SNOWE lecture with Anna Wahl

Anna Wahl holds a Chair, Professor Gender, Organization and Management, at the Department of Industrial Economics and Management, KTH. Her research areas are Organization and management theory, with focus on gender. She was a pioneer in the field of gender research on management in Sweden with the thesis Gender structures in organizations (Könsstrukturer i organisationer) 1992, Stockholm School of Economics. She initiated the research group Fosfor, (2000- present), that has been leading in the development of gender theory in the area organization and management in the Nordic context. The group has published several books and articles and collaborate with other researchers and similar research groups in Europe since. Her main research areas of interest are power relations in organizations related to processes of change and resistance, constructions of masculinities, women’s survival strategies and gendered organizational cultures. The ground breaking textbook by Fosfor, Det ordnar sig (It will be in order, translated to several languages) was published 2001, and in a revised version 2011, is used at a number of universities in Sweden and in many management development programs.


SNOWE project had one exclusive opportunity to have Anna as lecturer under SNOWE project in Belgrade, that continued with Workshop among SNOWE women filmmaker from Sweden and Serbin, at Probrod, October 20th 2014.


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SNOWE guests at Pink Studios Belgrade

PFI Studios is one of Europe’s newest state-of-the-art film complexes. The studio lot includes 9 sound stages (8 operational and Sound Stage 1 to be completed in 2011), each with its own attached multi-storey annex, multiple production offices and facilities, workshops and an extensive back lot.

PFI Studios is located in Belgrade, just 10 minutes from Belgrade International Airport and 25 minutes from the city center.

PFI Studios is a part of the Pink Media Group (PMG), the largest commercial media entertainment group in Southeast Europe. PMG’s core activities include: entertainment production, radio and television broadcasting, satellite broadcasting, music recording, and optical disc replication. PFI Studios is fully backed by the resources and the extensive entertainment industry experience of PMG. For more information, please see


SNOWE visitors after Avala studios get opportunity to visit Balkan region greatest studios – for film schooting – Pink studios.

Some photos from that visit together with the great host Barbara Sandic-Stetic, Executive Director Head of Administration & Communication.


Link to Pink studios:

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SNOWE visit to Avala film studios

In June 1946, the government of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia created the State Committee of Cinematography, in order to replace the provisional Film Enterprise of the SFRY. The Committee set out to establish film production companies in the various constituent states of Yugoslavia: the first and the largest of those was Avala Film, in the Socialist Republic of Serbia’s capital Belgrade, which was founded on 15 July. The company was located in the future complex of Filmski Grad, which the Committee had only begun planning.

In 1947, Avala Film produced the first feature film made in postwar Yugoslavia, Vjekoslav Afrić’s Slavica.[3] Until 2000, the studio participated in the creation of 400 documentaries, 200 feature films and 120 co-productions with foreign companies; its pictures won more than 200 awards in various festivals.

After the Breakup of Yugoslavia, the studio was partially privatized and 51% of its shares were sold to a company called Yugoexport, while the rest were retained by Avala Film’s management. Since the mid-1990, it has produced few films, and its last one – Shadows of Memories – was released in 2000. The studio is facing financial troubles, and was threatened with liquidation after Yugoexport was declared bankrupt. Since 2005, plans to fully privatize it were proposed, but not carried out. In June 2011, the studio was announced to be bankrupt, after accumulating a debt of 111,000,000 Serbian dinar. In early 2012, the Serbian government announced plans to revitalize Avala Film but assistance never materialized. Negotiations are still on going with hoper that it will be solved for Film Makers best.


SNOWE guests visited Studio 4 and 6 – one of the biggest. Hosts for this visit was Zoran Jankovic who is running on production ‘Kosutnjak film’ nearby, and women film director Mila Trajlic – director to Cinema Komunisto.


Some photos from this visit.

NO official link for Studios.

Some images about studios – click here!

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Morning program at RTS – Zikina sarenica

Radio Television of Serbia (Serbian: Радио-телевизија Србије – PTC or Radio-televizija Srbije – RTS) is the public broadcaster in Serbia. It broadcasts and produces news, drama, and sports programming through radio, television and the Internet. Since July 2001, RTS is a member of the European Broadcasting Union. RTS is also the largest broadcaster in the former Yugoslavia and the Balkans. Formerly, it was known as Radio Television of Belgrade (RTB). Watch, Listen, Think – RTS.


SNOWE guests from Sweden visited most popuar morning program in Serbia ’Zikina sarenica’ and hade great oportunity to speak about women cretivity in Movie industrie. Some photos from Morning show.



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SNOWE – Belgrade from Danube and Sava perspective by night

SNOWE arrange for moviemaker from Sweden one round trip from water perspective… and after all Belgrade still has a lovley living nightlife – some idea why? For me who lived in Belgrade even before ’90 – Belgrade had same habits before Yugoslavia’s break! Here is some possible answer.

During the ’90s, Serbia went through the roughest patch in its recent history. The break-up of Yugoslavia, civil war, UN sanctions, hyperinflation, and high unemployment made sure that the only entertainment Belgraders had back in those days was the one they created themselves. Something changed in people’s minds and – despite all the hardships of living in the capital of a nation that’s was falling apart – the local nightlife industry boomed, taking clubbing to an art form. Everyone absolutely loved it.

The ’99 NATO bombing forced Belgraders to take their fun even more seriously. Faced with everyday threat of losing our lives, we starting having huge outdoor concerts in city squares and on bridges, while some of the most famous night clubs started working even during daylight hours.

Today, Belgrade may be many years behind other European capitals when it comes to economic, industrial, and scientific development, but it’s literally light years ahead when it comes to nightlife. The Belgrade clubbing industry is better organized and has more to offer than any other out there. Every night of the week, there are countless different clubs with different styles and with different kinds of music where you can go. It may be hard to believe, but all the clubs which have the capacity of 300 to 500 people are basically full every night of the week.


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SNOWE guests at Faculty of Dramatic Art – Belgrade University

aculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade is the most important institution of artistic and scientific drama education in Serbia. This eminent institution of higher education, the arts and culture of the place in which the criteria in the form of dramatic arts. It is also the school from which come our most important creators and is thus significantly contributed to the high level of theater, film, radio and television in the entire South Slavic cultural space.

Continuity and sixty-five-year tradition, top curricula and most respected professors, extraordinary study conditions and technical capabilities make of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts the most interesting and most desirable institution of higher education in our country.


SNOWE guests had one nice Open lecture 18th October at The Screening aula together with their short work presentation – trailer’s screening, and Q&A with students, professors and public.


Some pictures from Open lecture.

More info about FDU:


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SNOWE guests visited Belgrad historical places – The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace was built between 1924 and 1929 with the private funds of His Majesty King Alexander I(the grandfather of HRH Crown Prince Alexander). The Royal Palace was the home of King Alexander I and King Peter II (the father of Crown Prince Alexander). Today The Royal Palace is the home of Crown Prince Alexander and his family.

The palace is built in the Serbian-Byzantine style. Attached to The Royal Palace there is a Royal Chapel dedicated to Saint Apostle Andrew The First-Called, the Patron Saint of The Royal Family. The chapel was built reflecting the monastery Church of Saint Andrew on the River Treska in Macedonia where the Holy Place of the medieval Serbian King Vukashin is located.

The Royal Palace is surrounded with pergolas, park terraces, swimming pools, pavilions and platforms. There are magnificent views from the palace towards the ridge of Dedinje Hill, Koshutnjak Forest, Topchider and Avala Mountain.

The ground floor reception rooms are very beautifully appointed. The Formal Entrance Hall is paved with stone and decorated with copies of medieval frescoes from the Monasteries of Dechani and Sopochani. The Blue Drawing Room is decorated in the Baroque style; the Golden Drawing Room (Palma Vecchio) and Dining Room are in the Renaissance style with impressive wood carved ceilings and bronze chandeliers. These rooms are ornately decorated with paintings of old masters and Renaissance painted Florentine Cassoni from the Royal collections. The Greater and Lesser Libraries are decorated in the same manner.

More about Serbian Royal familly and Palace


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SNOWE visit continues at Film Center Serbia – FCS

FILM CENTER SERBIA is a governmental institution of national importance that provides professional assistance to filmmakers. It was founded by the Republic of Serbia, and the founder’s rights are exercised by the Government in the name of the Republic of Serbia.

The current institution was originally established by a decision of the Association of  Film Producers of Yugoslavia, dated December 25th 1959, under the name Center for Professional Training of Filmmakers.

Among many transformations that the land had been past through, now we have one well organized film center that provides regional and international new film production from Serbia.

Some photos from this meeting. SNOWE guests was kindly hosted by Miroljub Vickovic, Una Domazoteski and FCS emplyees.


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