Grad izgubljenih filmova / City of Lost Films

Pretnja koja godinama visi u vazduhu – aukcijska prodaja Avala filma, najvećeg filmskog studija u Jugoslaviji, zakazana je za 22. april 2015.

Uprkos mnogobrojnim pokušajima, srpska filmska javnost nije uspela u naporima da kod Vlade Srbije izlobira da kupac Avala filma mora ispuniti uslov nastavka filmske delatnosti.

Filmski katalog Avala filma (1947-1992) koji je takođe uključen u prodaju, broji preko 200 igranih i 400 dokumentarnih filmova, pobednike festivala u Kanu, Berlinu i Veneciji. Imajući u vidu da je Avala film producirala skoro polovinu jugoslovenskih filmova, ovakav potez znači da će značajan deo naše filmske baštine dopasti u privatne ruke.

Pokrenuli smo ovu peticiju u znak protesta zbog ovog beskrajno neodgovornog i nesavesnog primera nemara prema jugoslovenskom kulturnom nasleđu i njome izražavamo svoj zahtev da katalog Avala filma ne bude prodat, već nacionalizovan i dat na raspolaganje Jugoslovenskoj Kinoteci.

Kampanja "Grad izgubljenih filmova", predstavljaće odbrojavanje poslednjih 10 dana uoči aukcije. Svakodnevno ćemo objavljivati inserte iz kultnih filmova Avala filma i voditi vas u poslednji obilazak Filmskog grada u Košutnjaku.

Ukoliko želite da se uključite u kampanju, molimo vas potpišite peticiju, pratite objave na našoj facebook stranici, websiteu i portalu Agitpop, komentarišete i delite dalje.

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cinema-Komunisto/118780191518017?fref=ts
WEBSITE: http://www.cinemakomunisto.com/avala-film/


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It’s been looming as a threat for years: Avala Film, Yugoslavia’s biggest film studio, will be sold at auction on April 22nd.

The Serbian filmmaking community, despite valiant efforts, has not managed to achieve its goals in lobbying the Serbian government to attach conditions to the sale.

The Avala Film catalogue, consisting of over 200 fiction feature films, and 400 documentaries, including winners of the Cannes, Berlin and Venice film festivals, produced between 1947-1992, is included in the sale. Seeing as Avala Film almost half of all Yugoslav films, this means that the rights to half of our film heritage will fall into private hands.

We have put up a petition to protest this act of inexplicable negligence towards Yugoslav film heritage, demanding that the rights to the Avala Film catalogue be nationalized and transferred to the Yugoslav Cinemateque, which was the legally-nominated depot for films in Yugoslavia.

The "City of Lost Films" campaign will mark the final 10 days before the auction, in a countdown of clips from cult films produced by Avala film that we will post daily, as well as videos taking you on a last tour through the Yugoslav Cinecittà.

If you would like to get involved in this campaign, please sign the petition, watch the content, like and share our posts on facebook page and website.

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cinema-Komunisto/118780191518017?fref=ts
WEBSITE: http://www.cinemakomunisto.com/avala-film/

Update #1about a year ago
Poštovani,
hvala Vam što ste potpisali peticiju. Preko 2000 skupljenih potpisa predaćemo Vladi Srbije 21/04.

Ispred kampanje GRAD IZGUBLJENIH FILMOVA, pozivamo Vas da nam se pridružite:

Utorak, 21. april
POSLEDNJE PROJEKCIJE kultnih filmova Avala filma u Klubu Čekaonica
18h - "Prekobrojna" (1962), Branko Bauer
20h - "Skupljači perja" (1967), Aleksandar Saša Petrović
22h - "Dečko koji obećava" (1981), Miloš Miša Radivojević
23:30h – ZADNJA KLAPA AVALA FILMA
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