CentarSerbia/Germany, 2018, 49 min, Colour
The architecture of the building still communicates a past idea of the future, while the materials reveal its current state. The vast complex of corridors, atriums and halls now feel almost abandoned. Through their relentless effort, the maintenance workers shoulder the duty of restoring what the space was imagined to be. Their movements are unison, ritual but also their own.
Editing:Jelena Maksimović,Ivan Marković
Ivan Marković is a cinematographer and director born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He graduated in cinematography from the Faculty of Drama arts in Belgrade in 2012 and received a master’s degree in film from the University of Arts Berlin in 2019. For his film and photography work, he won “Erste Bank foundation” Award for best visual artist in 2014. He took part of “Sarajevo city of film” in 2012, and “Berlinale talents” in 2015. Recently, he worked as a cinematographer on several feature films including “All the cities of the north” by Dane Komljen, “You have the night” by Ivan Salatić and “Ich war zuhause, aber” by Angela Schanelec, which won the Silver Bear at Berlinale 2019.
FESTIVALS & AWARDS
Portugal, 2018, DocLisboa,
DocLisboa, Portugal 2018 -
Serbia, 2019, BelDocs,
BelDocs, Serbia 2019 -