Belgrade with Boris Malagurski [DVD]

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Belgrade with Boris Malagurski [DVD]

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‘Belgrade with Boris Malagurski’ is a Canadian documentary film by Boris Malagurski, dealing with the story of the dazzling capital of Serbia. From the quiet cafes, to the sparkling nightlife, Belgrade, with its magnificent architecture, peaceful parks, splendid restaurants with authentic Balkan food, remarkable art and electrifying museums, is a city that never sleeps. Featuring Novak Djokovic.

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'Belgrade with Boris Malagurski' is a 2013 Canadian documentary film produced, directed and hosted by Boris Malagurski, presenting with the story of the dazzling capital of Serbia. People from all over the world are attracted to this city for its charm and beauty. From the quiet cafes, to the sparkling nightlife, Belgrade is a city that never sleeps.

It has magnificent architecture, peaceful parks, splendid restaurants with authentic Balkan food, remarkable art and electrifying museums. A city between East and West, with a turbulent history to tell. But what makes Belgrade the most appealing is the spirit of its people. Belgrade has the most interesting men and the most enigmatic women. Some of the best sportsmen in the world are from Belgrade. Anyone who experiences this city will undoubtedly fall in love with it. Welcome to Belgrade.

The film had its world premiere at Sava Centar in October 2013, while it was also screened in Johannesburg in South Africa, Toronto in Canada, Innsbruck in Austria, Moscow in Russia, Stuttgart and Berlin in Germany and other cities worldwide. The film was broadcasted in 2014 on Radio Television Serbia. ’Belgrade with Boris Malagurski’ features an exclusive interview with tennis star Novak Djokovic.

Language: English, Serbian

Narration: English

Subtitles: English, Serbian, German, French, Italian, Russian, Greek, Portuguese, Polish, Slovenian, Czech, Slovak, Swedish, Danish, Hungarian, Indonesian

Genre: Documentary, Art, History, Travel

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