Stefan Arsenijevic has a degree in direction from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he now teaches. His short subject (A)torsion (2003) won more than 30 national and international awards, among which the Golden Bear at the Berlinale, the European Film Academy Award, and an Oscar nomination. He directed one of the six episodes of the project Lost and Found (2005) created at the Berlinale Forum. His first feature film Love and Other Crimes (2008) premiered at the Berlinale Panorama Special section and then participated in numerous international film festivals, where it won several awards.  With Bojan Vuletic, he co-wrote the feature film Practical Guide to Belgrade with Singing and Crying (2011). They also collaborated on the screenplay for Stefan’s second feature film, As Far as I Can Walk (2021). Since 2015, Stefan also directs the Goethe Institute’s professional formation program for Southeastern European directors, FIRST FILMS FIRST and is a member of the European Film Academy.

As Far as I Can Walk

Strahinya and his wife Ababuo left Ghana at the beginning of the emigration crisis. They were able to reach Germany and from there were sent to Belgrade. Strahinya does his best to start a new life and obtain the right of asylum. But the procedure is very long, and Ababuo, an intense woman, dreams of [...]

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