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Yugoslav Film Archive - the Collection of the Most Iconic Yugoslav Films

The Yugoslav Film Archive is a film archive located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Founded in 1949, it is a founding member of the International Federation of Film Archives and was the national film library of the Yugoslavia and currently of the Republic of Serbia. Founding document was signed by Marshal Josip Broz Tito.

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This small but fascinating archive houses almost 80,000 films from the former Yugoslavia, as well as important works from across the world and tons of cinematic paraphernalia, including the first Serbian film (dating from 1904) and Charlie Chaplin’s stick. It has regular screenings of important, obscure (and everything in between) movies.

Get in touch

Yugoslav Cinematheque Archive
Kneza Viseslava 88, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
P: 354 98 63/357 21 53/354 97 94
E: kinarhiv@kinoteka.org.rs
W: www.kinoteka.org.rs

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