Mov(i)e Activism

Mov(i)e Activism is a travelling documentary film festival that wants to get in touch with local communities to create an opportunity to explore some of the most current social, political, economic, and environmental issues, spark meaningful dialogue as well as inspire change. By using documentary films as a platform for underrepresented activist groups and filmmakers, the festival caravan aims to showcase practical examples related to different forms of activism from around the world.

Mov(i)e Activism is a completely DIY and non-profit film festival. All the persons involved in the organisation of Mov(i)e Activism are doing it for the sake of the cause and are investing their own resources. The financial help that this documentary film festival gets, which is coming solely through private donations and a symbolic $1 movies submission fee, is being used to organise festival events or support activists and their causes. Everything else is the result of a true passion and a great cooperation between the festival and filmmakers, cultural centres, cultural organisations, associations, and activists.



Doplgenger is an artist duo Isidora Ilić and Boško Prostran, film/video artists from Belgrade (ex-Yugoslavia). The work of Doplgenger deals with relation between art and politics through exploring the regimes of moving images and modes of its reception. They deconstruct the film’s medium, language, structure and notions of text in order to discover the ways in which art/moving images participate in creating political reality.


Alternative Film/Video Festival

Set-up in 1982, Alternative film/video is the festival of Yugoslav alternative film and video. The aim of the festival is to document and define in theory the trends, to point at the values and new creative possibilities in the fields of alternative film and video. All autors of alternative film and video have the right to participate. The founder and the organizer of the festival is Academic Film Center in “Student’s city” Cultural Center.

The Festival is intended to explore the domain of film production which is alternative to commercial film: all modes of alternative, experimental, art, short, radical film thinking. In 2006, the Festival became international, wishing to enable insight into the new tendencies on international scene, and also to enable wider contextualization for the Serbian and regional scene.