Koštana Banović — SerbiaThe Netherlands — 2022 — 73'
Ruku Mojeju (Through My Hands) revolves around a sensory understanding of monastic life. In a convent on a small island in Montenegro, fifteen nuns – mostly young women, one of them blind – live their daily lives in a rhythm of work and prayer, and in the endlessly undulating movements of nature. Over a period of nine years, the sensory documentary gradually developed as a result of the filmmaker’s intense involvement in this monastic community.
|Producers||Rolf Orthel, Vladimir Šojat|
|Director of photography||Koštana Banović, Temra Pavlović|
|Editor||Temra Pavlović, Stefan Pavlović, Jelena Rosić|
|Category||Serbian Competition Programme|