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During the Cold War, a number of countries launched an initiative to remain neutral amid the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union. One of the key figures of this Non-Aligned Movement was Josip Broz Tito, the president of Yugoslavia, who sought to maintain independent relations among this group of countries across the continents. Capturing Tito’s political ambitions amid dreams of decolonization was his personal cameraperson, Stevan Labudovic. In Non-Aligned, filmmaker Mila Turajlic uncovers an incredible amount of all-but-unseen archive footage that has long been forgotten and that provides direct access to the man behind the lens. Sifting through hundreds of hours of these reels, Turajlic provides a film that demonstrates how cinema has the capacity to frame and re-frame the complex landscape of international politics—and the aspirations of what was and what could have been. Gabor Pertic


  • Director(s)

    • Mila Turajlic
  • Producer(s)

    • Carine Chichkowsky
    • Mila Turajlic
  • Executive Producer(s)

    • Carine Chichkowsky
  • Writer(s)

    • Mila Turajlic
  • Editor(s)

    • Sylvie Gadmer
    • Mila Turajlic
    • Céline Ducreux
  • Cinematography

    • Mila Turajlic
  • Composer

    • Jonathan Morali
  • Sound

    • Aleksandar Protic
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