Punk Film Series at Kinoteka

Punk rock lovers brace yourselves, punk movies are coming to Belgrade!

In commemoration of 40 years since the emergence of punk rock, a series of films about this music genre will be shown at the Yugoslav Film Archive (11 Kosovska street) from 18-22 January. The first films will be screened tonight!

A photo of punk rocker Sid Viscious

Wednesday 18 January

6pm: Introduction – The British punk rock scene and selected scenes from Jubilee (Great Britain, 1978).

9pm: The Punk Rock Movie (Great Britain, 1978). A music documentary by director Don Letts.

Thursday 19 January

6pm: Sid and Nancy (Great Britain 1986). Directed by Alex Cox and starring Gary Oldman and Chloe Webb

9pm: Punk (US, 1995). A music documentary directed by Ted Haimes.

Friday 20 January

6pm: Rude Boy (Great Britain, 1980). Directed by Jack Hazan and David Mingay and starring Ray Gange and The Clash

9pm: Liquid Sky (US, 1982). Directed by Slava Tsukerman and starring Anne Carlisle and Paula E. Shepard

Saturday 21 January

6pm: Repro Man (US, 1984). Directed by Alex Cox and starring Emilio Estavez and Harry Dean Stanton

9pm: The Crow: City of Angels (US, 1996). Directed by Tim Pope and starring Vincent Perez and Mia Kirschner
Director: Tim Pope

Sunday, 22 January

6pm: Jubilee (Great Britain, 1978). By director Derek Jarman and starring Adam Ant and Toyah Willcox

9pm: British Rock: The Legends of Punk and New Wave (Great Britain, 1981). A music documentary.


The film series will be screened in the Kinoteka building at 11 Kosovska:

Jugoslovenska Kinoteka
Muzej kinoteke
Address: Kosovska 11
Phone: +381 (0)11 324 82 50
Email: kmuzej@kinoteka.org.rs
Web: www.kinoteka.org.rs

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