš, Film Front, Valjevski susreti Interntion film festival, Festival of student film … Film “Chain” had premier in Kombank dvorana and Jugoslovenska Kinoteka in Belgrade.
Musical film “From Nirvana to Silvana “ got few winner awards on festival PARAI MUSICAL INTERNATIONAL AWARDS in India, International Music Video Awards in London, International Sound Future Awards in New Yourk, and Munich Music Video Awards … She finished her new short film “ The Lark ” , and she is looking for new film festival and experience.