Speak So I Can See You

    • Marija Stojnić
    • Serbia, Croatia, Qatar
    • 2019
    • 73 min
    • World Premiere
    • IDFA Competition for First Appearance
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    Conjuring reality and wonder, Speak So I Can See You takes us to a seemingly different era, by exploring the world of Radio Belgrade. One of Europe’s oldest radio stations and a true institution of the city, the station still broadcasts original programming and helps keep history, culture and critical thought, as well as ever- relevant questions about ourselves and the world, from slipping out of memory and mind.

    Set at the intersection of an observational documentary and a unique sensoryexperience, the film conjures everydayscenes at the station and immersing interludes exploring the relationship between sound and the space it inhabits. Through a synesthetic blend of sounds, words, notes, echoes and light, we are taken into a unique cinematic soundscape that doubles as a love letter to radiophonic art and its disarming insight into what makes us remember, understand, think, discover, and feel.

    This film will only be available in Docs for Sale on November 23, after its World Premiere.


    Credits

    Director
    Marija Stojnić
    Production
    Marija Stojnić for Set Sail Films, Bilboke, Milos Ivanovic for Set Sail Films, Bilboke
    Involved TV Channel
    YLE

    Contact

    World Sales
    Wouter Jansen / Square Eyes
    Festival Handling
    Wouter Jansen / Square Eyes

    More information

    Available versions
    73, DCP, color
    Spoken languages
    Serbian
    English

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    IDFA history

    2019
    World Premiere
    IDFA Competition for First Appearance
    2018
    IDFAcademy Summer School Editing

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