Udruženje Maja medija je postavila izložbu filmskih postera popularnih indijskih filmova koji su se prikazivali u našim bioskopima u prošlom veku.
Izložba je postavljena u hodniku ulaza u Novi bioskop zvezda u sklopu manifestacije “Povratak u prošlost – Indija” koja će trajati do 7.jula. U okviru ove manifestacije će biti projekcije indijskih filmova u bašti bioskopa Zvezda.
Back to past – India
9.6. Gandhi / 16.6. Pather Panchali / 23.6. Aparajito / 30.6. The World of Apu / 7.7.
( The screening start at 9 p.m.)
New cinema Star (Zvezda), Terazije 40, summer garden, Belgrade
This cycle of film screenings is dedicated to the history of Indian cinema.
Through this time machine, we want to introduce the citizens of Belgrade and the visitors of the New Cinema Zvezda to 100 and more long years of this once popular cinematography in our country in the last century.
With this cycle of screenings called “Back in the past – India” we want to remember all the films, actors and actresses that were once popular and watched in our cinemas. On the next five Fridays, the magic of Bollywood awaits you, while every day in the corridor you will be able to see 40 original film posters from the SFRY era.
About organization and according to the idea of the project of the association “Maya Media”
The association “MAYA MEDIA,” was founded as a voluntary, non-governmental, and non-profit association of citizens. Its goal is to promote and foster cultural and economic cooperation between Serbia and India.
The association participates in encouraging the mutual promotion of Serbia and India by showcasing the richness of both cultures gastronomically, ethnically, linguistically, and religiously. Additionally, it aims to affirm and develop friendship and cooperation between the two countries and their people.
About cinema “Star”
Cinema Zvezda, also known as Novi Bioskop Zvezda, is a historic cinema located in Belgrade,
Serbia. It has been an important cultural landmark in the city for over a century.
The cinema had officially closed in 2007, due to financial difficulties and changing trends in the film industry.
Since its reopening in 2014, constant threats of closure and privatization inspire protests and activism by supporters who believe in the importance of preserving this cultural institution.
Cinema Zvezda plays a significant role in the sociocultural life of Belgrade as a popular destination for cinephiles and film enthusiasts, providing a platform for both mainstream and independent films.
Zvezda Cinema is a historical monument and by that is under the protection of The Council of Conservation of Monuments. It was the atelier of the first Serbian photographer Anastas Jovanovic, one of the first photographers overall, who worked in the era of Louis Daguerre. The building was erected in 1890 and in 1911 it became the “Koloseum Cinema”. Upon the end of World War II in 1945, and the arrival of socialism, it became a state-owned cinema and its name was changed to “Zvezda” (Star).
With kind regards
Maya Media team
C.E.O. of Maya Media
Vice president of Maya Media