Belgrade sonata is about lack of empathy in modern society. It presents people from Mentally Challenged Aid Society spending days underground in an atomic shelter used during bombing, without light and fresh air, but showing their creativity and a way of life that can be good example for all of us.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Gordana Smudja finished Dramaturgy, University of Arts, Belgrade. She is a member of Drama Artists’ Association of Serbia and Literature Association of Serbia and winner of poetry award “Vladislav Petkovic DIS”, for best book of poetry, 2011. She is writing for many cultural magazines and has many awarded poems and stories, theatre plays, screenplays and theoretic works about film and theatre. Attended many courses and master classes of writing and documentary film and teaching on some of them.