/ Based on film “ENCLAVE” by Goran Radovanovic /


In addition to the film script written by Goran Radovanovic, original contributions  inspired both by the themes and the aesthetics of the film have been submitted by Peter Handke, writer (Austria), Dr. Nevena Stankovic (Art Historian, Canada), Lothar Struck, publicist and author (Germany),  Dr. Scott Abbott, Professor at Utah Valley University (USA), Zarko Radakovic,  Writer  and Translator, (Serbia), Dr. Steven Taubeneck, Professor at UBC (Canada),  Bozidar Zecevic, filmologist and film critic (FIPRESCI, Serbia), Professor Slobodanka Glover, Monash University, Australia, Boris Trbic, Professor and writer, Melbourne (Australia) and Srdjan Vucinic, Film critic (Serbia).

In addition the Book/Monograph ENCLAVE includes original photos from the film sets as well as the stills made  during the visit of the film crew with the mobile cinema theater to the real enclaves in Kosovo!

The Book/Monograph ENCLAVE is published in two versions: English and Serbian!




Essays on Goran Radovanović`s film ENCLAVE by Goran Radovanović


Number of pages: 240 | Published: October 2016 | ISBN: 978–86–920227–1–5 | Binding: soft cover with flaps | Format: 13 x 20,8cm | Weight: 610 gr


Eseji o filmu ENKLAVA Gorana Radovanovića


Broj stranica: 240 | Godina izdanja: Oktober 2016. | ISBN: 978-953-259-140-8 | Uvez: meki povez s klapnom | Format: 13 x 20,8 cm | Težina: 610 gr


Goran Radovanovic’s film is about a tiny Serb community living under UN protection in Kosovo.

Serbia’s nomination for best foreign-language Oscar turns clichés about the bitter civil war in Yugoslavia on their head.

Focused on a tiny Serb community living in a UN-protected enclave in Muslim Kosovo, Enclave – Goran Radovanovic’s second feature – looks at the legacy of ethnic cleansing and internecine conflict through the eyes of a small boy, Nenad.

Every day Nenad is taken to school from his father’s farm in a KFOR armored car to study alone in a school with no other pupils. Like any other boy of his age, all Nenad wants are some friends his own age. Each day, through narrow observation slits in the military vehicle he sees two Albanian boys and a shepherd boy – who has lost his father in the war and hates Serbs.

The film won an audience award last June after a competition screening at the Moscow International Film Festival.

Source: HollywoodReporter


A Christian boy, determined to create a proper community burial for his late grandfather, crosses enemy lines and makes friends among the Muslim majority in deeply divided, war-torn Kosovo.




goran-radovanovic-portretWith this film I want to explore the essence of the Serbian/Albanian dispute, which resulted – fifteen years ago – in war, destruction and crimes. But I want to raise the following question: is coexistence still possible between these two communities in a reality marked by the presence of enclaves, isolated islands of Christian minority surrounded by a sea of Muslim majority?
My answer is crystal clear: hated based on fear of what’s different and diverse still lingers between the two ethnic communities.
And fear is the absence of love…
That’s why the hero in this story is a ten-year old boy who dares to do something unimaginable for both communities in Kosovo – Christian and Muslim: to gain a friend on the opposite side!
I wanted to make an antiwar film based on the eternal and edifying story about forgiveness and love.

– Goran Radovanović –

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