Films from VIP Kinoteka project seen by millions

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Classic local films garner a lot of attention by TV audiences

Classic local films, digitally restored as part of the Vip Kinoteka project, were seen by millions on RTS 1 channel from January 8 to 12.

Famous films, such as Maratonci trče počasni krug, Nacionalna klasa, Ko to tamo peva, Varljivo leto 68, Specijalno vaspitanje, Lepota poroka, Petrijin venac, Kad budem mrtav i beo and Miris poljskog cveća, directed by some of the most famous Serbian directors and in which famous actors from our region starred, drew a lot of attention from the audience, and showed that these cult films are still being enjoyed, and that lines are still being quoted, and also confirmed the importance of digital restoration, which was started by the Yugoslav Film Archive, and completed with support by Vip mobile.

According to official data, the films Maratonci trče počasni krug and Ko to tamo peva by Slobodan Šijan and Nacionalna klasa by Goran Marković were the most popular, with 1.5 million viewers. Films Lepota poroka by Živko Nikolić and Varljivo leto ’68 by Goran Paskaljević were seen by 1.3 million people, while the classics Specijalno vaspitanje by Goran Marković, Petrijin venac and Miris poljskog cveća by Srđan Karanović and Kad budem mrtav i beo by Živojin Pavlović were seen by close to one million people.

The excellent ratings of the classic films, which were digitally restored as part of the Vip Kinoteka project, showed how important the quality of image and tone during screening are for the audience.

With positive reviews of the entire project, the people who worked on restoring films up to 50 years old were also praised. This complicated work was done by the Digitalization and Digital Restoration Division at the Yugoslav Film Archive.

Digitally restored versions of these films previously garnered major interest at special screenings last year at the Yugoslav Film Archive, which started the project of preserving and presenting the Serbian film heritage in late 2017, together with Vip mobile.


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