PALIC, Serbia, July 19 (Xinhua) -- International audience at the Lake Palic in Serbia will have a chance to watch 64 European movies that represent best productions in 2013 and 2014.
The week-long European Film Festival Palic opened Saturday with the screening of the Hungarian movie "White God" directed by Kornel Mundruczo and will close on Friday with the Turkish drama film "Winter Sleep" directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, a movie that won Palme d'Or-winner at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Among the movies in the repertoire are also "Wonders" directed by the Italian director Alice Rohrwacher, Russian movie "Leviathan" by Andrei Zvyagintsev, and the French-German movie "Stations of the Cross" by Dietrich Bruggemann which won this year's silver bear at the festival in Berlin.
Radoslav Zelenovic, director of the European Film Festival Palic, told Xinhua that the festival presents the audience from across Serbia and Europe with a selection of the best movies that were made last year.
"The repertoire is made from movies that were screened at some of the biggest festivals in Europe," he said.
Petar mitric, selector of the festival, said that the Palic film festival screens movies that have an artistic touch.
So "the audience will have a chance to see all this in one place, to really feel the power of the European cinematography and what separates it from Hollywood and the ruling mainstream," he said.
The international film festival was founded in 1992 by the Municipality of Subotica.