Wind, Talk to Me

by Stefan Đorđević

Vetre, pričaj sa mnom, fiction, co-production
Ready to premiere Q1 2024
RS, SI, HR

Stefan accidentally hits a dog on the road while driving to his grandmother’s birthday. He re-establishes relations with his family, whom he hasn’t seen since his mother’s death. Stefan is troubled by thoughts of the dog he had hurt. Overwhelmed by the feeling of guilt, together with his nephew Djole he searches the dog in the woods and saves him. A year earlier, Stefan films his mother Neca. She lives in a camping trailer at the lake while battling cancer. Stefan and Djole take care of the dog at the lake. The rest of the family joins them and meets Lija, the dog. Stefan and his brother Bosko find Neca’s diaries in the camping trailer. Lija eats them and runs away. The search for Lija grows into a mixture of feelings which bring Stefan to a crash. Neca talks to Stefan about the power of the wind, which he does not understand.

screenwriter
Stefan Đorđević
director
Stefan Đorđević
producers
Dragana Jovović, Stefan Đorđević, Stefan Ivančić, Ognjen Glavonić
co-producers
Jožko Rutar, Miha Černec, Vanja Jambrović
director of photography
Marko Brdar
film editor
Dragan von Petrović
production designer
Dragana Baćović
costume designer
Biljana Grgur
key make-up artist
Jovana Vukosavljević
sound designer
Julij Zornik
featuring
Negrica Đorđević, Stefan Đorđević, Boško Đorđević, Đorđe Davidović, Budimir Jovanović, Ljiljana Jovanović, Marina Davidović, Vidak Davidović, Ana Petrović
production
Non-Aligned Films
co-production
Katunga, SPOK Films, Staragara, Restart
co-funding
Film Center Serbia, The Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia, Slovenian Film Centre, VSE - visions sud est, Creative Europe - MEDIA

SPOK Films
Jožko Rutar

jozko.rutar@gmail.com

Stefan Djordjevic, 1987, Bor, Serbia, was introduced to film through the debut of Nikola Lezaic TILVA ROSH, in which he played one of the leading roles. The film was nominated for EFA European Discovery, 2010. He completed his MA at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, Camera department. His graduation film A HANDFUL OF STONES had its international premiere at the ACID programme of Cannes FF. His short film THE LAST IMAGE OF FATHER premiered at Locarno FF.