The screening of the domestic film “Stado” (Herd) directed by Nikola Kojo (pronunciation: Koyo), in a version adapted for our users, will be held in the Montenegro State Lending Library for the Visually Impaired Hall on Monday, 20th October, beginning at 19 h.
Interactive adaptation of the film will be performed live by our associate high school teacher Igor Tomić (pronunciation: Tommeech).
About the film:
"Stado" is a Serbian film of 2016. It is a director debut of the celebrated actor Nikola Kojo. Screenplay was developed by the playwright Nebojša Romčević (pronunciation: Neboysha Romchevich).
This is a satirical comedy about life behind the camera, about actors, directors, and other film workers, incurable enthusiasts, blind for objective circumstances, who put their existence at stake in their wish to create a big work of art. To reach the glow and splendour of the red carpet on the gala premiere, one does not go through a path covered with roses, but with compromises, fight, even pact with the devil if necessary.
Actors: Nikola Kojo, Vesna Trivalić (pronunciation: Trivva-lich), Zoran Cvijanović (pronunciation: Tsvianovich) Nataša Ninković (pronunciation: Natasha Ninkovich), Nikola Đuričko (pronunciation: Jurichko), (pronunciation: Pehtar Strougar), Hristina Popović (pronunciation: Popovich) and many others.