Vladimir Tomic, Denmark, 2015
Life on a Refugee Ship
25. nov 2015 | BEST OF FESTS. Fleeing Sarajevo with his family in 1992, Vladimir Tomic spent two years on a refugee ship in Denmark. Flotel Europa is the director's personal story about a boy trying to live a normal life in a
Danish films at IDFA
18. nov 2015 | IDFA 2015. Read on to find all the hard facts and soft features about the Danish documentary films showing now at IDFA, the big doc fest in Amsterdam running 18-29 November.
Danish docs headed for IDFA
09. oct 2015 | IDFA. Christian Sønderby Jepsen's "Natural Disorder" is selected for the main competition at this year's IDFA doc fest. See the full list of nine titles screening at the festival which takes off on 18
Growing up on a refugee ship
21. feb 2015. Fleeing Sarajevo with his family in 1992, Vladimir Tomic spent two years on a refugee ship in Denmark. In Flotel Europa, the director juxtaposes VHS footage shot by the Bosnians living on the ship
The Look of Silence and Flotel Europa win prizes in Berlin
14. feb 2015 | BERLIN. Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Look of Silence" wins the Peace Film Prize, and Vladimir Tomic's "Flotel Europa" wins the Tagesspiegel Reader's Jury Award.
Snapshots from Berlin
12. feb 2015 | BERLIN. "Antboy – Revenge of the Red Fury" had its international premiere Monday in Generation Kplus. The ten Danish films selected for this year's festival range from tales of superheroes over TV drama to
Flotel Europa to Berlin
15. jan 2015 | FESTIVAL. Vladimir Tomic' documentary about growing up on the refugee ship Flotel Europa in the 1990's is selected for Berlin's Forum section.
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The film premiered at the Berlinale and won a readers’ prize from the Tagesspiegel newspaper. Tomic debuted as a director with My Lost Generation (2009), which screened at a number of festivals, including CPH:DOX. Tomic graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2009.
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