• Short
  • 2017
  • 14 Minutes
  • Serbia
  • Language: Serbian

Ivica is a 11-year-old kid who spends his days among friends, roaming around unexplored grounds of an industrial Serbian town. Bitter and disquieted, he’s about to find out that today his parents are separating.

Director: Stefan Ivancic

Screenwriter: Stefan Djordjevic, Andrijana Stojkovic



2017, Belgrade Documentary and Short FF, Best Director, Serbia

2017, FeKK Ljubljana, Grand Prix, Slovenia

2017, Film Front Novi Sad, Special Mention, Serbia

2017, Basta Fest, Best Cinematography, Serbia

Cast and Crew

Screenwriter: Stefan Djordjevic, Andrijana Stojkovic

DOP / Camera: Stefan Djordjevic

Editor: Dragan von Petrovic, Milena Z. Petrovic

Music: Nikola Jovanovic, Boris Mladenovic

Sound: Jakov Munizaba

Producer: Mina Djukic

Cast: Ognjen Zlatic, Igor Bencina, Nikola Stanulovic, Dubravka Kovjanic


Stefan Ivancic

Stefan Ivancic (Yugoslavia, 1985) studied film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade. His short film Soles de primavera (2013) had its international première at FID Marseille and has been selected in Rotterdam, Torino, San Sebastian and Seville, among others. His film 1973 (2014) had its première at Visions du Réel and Moonless Summer (2014) was selected for the Festival de Cannes, Cinéfondation. His films have received a great number of national and international awards.

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