Screening + Q&A: Speak So I Can See You


07:00pm – 10:00pm

Marija Stojnić

Speak So I Can See You takes us to a seemingly different era, by exploring the world of Radio Belgrade. One of Europe’s oldest radio stations and a true institution of the city, the station still broadcasts original programming and helps keep history, culture and critical thought, as well as ever- relevant questions about ourselves and the world, from slipping out of memory and mind.
Set at the intersection of an observational documentary and a unique sensory experience, the film conjures everyday scenes at the station and immersing interludes exploring the relationship between sound and the space it inhabits.

Speak So I Can See You

Serbia, Croatia, Qatar 2019, 73′, serbian with english subtitles

A Bilboke Production

Director and Writer: Marija Stojnić

Producers: Marija Stojnić, Miloš Ivanović

Cinematographer: Dušan Grubin

Sound Designer: Ivan Zelić

Original composition in the film: “Arhiva” by Filip Mitrović

Following the screening of her film “Speak So I Can See You”, Marija Stojnić will give a short presentation about her work with sound design and how she utilised sound archives, music and speech for her film.

Ticket: 12 € (incl. 19 % VAT) or
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Working Language: English
Location: STUDIO KINO, Bernstorffstrasse 93, D-22767 Hamburg

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In case of unforeseeable events in connection with the Corona pandemic, which make participation or
a trip to / stay in Hamburg impossible, we will of course refund the fees already paid.

Marija Stojnić is an award-winning director and producer whose recent films focus on cultural heritage, ancestral music and experimental sound. Her film “Speak so I can see you” premiered at IDFA 2019 and MoMA’s DocFortnight 2020 in New York. In 2016 she founded the production company Bilboke and since 2019 she is part of the film collective SET SAIL FILMS.