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Serbian Film Delegation to visit India

NEW DELHI: A Serbian delegation is visiting India later this month to help increase exchanges in cinema and television between India and Serbia.

 

The five-member delegation will be in Delhi on 24 and 25 April and in Mumbai from 28 to 30 April.

 

During their stay, the Serbs will meet prominent film/documentary/commercials producers, and interlocutors in film and TV industry.

 

The delegation comprises Milos Djukelic of Red Production, Ana Krivokuca from Top Cut, Alek Bdimilic from Dream Dust, Gaga Djurkovic from Visionteam, and Milica Boni of the Serbia Film Commission.

 

The Serbia Film Commission (SFC) was established in July 2009 as the independent non-profit association of the Serbia film industry. Members include the leading producers of feature films, television, TV commercials and animation. Today, the SFC has more than 80 members.

 

The principal aim of the SFC is to promote and develop Serbia as a cost-effective, high-quality, competitive destination for international filmmaking, and to provide information and support to international filmmakers considering using Serbia for their productions. The commission is therefore dedicated to expanding the film location and crew/business database, improving skills and services and generally fostering a film-friendly environment in the country.

 

SFC has created and is continually updating an extensive online database of film locations in Serbia, offering over 250 locations for shooting in Serbia, with over 3000 high quality photos.

 

SFC is the only film commission in the region of Southeast Europe, and is a member of the AFCI (Association of Film Commissioners International) where its executive director Ana Ilic is a member of the Board of Directors. SFC is also member of the European Association of Film Commissioners.

 

Red Production specializes in print, radio, television and outdoor commercials, industrial and promotional films, television shows, documentaries, short films and feature films. The company has worked successfully with numerous advertising agencies and production companies, earning recognition at a number of advertising and film festivals. It has made several films and commercials.

 

Top Cut is one of the first international production houses to establish its branch offices in Belgrade. It is the only Cannes Lion awarded production house in Greece and Serbia and a Bronze winner at the New York Festival, while a large number of awards have been won in the Greek market, including ''Production House of the Year'' award in 2006, 2007 and 2009 and the Production Grand Prix in 2007 and 2009. Since December 2012 Top Cut Belgrade office is able to offer its services on locations in Serbia.

 

Dreamdust is a creative post-production studio located in the centre of Belgrade, Serbia. Studio of the new generation, focused on giving that magical touch to all kinds of videos, using the latest technologies for creation and communication. For 17 years its team has been providing full service to some of the biggest brands and a large number of creative agencies worldwide.

 

Established in 2002, Vision Team is a full service film rental company offering a range of film and video equipment and production service for feature films, television series and commercials. The company became an ARRI rental partner in June 2007.  Vision Team enjoys partnerships with high quality services and equipment companies in Hungary, Germany and the UK.





The company strives to provide production houses with high quality services related to camera, light and grip rental. Vision team offers an experienced staff, studio capacities, production and postproduction work, and complete in-house services for its clients.

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