Screening at the Zagrebdox Festival.

The Long Road had its television premiere on RTS, Serbia's public network, on November 18, 2010. The next TV television broadcast will take place on BHT (Bosnia and Herzegovina) on December 1st, 21:00. Future broadcasts will include HRT (Croatia).

After a successful world premiere at the international documentary festival “ZagrebDox” in early March, screening at the Balkan Trafik festival in Brussels and Beldocs festival in Belgrade,“The Long Road” was presented in the official selection of the Sarajevo Film Festival – probably the most important cinema event in this part of Europe…

Already in Zagreb, “The Long Road” attracted great interest of the audience and received  positive coverage in the Croatian press. Slobodna Dalmacija daily calls the documentary a “dynamic and intriguing history class in the form of a road movie” and suggests that the topic addressed by “The Long Road” would deserve a series of similar documentaries.

Vecernji List Daily quotes one of the main protagonists who saying that ex-Yugoslavia should be “laid to rest”, and praises authors for addressing numerous problems of historical truth and political manipulation in a documentary of just 1 hour…

Previous Festival Screenings:

  • Zagrebdox film festival, Zagreb, Croatia, March 2010.
  • Balkan Trafic Festival, Brussels, Belgium, April 2010.
  • Beldocs Film Festival, Belgrade, Serbia, April 2010.
  • Sarajevo Film Festival, Bosnia and Herzegovina, July 2010.
  • Herceg Novi Film Festival, Montenegro, August 2010.
  • DokuFest, Prizren, Kosovo, August 2010.
  • Kratkofil Festival, Banja Luka, BiH, August 2010.
  • Serbian City Club, London, UK, September 2010.
  • Verzio Film Festival, Budapest, Hungary, November 2010.


Director Zeljko Mirkovic
(with Microphone)
Writer Marko Vidojkovic (front)
Producer Dusan Gajic (back)
Miljenko Jergović (R)
Marko Vidojkovic (L)

Screening at the Beldocs, Belgrade, April 2010.