Nikola Jovic

Nikola is a senior undergraduate in the Department of Philosophy and a film critic from Serbia. He is also one of the founders of the film studies discussion group at the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, which aims to examine the relation of film to different disciplines within the humanities, through interdisciplinary means of analysis. As a film critic, he has been a full-time contributor to web-magazine Autostoperski vodič koz fantastiku, and over the years has contributed to other web-portals such as Oblakoder and Kultiviši se. His philosophy papers on the subject of philosophy of media have been represented in different publications.

Latest Film Reviews

Rifkin's Festival
The story of a couple who attend San Sebastian Film Festival only to find their romance tested.
A woman from Scotland, while traveling in Colombia, begins to notice strange sounds. Soon she begins to think about their appearance.
Ahed's Knee
An Israeli filmmaker throws himself in the midst of two battles doomed to fail: one against the death of freedom, the other against the death of a mother.
A pair of old friends revisit the scene of a crime with unexpected consequences.
To Kill The Beast
A teenager arrives in a village on the border between Brazil and Argentina, looking to find her brother. Her stay at aunt's hostel where people are shaken by the appearance of a mythical beast, will incite an emotional journey of sexual rediscovery.
107 Mothers
Docufiction considering the lives of mothers in Odessa women's prison.
Fed up with misdeeds committed by Chicago law enforcement and a political system unwilling to hold anyone accountable, two millennial Black women take action.
Mika’s return to her home country, in order to tend her sick father, will set her on a trip down memory lane in search of warmth and connection.


Monika Kotecka and Karolina Poryzała on girl power in The Herd
15 Oct 2021
Monika Kotecka and Karolina Poryzała on their girl power documentary feature The Herd

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