Original Title: Presuda Spanish Title: English Title: The Verdict Year and month of production: 2021 Length: 14 minutes Production country: Serbia Genre: Fiction Language: Serbian Subtitles: English Trailer (link): Web: Facebook:
Accused of murdering her husband, brother of the construction minister, Ana Knezevic is silently
awaiting her trial. The lawyer assigned to her on official duty, David Klug, manages with his
sincerity to gain Ana's trust. With a series of dangerous questions, driven by a desire for truth
and a clearly set goal, he draws attention to himself, coming across various obstacles and threats.
Dora Jung was born on 9TH of July, 1997. In Corfu, Greece.
In 2004 she came to Belgrade, where she attended elementary school and gymnasium in parallel with the lower ballet school.
Since 2015 she has been involved in the work of the Belgrade Dance Festival, first as assistant to the technical director and later as a stage manager for certain plays.
In 2016 she enrolled the Faculty of Media and Communications, film department, where her mentors during her studies were Vuk Rumović, Rajko Petrovic, Bosko Prostran and Sneana Penev.
She is currently finishing her undergraduate studies.
In October 2017, she was part of a team that organized the reopening of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, and the personal photographer of the choreographer Jacob Godani and his troupe, Dresden Frankfurt, who were part of the opening.
In 2019, she made a short documentary about the Belgrade Philharmonic called "More Than Classics". So far, the film has been on the program of the Near Nazareth Film Festival in Israel.
In 2021, at the Belgrade Dance Festival, she worked as the stage manager for the New York City Ballet's performance.
Plans and ideas for the future are further work on films, and the enrollment of master studios of film production abroad.
Ca'foscari Venice short film festival
Star Film Festival Croatia
Student Cuts Slovenia