It is our pleasure to announce the opening ceremony of the 31st International Festival of Ethnological Film, which will take place on Monday, October 3rd, 7 PM, at the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade. The Festival will be opened by director Predrag Todorović, author of numerous films awarded both in Serbia as well as abroad.


     Predrag Todorović was born in 1976 in Jagodina, where he still lives today. He has created countless programs and coverages for a variety of local Serbian media. He was also editor-in-chief of the local Jagodina Television, and since 2008 he is director and editor at TV CENTAR from Svilajnac. He makes his films together with colleagues Slađan Bogdanović, Zlatko Đurđević, and Marko Mirković. Most of his documentaries has ethnographic elements, which is why several of his films had notable appearances at the International Festival of Ethnological Film: Djurdjevdan is Yet to ComeLOO-LOO-LOO-LOODance for the Late Emilijan, NoPanikhideAssociation of Matrilocal Husbands.


Film screenings will begin on the same day at the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade and the Yugoslav Film Archive, from already 4 PM. Screening of films in competition will resume after the opening ceremony.