European Genre Forum
Najdan (28), a grown-up child of the war-torn 1990s who used to find escapism in amusement park culture faces up to his pathological need to help those in trouble when he re-encounters his first love, now exploited as part of an illegally established freak show.
Momir Milosevic was born in October 1989. in Belgrade. In 2011. he graduated at the London Film Academy. He since wrote and directed numerous short films through which he experimented with genre conventions, while his debut feature film “Open Wound” (2016), a dislocated horror drama, got acclaim with critics and festival audiences. His short film “Tonight You’ll See” (2019) inspired the teenage horror miniseries “Block 27” (2022) which Momir also directed, produced by Firefly productions from Serbia. He was nominated for best directing for the final episode of the series at this year's Sarajevo Film Festival.