Marta Popivoda (1982) is a Serbian filmmaker and videoartist living in Berlin. In her works, she explores, from a feminist perspective, the relationship between collective and individual memory and imprints left by memories in landscapes and human bodies. Her first documentary Yugoslavia: How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body premiered in 2013 at Berlinale.
Landscapes of Resistance
Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body
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