October 12, 2011
Vienna– United Nations – Film “Sisters” was shown at the regular UN conference on the International organized crime convention. After the projection which was attended by representatives of more than 70 countries, UNODOC high official Pierre Lapaque, handed a special letter of thanks to Bojana Maljevic for the film “Sisters”, “Blue heart” campaign and for supporting the fight against human trafficking.
August 25, 2011
“Sisters” won three prizes at the festival Filmski susreti in the town of Niš: Ljubomir Bandović – Grand Prix (for the films “Sisters” by Vladimir Paskaljević and “Enemy” by Dejan Zečević; Ivana Vuković – Carica Teodora – best female leading role, and Ana Mandić – best female supporting role for the film “Sisters”.
June 15, 2011
Film “Sisters” had its premieres and was shown without charging the tickets in the following towns: Smederevo, Bor, Subotica, Č̌ač̌ak, Jagodina, Niš, Kruševac, Zrenjanin, Sremska Mitrovica, Kraljevo, Kovin, Vrnjačka Banja... all viewers received a “Blue Heart” badge, the symbol of the global UN campaign for fighting human trafficking. Every film projection was followed by a debate on trafficking.
May 29, 2011
Film “Sisters” was shown today at the festival “MIXER” in Belgrade. Miami Law school professor, Rosa Patt was an honored guest of the debate, who emphasized the significance of this project in the prevention of human trafficking.
May 9, 2011
Festival on human rights VIVISECT in Novi Sad was opened by the film “Sisters” in the great hall of the Culture center. The premiere was attended by the mayor Igor Pavličić, provincial government officials and judiciary, police, and Red Cross representatives along with social welfare center representatives. After the projection, the actors took part in the debate on human trafficking.
April 10, 2011
TV docudrama “Sisters” had its gala premiere in Dom Omladine in Belgrade and was attended, apart from the authors and the actors, by Serbian Prime minister, Mirko Cvetković, president of the national assembly, Slavica Đukić-Dejanović, Minister of interior affairs Ivica Dačić, EU head of delegation Vincent Degeart, Chief of Mission IOM Serbia Gregoire Goodstein, as well as many other public figures.
17 October 2010
Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said today that a very important project against human trafficking has been launched with the recording of TV film "Sisters", as part of the government’s fight against organised crime. Cvetkovic said on the set of the first scene of this TV film that apart from drug trafficking, human trafficking is one of the major forms of organised crime. The Prime Minister expressed the hope that this project will, in its artistic way, serve as a warning to all those who might become victims of trafficking. The shooting the first scene was also attended by First Mission Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic and Head of the EU in Serbia Vincent Degert, who gave support to the fight against human trafficking through film projects.
18 June 2010
Monte Royal Pictures is one of the
winners of the EU competition
"Support to the media in the field of European integrations" along with
25 other media organizations.
The irretrievable financial help in the
amount of 100,000 EUR was given
to MRP for the TV drama "Sisters",
dealing with the topic of human
trafficking.The scripwriter is Milena Markovic.The chief of the EU delegation in Serbia, Mr.Vinsent Degert, signed a contract with
Bojana Maljevic, the producer
of this project.
30 March 2010
The Government of the
Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
and Monte Royal Pictures signed
a contract for co-financing of the feature film for children
1 March 2010
Ministry of Labour, Employment
and Social Policy,
Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and
Monte Royal Pictures signed
an annex to the contract
on the implementation of the
series "Modern Slavery”.
Detailed schedule continuing implementation will soon
be known and published.
27 November 2009
The project for feature TV series "Modern Slavery" on human trafficking was presented in Geneva.
Delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia attended the meeting of the Council of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), where Serbian Minister Dacic made a speech on “Managing Migration in Serbia" in which the project "Modern Slavery" was also presented.
3 November 2009
Monte Royal Pictures and
writer Mirjana Bobić Mojsilović
have signed the contract to adapt
the novel “The Alphabet Of My Life” for the screen.This novel sold over 17,000 copies in Serbia
in less than one year.
Novels of Mirjana Bobić Mojsilović
are translated and published in Italy,
France, Croatia, Chec Republic,
Slovenia, and Slovachia.
Monte Royal Pictures will produce
30 one hour episodes of the
TV series "The Alphabet Of My Life".
8 October 2009
Feature film for children “Zmajovini pangalozi” from the writer and director Boban Skerlić is one of the winners of the open competition organized by the Municipality of Belgrade to support the national cinematography. This feature will be produced by Monte Royal Pictures.
1 October 2009
In Montenegro was finished shooting of scenes for the movie trailer for the feature film “Dagger:Operation Montenegro“.
26 September 2009
- The crew of “Operation Montenegro” travel from Belgrade to Montenegro, to continue shooting scenes for the movie trailer.
23 September 2009
- Monte Royal starts to shoot the trailer for the film “Operation Montenegro “in Belgrade.
After couple of scenes shoot in Belgrade and Montenegro, this American-Serbian co-production will continue the realization of the project in spring 2010.
21 September 2009
- The leading actor of “Operation Montenegro”, David Bradley, and the Director, Ben Perry, arrive in Belgrade. David Bradley was the star of “American Ninja” ,“Expect to Die”, “Total Reality” and “American Samurai” and will play the leading role in “Operation Montenegro”.