Storefront Diva (Phase one) from Aleksandar Kostic on Vimeo.
16 mm, 3 min, 2003
This film examines the circle of life and the mystery of our existence.
We struggle to overcome destiny, but in the end our souls return to the same source that first give us a life.
– Screened at Anthology Archives, New York City, NY 2003
16 mm, 9 min, 2004
A lonely elderly man confines himself to his tiny one-room apartment, mourning the loss of his beloved wife. Over time, he forges a bond with The Room, bringing into existence a presence that eases the loneliness of his final days. Tenants come and go in the years that follow, but none form a connection with The Room and its spirit fades away.
– Award for Outstanding Conceptual Peace at New School University 2004– Screened at Anthology Archives, New York City 2004– Screened at Barcelona International Film Festival 2005– Screened at Flickering @ Cornerstone Festival, Chicago, IL, 2004
2011, Narated by Miki Manojlovic, HD, 3min
Danilo Kis (February 22, 1935-October 15, 1989) was a Yugoslavian author and poet whose work was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. This short film is inspired by Kis story, “A Tomb for Boris Davidovich”.
– Screened at Festival Krokodil, Belgrade, Serbia 2011