Mia Goes To Ličko Petrovo Selo
Mia meets the love of her life (Adnan) just before the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This new passionate love is cut off when borders close because lovers are from neighboring countries. Adnan is in quarantine in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Mia is in Rijeka, Croatia. After months of isolation and separation, Mia decides to marry Adnan
and drives to pick him up at the Croatia/ Bosnian border. The film “Mia goes to Ličko Petrovo Selo” follows her trip to the border crossing.
2020, Croatia, documentary, 9 min.
director: Natalija Stefanović
mentors: Maša Drndić, Sanja Kapidžić
production: New School of Documentary Film, Filmaktiv
Natalija Stefanović graduated in Cultural Studies at the University of Rijeka in 2017. She is a founder of the Street Aristocracy collective, which operates at the crossroads of art, activism, and education. Natalia is also a co-author of Photoshop for Proletarians, a platform that deals with issues of aesthetics, work, and power in
the era of late capitalism. Her field of artistic practice is collage, analog and digital, static and
moving. She loves film editing and is overly fond of cats.