The Other Side of Everything
Spring Grant 2014 - Production Stage
Current project status: COMPLETED
A door locked for 70 years in a house haunted by history. The story of an apartment in Belgrade turns a family chronicle into a portrait of a country in political turmoil. As the filmmaker seeks answers from her activist mother, their intimate conversation questions the responsibility of each generation to fight for their future.
- Mila Turajlic
- Mila Turajlic
- Carine Chichkowsky
- Executive Producer
- Iva Plemic Divjak
About the Director
Mila Turajlić is a documentary filmmaker, visual artist and archive scholar born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Her films have screened at Toronto, Venice and Tribeca and her video installations were commissioned by international museums. Her most recent film ‘The Other Side of Everything’ was HBO Europe’s first co-production with Serbia and won 30 awards including the prestigious IDFA Award for Best Documentary Film in 2017, as well as the Grand Prix for Best historical documentary released in France in 2018. Mila’s debut feature doc, ‘Cinema Komunisto’ played at over 100 festivals and won 16 awards including the Gold Hugo and the FOCAL Award for Creative Use of Archival Footage in 2011. Her latest work is a series of archive-based video installations commissioned by MoMA in New York for their landmark exhibition on Yugoslav modernist architecture in 2018.
Production Company Profile
Dribbling Pictures is a Belgrade-based production company exclusively devoted to producing creative documentaries that are best described, using a football analogy, as a ‘dribbling of the mind’. It was founded in 2006 by lmmakers Boris Mitic and Mila Turajlic. Our projects have always been oriented towards international audiences and have been developed through international production platforms (Discovery Campus Masterschool, IDFA Academy, Ex Oriente, ARCHIDOC). Our lms have toured most prestigious international lm festivals (IDFA, Tribeca, HotDocs, DocsLisboa, Visions du Reel, Goteborg, Sarajevo etc.) and had cinema releases in France, UK, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. TV partners include Arte, HBO Europe, MDR, WDR, BR, Pheonix, SVT, UR, YLE, YLE FST, RTS, RTSI, RAI 3, TV3, TVP, TV Kultura, Sky Arts, ERT, ERR, LTV, IBA Channel 1, Yes Docu, CYBC, RTV SLO, RTRS, BHT, HRT, B92, Eurochannel and Al Jazeera, with major funding received from Eurimages, Cinéma du monde, Doha Film Institute, the IDFA Bertha Fund, the Croatian Audiovisual Center and the Serbian Film Center.
Awards and Festival History
TIFF 2017, DOCS (WP)