Serbia, France, Croatia, Luxembourg/2023
Vladimir Perišić


Serbia, 1996. During the student demonstrations against the Miloševic regime, 15-year-old Stefan has to go through the hardest revolution of all. He has to confront his beloved mother, spokesperson and accomplice of the corrupted government that his friends are rising against.

Режија / Director
Vladimir Perišić

Сценарио / Screenplay
Vladimir Perišić
Alice Winocour

Директор фотографије / Director of Photography
Sarah Blum
Louise Botkay
Mathieu Giombini 

Монтажа / Film Editing
Jelena Maksimović
Martial Salomon

Продуцент / Producer
Omar El Kadi
Janja Kralj
Vladimir Perišić 

Продукцијска кућа / Production Company
Easy Riders Films

Улоге / Cast
Jasna Djuričić
Boris Isaković
Marija Škaričić          

Трајање / Duration

Vladimir Perišić
Director's Biography
Vladimir Perišić

After studying literature at University Paris VII, Vladimir Perišić later graduated in film directing at La Fémis. His graduation film Dremano Oko, made under the mentorship of Chantal Akerman, screened as part of the Cinéfondation selection at Cannes in 2003. His first feature, Ordinary People (2009), developed in the Cinéfondation residency, premiered at Cannes as part of Critics’ Week. Our Shadow Will, was his contribution to the collective film Bridges of Sarajevo, part of the official selection at Cannes 2014. He has been co-director of the Belgrade Auteur Film Festival since 2011. In 2018 and 2019 he was filmmaker-programmer at ACID. Lost Country, co-written with Alice Winocour, is Perišić’s second feature.