THE LAST IMAGE OF FATHER
International Short Film Contest 48 ED. 2020
Serbia 2019 20' Fiction DEBUT
Dusan and his 9-year-old son Laza travel to Belgrade, because Dusan is in the terminal stage of a malignant disease and needs medical care. Dusan has to find a new home for his son Laza, who is everything to him. Upset and lost, he is trying to make contact with his sister, whom he hasn’t seen in years.
DIRECTION: Stefan Djordjevic
Stefan Djordjevic was born in Bor, a small industrial town in Eastern Serbia in 1987. He moved to Belgrade to study cinema and photography and graduated at the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Belgrade. His amateur film Crap was the inspiration for the film Tilva Ros by Nikola Lezaic, in which Stefan plays one of the two main roles. The film won the Heart of Sarajevo award for the best film in 2010, and it was nominated for the European Discovery Award by the European Film Academy. His graduation film was a short fiction film A handful of stones, which was screened at many international film festivals and had international premiere at the ACID programme of Cannes Film Festival. During his studies he directed and shot a couple of short films: Journey, juvenile (short documentary), directed by Jovan Todorovic and Wings and Things (short fiction), which he co-directed with Jelena Gavrilovic. His latest short film is The last image of father, which internationally premiered at Locarno Film Festival and won Young Jury award for the best international short film. It won the Heart of Sarajevo award for the best international short film, at the Sarajevo film festival.
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