U pripremi

Home
Bijelo Dugme (White Button) - film PDF Štampaj E-pošta
Untitled 1

SYSTEM ENTERTAINMENT i OPEN STAGE THEATRE
sa ponosom predstavljaju

Kupite karte online i preuzmite ih pre početka predstave!

  TORONTO
Petak 2. Mart / Friday, March 2nd
21:15h

Royal Cinema
608 College Street Toronto
 
 
 

PRODAJNA MESTA (KLIK)

System Entertainment info:
416.8282390
info@systementertainment.com

Open Stage Theatre info:
416.6702791

CENA KARATA/TICKETS: 12$ 


WHITE BUTTON (Bijelo dugme)
Rock and Roll documentary
(English subtitle)

Genre: Documentary
Country: Serbia
Duration: 86 min

Director: Igor Stoimenov
Scenario: Zoran Panjković, Igor Stoimenov

Cast: Goran Bregović, Zoran Redžić, Milić Vukašinović, Petar Popović, Raka Marić, Saša Lošić, Nele Karajlić, Uroš Djurić, Siniša Škarica, Piko Stančić, Vlada Divljan, Duško Kovačević, Srdjan Karanović, Zlatko Gal, Petar Janjatović, Neda Arnerić, Jura Stublić, Aleksandar Dragaš, Mirko Ilić, Branko Rosić, Boris Dežulović, Slobodan Terzić, narrated by - Nikola Đuričko

Short Synopsis:
"White Button" were a band with the effect of the Beatles in former Yugoslavia, and this documentary charts their life through that troubled era.

Review:
White Button, or Bijelo Digme, might not be a name familiar to audiences on this side of Europe or across the pond, but from the early 1970's up until the end of the 1980's they were the most popular and influential band throughout the various territories that comprised Yugoslavia.

Hailing from the Bosnian capital of Sarejevo, White Button could be seen as an Eastern European version of The Beatles in terms of their popularity and ability to create mass hysteria wherever they played. Essentially a conglomerate of different Western Rock'n'Roll bands of that period, from Led Zeppelin, through T-Rex, to The Rolling Stones, they paved the way for an entire music scene. They also imported the outrageous decadence of that culture which was somewhat at odds with the 'Socialist Youth' of Yugoslavia.

The documentary provides an interesting political context to White Button’s career; the band started as the new constitution was formed in Belgrade under dictator Tito, and broke up in 1989, just a year before the state disintegrated. We see how the band influenced the politics of the time, with front-man Goran Brejovic, a champion of multiculturalism, keen to promote unity through his music in an ethnically mixed and politically volatile country. This fascinating documentary, made up of interviews with the band members, as well as photographs and footage from the band’s peak, sheds light onto an under documented and little known musical phenomenon as locally powerful as anything England of America has seen.

SINOPSIS:

Ono što su Bitlsi (The Beatles) za svetsku pop kulturu, takav značaj ima „Bijelo dugme“ za bivšu Jugoslaviju i istočnu Evropu. Ovaj dokumentarni film istražuje uticaje zapadne pop kulture na jednu svojstvenu komunističku zemlju – bivšu Jugoslaviju. Rokenrol kao vrsta muzike je masovno prihvaćen upravo zahvaljujući bendu Bijelo dugme. Njihovi koncerti okupljali su na stotine hiljada fanova od Beograda do Moskve, njihovi albumi objavljeni su u milionima primeraka, članovi benda prvi su doneli u region  skandale povezane sa drogom i dekadencijom... Sudbina benda „Bijelo dugme“ nedvosmisleno je povezana sa sudbinom bivše Jugoslavije...
 
     


Sponzori:
 
 
 
Promotivni partneri: www.urbanasrbija.com

www.novine.ca

www.radiooaza.com www.topproduction.com
 
 
< Prethodno   Sledeće >