END OF THE ROAD | Ivana Todorovic | SERBIA| 2022 | 19´

Synopsis (short):
Zeljko and Viki sacrifice all they have to ensure a gentle end of life for discarded horses on their small plot of land. END OF THE ROAD examines mortality and the need for compassion, empathy, and dignity to be extended to all living beings for the entirety of their lives’ journey.
Ivana Todorovic is a filmmaker and lecturer from Belgrade, Serbia. She is a director of short, socially engaged documentary and fiction films she made in Belgrade and New York City. She lives between Belgrade and Scottsdale, Arizona. The focus of her films is exploring trauma and recovery through the work of empathy. Her most recent film, the short documentary „End of the Road“ (Serbia), world premiered at the 2022 Palm Springs International ShortFest. Her other fiction film, „When I’m at Home“ 2020 (Serbia), has played festivals worldwide and won multiple awards before screening at „The Principle of Migration“ exhibition at The New York Foundation for the Arts Gallery in New York City. Todorovic’s films have been shown in over 200 international film festivals, such as Berlinale, Rotterdam IFF, Palm Springs IFF, and Dokufest, and have collectively won over 40 awards. Her films have been acquired by The New York Times and Aeon Films and have screened at The Anthology Film Archive in New York and the Cultura de Contemporania de Barcelona, Spain. Todorovic is currently working on a new short documentary entitled „Woman, at the People’s Front“ and a new short fiction film entitled „First Time I Saw the Nigh“.
Palm Springs International ShortFest 2022
Dokufest International Documentary and Short Film Festival 2022
Ivana Todorović