From 14 -19th Nov., ’06. in Yugoslav Film Archive (in Serbian language popularly known as Jugoslovenska kinoteka) in Kosovska st, downtown of Belgrade, next week is opening the festival of Japanese film, starting on 14.11. with Takeshi Kitano‘s film: Kikujiro no natsu (Kikuđirovo leto). Belgrade citizens can enjoy the films of the following authors: Yasuzo Masamura, Masahiro Shinoda, Keisuke Kinoshita, Kon Ichikawa, Akira Kurosawa, Toshiya Fujita,Masato Harada, Yasuo Furuhata. Festival will be closed on 19th Nov.with Kitano’s film Kidzu ritan.
Carsten Höller (born 1962 in Brussels and lives&works in Sweden) holds a doctorate in biology, and as a scientist he uses his practice in his work as an artist, concentrating particularly on the nature of human relationships.
Those who live and are about to go to London, here’s interesting project, current exhibition in Tate Modern Gallery from10 October 2006 – 9 April 2007, under the name : the Unilever series – Carsten Höller. Seems that Brits like (spinning, sliding) tube projects. More on and official photos of ‘slides’ here.
Place and time: Ethnographic museum, 10th october , 7pm, opening of the exhibition The Best photographies of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINe, the first edition in Serbian language. More information at Ethnographic museum, Belgrade.
Another overlapping (with My D-ay) cultural event – october seems to be very interesting month in belgrade: 22nd Belgrade Jazz Festival (in Dom Omladine and Kolarac), from 24-28 Oct.06.
Guessts in this order: Benny Golson & Big Band RTS, Stjepko Gut, Jon Hassell & Maarifa Street (SAD), John Scofield Trio (SAD), Soweto Kinch (UK) – more about the artist on PodNosh Podcast, James Blood Ulmer feat. Vernohn Reid & Memphis Blood Blues Band (SAD) i Bojan Z Trio (France/Serbia).