• Wolf
        • Wolf

          • Country:
          • Jordan, UAE, UK, 2014
          • Group:
          • Competition
          • Duration:
          • 100’
          • Director:
          • Nadži Abu Novar
          • Screenplay:
          • Nadži Abu Novar, Bazel Gandur
          • Cast:
          • Džasir Eid, Hasan Mutlag, Husein Salami
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Volfgang Taler
          • Editing:
          • Rupert Lojd
          • Music:
          • Džeri Lejn
          • Producer:
          • Nadin Tukan
          • Production:
          • Immortal Entertainment, Bayt Al Shawareb, Noor Pictures
          • Prints source:
          • CF MegaCom Film
        • Showing

          02. Mar | 19:30 | 300 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

          03. Mar | 15:00 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

        • SYNOPSIS

          Arabia, 1916. Theeb lives with his Bedouin tribe in a forgotten corner of the Ottoman Empire. Having recently lost his father, it falls to Theeb’s brother, Hussein, to raise him. Hussein tries to teach Theeb the Bedouin way of life, but the young boy is more interested in mischief than mentorship. Their lives are interrupted with the arrival of a British Army officer and his guide on a mysterious mission. Unable to refuse help to his guests for fear of dishonoring his late father’s reputation, Hussein agrees to escort the pair to their destination. Fearful of losing his brother, Theeb chases after Hussein and embarks on a treacherous journey across the Arabian Desert, a harsh terrain that has become the hunting ground of Ottoman mercenaries, Arab revolutionaries and outcast Bedouin raiders. If Theeb is to survive he must quickly learn about adulthood, trust and betrayal. He must live up to the name his father gave him.

          Naji Abu Nowar

          Naji Abu Nowar was born in England in 1981, Naji Abu Nowar began his filmmaking career when he was accepted into the 2005 RAWI Screenwriters lab held in association with the Sundance Institute, to develop his first screenplay Shakoush (Hammer). He then wrote and directed the short film Death of a Boxer (2009) which screened at international film festivals including the Palm Springs International Shortfest, the Dubai International Film Festival, the Miami Short Film Festival and the Franco-Arab Film Festival. Theeb is Naji’s debut feature film.

          2014 Theeb / Woolf

          2014 Venice, Toronto, Abu Dhabi

          2014 Venice - Horizons Award (Naji Abu Nowar)

          A classic adventure film of the best kind, boasting stunning locales in a well-told story about a young Bedouin boy outwitting potential enemies in the desert.
          Jay Weissberg, Variety