correspondences #4

Radu Jude, Dead Nation, film-still
Ognjen Glavonić, Depth Two, film-still


On the occasion of the screening of Depth Two (Dubina Dva) by Ognjen Glavonić & The Dead Nation (Țara moartă) by Radu Jude

Curated by:

AIN & locus Athens

As part of the collective cinema project “Who Knows What Yesterday Will Bring?” AIN in collaboration with locus athens invited filmmakers, artists, curators, activists, to respond and reflect on each screening either through texts, visual essays or online conversations. These Correspondences will create a framework for the screenings and allowing for multiple readings interspersed in time.

An essay about the movie Depth Two by Aleksandra Sekulić, film program curator at the Center for Cultural Decontamination (CZKD, Belgrade). Translated by Sofia Grigoriadou.

A Look From the Stage – Depth Two by Ognjen Glavonić


A cinematographic essay based on autobiographical memories and historical contents around the work of the filmmaker Radu Jude by Yannis Kantea-Papadopoulos, film critic at Athinorama (Athens). Translated by Orfeas Apergis.

Memories of a dead country

Supported by:

Foundation for Arts Initiatives, Goethe-Institut Athen.

The event forms part of the “70 Years of the Goethe-Institut Athen” programme.