Non-Aligned Films is a film production company based in Belgrade, Serbia, founded in 2012 by young directors Ognjen Glavonic and Stefan Ivancic, together with producer Dragana Jovovic. The idea behind Non-Aligned Films is to function as a platform for producing the films of an upcoming generation of Serbian filmmakers.
Non-Aligned Films’ first production was the documentary Zivan Makes a Punk Festival (2014) directed by Ognjen Glavonic. Its international premiere was at Cinéma du Réel in Paris, and so far it has been screened at more than 45 international film festivals, including IFF Rotterdam. In addition to this, Non-Aligned Films produced three short films in 2014 – Stefan Ivancic’s documentary 1973 (33 min. – world premiere: Visions du Réel) and his fiction Moonless Summer (31 min. – world premiere in Cannes, Cinéfondation) and the experimental documentary Heavens (19 min.), directed by Jelena Maksimovic and Ivan Salatic, which premiered at CPH:DOX. Depth Two, a documentary by Ognjen Glavonic and produced by Non-Aligned Films, had its world premiere at the Berlinale Forum 2016.
The Load is the first fiction feature-length film produced by Non-Aligned Films. The project has been supported by the Hubert Bals Fund, the CNC (Cinémas du monde), Visions Sud Est, the Croatian Audiovisual Center, Eurimages and AP Vojvodina. The project was presented at CineMart in Rottedam, won the award of the jury for the Best Pitch at Connecting Cottbus.
Non-Aligned Films is currently producing and developing several feature length and short film projects including Sailor Girl (dir. Ivan Salatic), Thesaurus (dir. Marko Grba Singh) and Limbo (dir. Stefan Ivancic & Marko Grba Singh).