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Gordan Matić’s Bullets over Marseille Enters Cinema Distribution in Serbia

BELGRADE: Gordan Matić’s black and white Serbian court drama Bullets over Marseille / Pucnji u Marseju premieres in Belgrade on October 9, 2021 and commemorates the anniversary of the murder of the Serbian and Yugoslav king Aleksandar in Marseille that day in 1934.

Bullets over Marseille / Pucnji u Marseju is a historical judicial drama about the trial of the terrorists who killed the Yugoslav King Alexandar and the French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou. This murder changed the future of the European continent.

Gordan Matić and Vladimir Andrić wrote the script based on real events. The cast includes: Tihomir Stanić, Vladimir Aleksić, Svetozar Cvetković, Gordan Kičić, Strahinja Blažić, Đordje Đoković, Nikola Šurbanović, Tamara Aleksić, Tamara Krcunović, Nikola Milojević, Vladan Živković and David Tasić Daf.

Matić and Ivanović also produced the film as part of the RE-KREATIVNO DUD and Krupni plans. Jordančo Petkovski is the executive producer. The project was supported by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia and the Film Center Serbia, both before Matić’s involvement in the FCS. Gordan Matić has been the director of the Serbia Film Center since July 2019.

Regionally and internationally, Bullets over Marseille / Pucnji u Marseju premiered as part of the Montenegro Film Festival and the Sarajevo Film Festival and was part of the Film Encounters Festival, which took place in Niš, Serbia, in August 2021.

The film will hit theaters the day after its premiere in the Serbian capital. Bullets Over Marseille / Pucnji u Marseju are distributed themselves.

Production information:

RE-CREATIVE DUD (Serbia)
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Credits:
Director: Gordan Matić
Scriptwriters: Gordan Matić, Vladimir Andrić
DoP: Dusan Ivanovic
Editor: Aleksandar Popović
Composer: Marko Matović
Cast: Tihomir Stanić, Vladimir Aleksić, Svetozar Cvetković, Gordan Kičić, Strahinja Blažić, Đordje Đoković, Nikola Šurbanović, Tamara Aleksić, Tamara Krcunović, Nikola Milojević, Vladan Živković, David Tasić Daf.

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