Service 2008

A struggling family (Gina Pareño, Jaclyn Jose, Coco Martin) owns a Filipino porn theater where prostitutes conduct their business.

Serbian Scars 2009

The dramatic action film follows a soldier who ventures to America in search of his long lost brother, unaware that his brother may hold the key to a devastating weapon their father developed years ago and that a terrorist now wants to possess.

Made in Serbia 2005

MADE IN SERBIA portrays the Serbian video porn industry by presenting four life stories of domestic porn actors. Unlike their Western counterparts, these people work in porn industry in order to survive and obtain basic life supplies. The film follows the young hot shot porn star who travels to a shoot in Hungary, a bisexual actor who visits hometown, a 40 year old actress that invites her husband into the porn business and a peasant who became a local legend thanks to working in porn industry. The whole story is framed within one young man's search for the long lost girl who appears to have entered the world of porn. He shoots the documentary in order to find her.

Wild Serbia 2011

Serbia is located at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. It is also one of Europe’s natural wonders, filled with a rich variety of landscapes and animals.To this day a large number of Serbian people live in close communion with nature, proud of the storks’ nests in the villages, the ancient species of livestock that have been preserved and the vultures that return to make their home here. In many places people are pleased to see bears, lynx and wolves, and even jackals are at home in the forests of Serbia. This documentary presents Serbia's breath-taking, picturesque regions and unique wildlife on a journey to the most beautiful and wildest areas of the Balkan Peninsula.

Serbian Epics 1992

Paul Pawlikowski's award-winning documentary on life behind Serbian lines in Bosnia. The film observes the roots of the extreme nationalism which has torn apart a country and provides a chilling examination of the dangerous power of ancient nationalist myths.

The Serbian Girl 1991

The naive 18 year old Dobrila leaves her little Serbian village to travel to Hamburg, Germany, where her boyfriend lives. The trip is not easy. Finally in Hamburg she has to realize her boyfriend is not very interested in a relationship. She doesn't tell him she's pregnant and starts on her way home to Serbia, which turns out to be even more exhausting.

The Serbian Lawyer 2014

Ten years after fleeing the regime in Serbia, Marko finds himself defending some of the very people that he fought against while he lived there, including the notorious Radovan Karadzic.

The Serbian Dane 2001

Miniseries of 3 episodes of 50 minutes based on the bestseller by Leif Davidsen. Religious fanatics put a price on the head of the controversial Anglo-Iranian writer Sara Santanda. $ 4 million. Sarah decides to come out of hiding and face in Copenhagen. The uncomfortable visit for the government of Denmark triggered a great safety device. Meanwhile, somewhere in the troubled former Yugoslavia, a young man named Vuk (Serbian sniper does not kill for money but for ideology) accepted the task of killing the famous writer during his visit to Copenhagen.

Serbia, Year Zero 2001

Documentary that follows events after the fall of Slobodan Milosevic, while looking back on the previous fifteen years, tracing his rise to power. Personal testimony alternates with analysis of a disintegrating society.

Hand Made in Serbia 2010

A visual notebook by Igor Stanojević, created during the production of the 2010 Dragan Mrdja shoe collection in Belgrade, Serbia.

Korn: Live In Serbia 2009

Right Now Did My Time Thoughtless Falling Away From Me Coming Undone Bagpipe Interlude Helmet in the Bush Here to Stay Fake / One Freak on a Leash Y'All Want a Single Chi Somebody Someone Encore: Blind Got the Life Another Brick in the Wall

A Serbian Film 2010

Milos, a retired porn star, leads a normal family life trying to make ends meet. Presented with the opportunity of a lifetime to financially support his family for the rest of their lives, Milos must participate in one last mysterious film. From then on, Milos is drawn into a maelstrom of unbelievable cruelty and mayhem.

Tarot Serbia! 2010

Documentary road movie ‘Tarot Serbia’ is following Milan Radonjić, the star of ‘Commercial Tarot’ on his odyssey through rural, provincial parts of Serbia, where he’s invited to be the guest of honor at local TV stations. On his journey Milan will explore and reveal the characters of people living at the very edge of society, the ones who lost their jobs during transition, refugees from Bosnia and Kosovo, war veterans, invalids, sick people, betrayed lovers, girls possessed by demons, lonely pensioners, exorcists and all other people asking him for help and solution to all their problems.

The Calvary of Serbia 1932

Still regarded as the best Serbian documentary film account of WW1 ever, it gathers all the available footage of Serbia's army, its battles on the home ground, its refuge on the island of Corfu, its victorious offensive on the Thessaloniki Front and the return to the homeland. The original documentary footage from 1915–1918 was somewhat supplemented in a small measure with some staged reenactments of Serbian army retreating over Albania, and later liberation of Belgrade. The first version of this documentary epic was shown in 1930 under the title "For the Honour of Homeland". Andrija Glisic and Zarija Djokic later made a new sound version of the previous silent movie and renamed it "Fire Over the Balkans".

A Serbian Country Wedding 1911

In August 1911, Serbian producer Svetozar Botoric and Louis de Beery (former Pathé’s cinematographer) left Belgrade to film a country wedding. With the bridal procession of 300 guests bringing together all the social classes of the time, we follow the young married couple step by step : at home, then at the wedding luncheon beneath the old oak trees, and finally smiling at the party that presents a really beautiful account of Kolo, a traditional Serbian dance.

The Dream 1966

In the whirlpool of WW2, two peaceful towns that already tasted peace are attacked by the Germans once again. The partisans retreat and casualties are high, but the dream of a boy and a girl about their liberated towns could not be destroyed.

The Return of the Victorious Serbian Army 1913

At the beginning of Sumadijska street in the vicinity of Slavija Square on the 11th August 1913, the Serbian victorious army from the Second Balkan War led by the Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic was given a huge welcome by the highest military and political authorities of Serbia and Belgrade, representatives of civil organizations and national institutions, as well as several tens of thousands of people from Belgrade, Serbia and Vojvodina.

Idol Serbia-Montenegro & Macedonia

Idol Serbia, Montenegro & Makedonia oli balkanilainen versio brittiläisestä Pop Idol -ohjelmasta, jota esitettiin vuosina 2003–2005. Ohjelmassa etsittiin laulajiksi haluavia Serbia ja Montenegrosta ja Makedoniasta. Alun perin ohjelmaan etsittiin laulajaa Serbia ja Montenegrosta. Toisella kaudella mukaan tuli myös Makedonian tasavalta. Televisiokanava RTV BK Telecom esittää ohjelmaa. Ensimmäisen kauden voitti Cveta Majtanović ja toisen kauden Mina Laličić.

On Call: Serbisyong Totoo. Ngayon.

On Call: Siksik Sa Impormasyon. Bilis na Pag-Aksyon. was a public service program of GMA News TV anchored by Ivan Mayrina and Connie Sison. It was also aired worldwide via GMA Life TV.

Survivor Serbia

Survivor Srbija is a Serbian version of the Survivor, reality television game show. Its first broadcast was on October 27, 2008. The show is created by Vision Team production company and broadcast by Prva Srpska Televizija. In addition to Serbia, the show is broadcast in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Slovenia and Montenegro. So far four seasons have been filmed and broadcast. The show has a set number of contestants stranded on an isolated area for 53 days in the first two seasons and 32 and 37 days in the third and the fourth seasons. The winners received a prize of €100,000. In VIP season, the winner received a prize of €50,000. The show is hosted by Andrija Milošević.