Film production in New York, NY

Artsanity

2021, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

SHORT FILM

While in lockdown in New York City, a photographer slowly falls prey to the prison of his own mind.

CAPIO

2022, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

FEATURE FILM

An amateur astronomer discovers a strange new star in the sky that leads him into the heart of a dark conspiracy to control humanity by exploiting its addiction to technology.

PARALLEL DREAMS

2015, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

7 min

SHORT FILM

An artist Joseph Cornell immerses himself in the music of Debussy as he makes his art, watching his creation slowly come alive. At the same time, a dream is visiting Cornell, influencing his thoughts and decisions, and guiding him on how to complete his artwork. Visual experience where real world begins and ends. It is almost as if there is a parallel universe mirroring our life.

ALLURE

2014, Dir. Vlada Nikolic

83 min

FEATURE FILM

Allure is a process-driven film, where filmmakers and performers (actors and non-actors) work together through a series of improvisations, character building, and discussions to flesh out the story and protagonists.

PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY

2012, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

31 min

EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Experimental film “Persistence of Memory” with Joan La Barbara’s original music premiered in Berlin, Germany on the opening night of MaerzMusic festival 17. march 2012 “Cage and Consequences”, celebrating the 100th anniversary of John Cage’s birth, as part of the live performance by Joan La Barbara and Ne(x)tworks.

JOURNEY

2012, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

4 min

SHORT FILM

The ghost of Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch returns to Greenwich House, the community settlement she founded over a century earlier and roams through the musical landscape that now thrives there.

A TOMB FOR BORIS DAVIDOVICH

2011, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

3 min

SHORT FILM

Danilo Kis (February 22, 1935-October 15, 1989) was a Yugoslavian author and poet whose work was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. This short film is inspired by Kis story, “A Tomb for Boris Davidovich”.

THE WORLD OF VIJA VETRA

2008, Dir. Aleksandar Kostic

48 min

DOCUMENTARY FILM

This documentary tells the fascinating story of Vija Vetra, a world-renowned Latvian dancer, choreographer and teacher. At the age of 84, Vetra remains a vital and creative force, and her tale offers inspiration for both artists and lovers of the arts.