VICE film “Tetovirane bake” (Tattooed Grandmas)

Duboko u središtu Bosne i Hercegovine, VICE Srbija je pronašao sasvim posebne bake koje čuvaju neobičnu tradiciju koja vuče korene još iz vremena Osmanlija. Katarina Petrović nas upoznaje sa “Tetoviranim bakama”. Link za dokumentarni film “Tetovirane bake”, VICE Srbija VICE Serbia “Tetovirane bake” – Teaser from Katarina Petrovic on Vimeo.  

VICE film “Bacanje hrane” (Food Waste)

Godišnje se u Srbiji baci ili uništi oko 250 hiljada tona hrane. Prema nekim istraživanjima rast stope siromaštva pokazuje da skoro devet odsto stanovništva nije u stanju da zadovolji osnovne životne potrebe, dok prema nezvaničnim podacim,a na beogradskim ulicama živi oko 5.000 beskućnika. Njihova najveća svakodnevna briga je šta pojesti tog dana. Dok radna grupa…

BELEF 2011 ULAY

Ulay makes a statement regarding the cancellation of his participation on Belef, then asks me to help him demonstrate what the performance was supposed to be about and finishes by reading a poem to me. BELEF 2011 ULAY izjava povodom otkazivanja gostovanja from Belef Centar on Vimeo.

Nadlanu.com: Pal Zileri proleće/leto 2011

“Predstavljamo vam dvadeset devetu reviju muških odela Pal Zileri, kolekcije prolece/leto 2011. Prepoznatljivog lutalackog duha, rediteljka Katarina Petrovic vodi vas u glamur 60ih kojim pleni ova renomirana modna manifestacija inspirisana bojama, ali i vecitim sarmom neizbezno romanticnog ostrva Kapri.” Preuzeto sa sajta NADLANU.COM Rezija | Katarina Petrovic Snimatelj | Danijel Lukovic Grafika & VFX |…

Otvoren filmski festival u Šefildu

Published on B92′s Online News: http://www.b92.net/kultura/vesti.php?nav_category=268?yyyy=2010&mm=11&dd=04&nav_id=470138 U Šefildu je 3. novembra otvoren 17. Festival dokumentarnog fima poznatiji kao Sheffield Doc Fest. Nakon celodnevnih predavanja i upoznavanja zvaničnih učesnika festivala sa producentima, festival je zvanično otvorilla komičarka i glumica Joan Rivers, ujedno najavljujući britansku premijeru filma, “Joan Rivers, A Piece of Work”. Na neuobičajeno živahnoj i…

Special Education Needs labels doubled in 20 years while the financial support is dropping

Every fifth child is labeled with a Special Needs statement, which is double the number from 20 years ago, the latest Department for Education statistics show. The Release figures show that in 2010 more than 30 000 children between the age of two and four were assessed by schools or nurseries as having special needs.…

A “pale green” future for Special Education in Britain’s Big Society

No mention has been made yet on the position of Special Education in the Tories’ “Big Society” plan launched this week. David Cameron announced establishment of a “Big Society Bank” to finance charities and voluntary groups, but days later British charity Barnardo’s still has no information on how the plan will deliver. “The plans will…

Another blow for Special Schools…

Another blow for Special Schools as spending “clean up” scratched off School building programme Special Schools across the country are reeling from the impact of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s decision to cut £1bn from the schools budget, seriously compromising the improvement building plans of many affected school communities. “For years we have been struggling with…

Academies Bill

UK’s new Education Bill provokes new heed for disabled children After years of policies, acts, debates and disappointment, disabled children may be victims of the new Government’s rush to create more academy schools. This is a warning from director of Alliance for Inclusive Education, Tara Flood. “The new Academy Bill will certainly reverse inclusive practice”…

Interview with Edward Mirzoeff

Interview with the British documentary filmmaker Edward Mirzoeff How the industry is structured today and quintessential advice  for the young documentary filmmakers (so, do “always be patient to those who give it”). Interview with Edward Mirzoeff by Katarina Petrovic From the University of Exeter data base: “Edward Mirzoeff had directed and produced many individual film documentaries…

Earth(quake) Diaries 

Haiti, just the other day   Today something like a millionth part of second may not seem as much, but in years to come, this makes me question how much will 1.26 microseconds add up to? And will this day will be remembered in history as the day that time was manipulated for the first…

Burlesque of Sherborne

A mum of three just might be giving Sherborne their very own “Calendar girls” as she begins teaching her first Burlesque lessons. The classes are being held by Jo Freestone, 44, award – winning actress of the Amateur Players of Sherborne, and a granddaughter of a professional Shakespearian actor. “In holding burlesque classes I believe…

Bournemouth Diaries – “Classical clubbing” bringing youth to art

“Classical clubbing” bringing youth to art An innovative genre of music, combining DJ sets with classics by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, will explode in Bournemouth’s “Late Night of Classical Clubbing”. Lead by the young conductor Kirill Karabits, BSO will be joined by DJ’s Gabriel Prokofiev and Danny Rampling in the event that will take place…

This one is for me

When I was 17… I bought a notebook with blood red velvet covers, and it was for my thoughts. Not a diary, but a diary. On the first page I wrote “Just like my Phoenix, I am born and I die over and again…”. I don’t remember the rest, the book is in my house in…

Bournemouth Diaries: Face veil ban

Bournemouth Islamic community angry with the French face veil ban Tama Bouguerrache, Head Teacher at the Bournemouth Islamic Centre Bournemouth Islamic community is infuriated after the French Government approved a draft law forbidding women to wear a face veil. Members are now concerned that Britain may follow suit, said Bournemouth Islamic community relations spokesman, Tariq K.…

In Memoriam, 30.11.2009

“What illuminates our dreams, which take place in total darkness, behind our closed eyes? The memory of light which is no more, or the light of the future which you borrow like an advance on tomorrow’s day, which has yet to dawn?” Serb writer Milorad Pavic dies aged 80 20:36 30/11/2009 Serbian poet, novelist and…

Bournemouth University Diaries

What if I turn into a romantic stalker? (an online journalism practical exercise, to stalk and write) He is a bold headed middle aged man with tattoos on his forearms. He shows up walking around fast, going into the gym talking to the people at the desk, then the up to the gallery and looking inside, making…

The First One

I have been advised by a soon to be my new University to start my own blog. I have a dilemma. It could be of an egotistical nature, and it could very well be a matter of modesty. I am reading about what a blog is, I have read a few by some people that…