Early Works (film)
|Directed by||Želimir Žilnik|
|Written by||Branko Vučićević|
Early Works (Serbian: Rani Radovi, Serbian Cyrillic: Рани радови) is a 1969 Yugoslavian film by Serbian author Želimir Žilnik. It critically depicts the aftermath of the 1968 student demonstrations in Yugoslavia. It won the Golden Bear at the 19th Berlin International Film Festival in 1969.
The title was borrowed from the popular anthology of the early work by Marx and Engels published first in Yugoslavia in 1953. These early texts had a significant influence on the development of the Yugoslav Praxis School of philosophy. The title was chosen ironically as a comment on the discrepancy between the theory, as expressed by Marx and Engels in their work, and practice, as implemented by the Soviet Union and other countries of real socialism.
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- Milja Vujanović as Jugoslava
- Bogdan Tirnanić
- Čedomir Radović
- Marko Nikolić
- Slobodan Aligrudić
- Želimira Žujović
- Aleksic, Tatjana (2013). The Sacrificed Body: Balkan Community Building and the Fear of Freedom. University of Pittsburgh Press. pp. 110−111.
- "Berlinale 1969: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-03-07.
- Levi, Pavle (2007). Disintegration in Frames: Aesthetics and Ideology in the Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Cinema. Stanford University Press. pp. 34–35.
Želimir Žilnik's Early Works [...]—a 1969 film literally, but this time ironically, titled after Marx's writings
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