Film » Film | 31 in the history of this event. Schlesinger's film, which revolves around the friendship between a naive gigolo in New York (Voight) and a petty conman(Hoffman), won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay. The TinDrum ThisVolkerSchlöndorfffilmwasscreenedat the1980 edition of FEST, shortly after it received the highest accolades in the world of film: Cannes' Palme d'Or and the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. Based on the novel by Günter Grass, the film follows the life of Oskar Matzerath, who decides that he will never grow up, during the years of the rise of Nazism andWorldWar II. Its director, Volker Schlöndorff, has been a welcome guest at FEST in the 21st century, having visited Belgrade in 2001 and 2008. The “FEST's 50” programme will enable the audience to see the “Director's cut” version of the film, which is extended by 20 minutes, in accordance with the author's original vision. Andrei Rublev This filmby celebratedRussiandirector Andrei Tarkovskyhad itsworldpremiere in1966andwas screenedat FEST for the first time in 1973. Based on the life of the eponymous 15th-century Russian icon painter, it found itself back at FEST in 2008, when the restored version was screened. The guest of Belgrade and the Festival for thisoccasionwasRussiancinematographerVadimYusov, who worked on the original version of the film. Death inVenice Directed by Luchino Visconti, Death in Venice was shown at FEST in 1973. This adaptation of Thomas Mann's eponymous novella had won a special award at the Cannes Film Festival two years previously. The protagonist, playedbyDirkBogarde, is an avant-garde composer who arrives in Venice in the early 1910s, in an effort to address his deteriorating health, where he sees and becomes obsessed by a Polish boy who is spending his summer holiday in Venice with his mother. It is because of this boy that the composer decides to stay in Venice even when the city is hit by a cholera epidemic that will ultimately result in his demise. Tristana This creation of the legendary Luis Buñuel, starring Catherine Deneuve in the lead role (who visited FEST in 2005), founditself includedinthefamousinauguraledition of theFestival.Thisdrama, basedonBenitoPérezGaldós's 1892novel of thesamename,was shot intheSpanishcity of Toledo.Theplot follows ayoungwomanwho, following hermother's death, goes through various stages in her relationshipwith donLope (FernandoRey) and tries to free herself from the shackles of society that have bound her. Borsalino Thisfilmwasalsoscreenedat thefirsteditionofFEST. Directed by Jacques Deray and starring Jean-Paul Belmond and Alain Delon in the lead roles, it is one of the most successful gangster films in the history of French cinematography.Theplotbegins in1930andshowshowa criminal calledRochSiffredi (Delon) is released fromprison only to find his girlfriend, Lola, in the arms of gangster François Capelle (Belmondo); following a brief tussle, these rivals become friends and decide to join forces in order to take control of the city's fishmarkets fromalready established gangs. BettyBlue This Jean Jacques Beineix erotic psychological drama (1986) was one of the films that marked FEST during the '80s. Based onPhilippeDijan's novel of the same name, the film's lead roles are played by Béatrice Dalle and Jean-Hugues Anglade.This creation, which sees an ambitious writer in his thirties meet and start a passionate affair with the 19-year-old Betty, was nominated for both a BAFTA and the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. TheSerpent's Egg This 1977 film, starring LivUllmann andDavid Carradine, which was only Bergman's second English-language film, was screened at the 1978 FEST. Set in Berlin during theearly1920s, former circus acrobatAbel Rosenberg responds to the suicide of his brother by moving in with his widow, only to face unemployment, depression, alcoholism and social decadence in the Germany of the Weimar Republic. Kum, Epilog: Smrt Majkla Korleonea Na svečanom zatvaranju FEST-a, u udarnom terminu u Centru Sava, premijerno će u Srbiji biti prikazana nova, premontirana verzija filma Kum3 legendarnog reditelja Frensisa Forda Kopole, nastala povodom tridesetogodišnjice prvog prikazivanja ovog ostvarenja. Poslednje poglavlje sage o porodici Korleone dobilo je i nov naziv: Kum, Epilog: Smrt Majkla Korleonea, kojimKopola odaje počast piscu i scenaristi Mariju Puzu. THE GODFATHER, CODA: THE DEATH OF MICHAEL CORLEONE For the formal closing of this year’s FEST, the prime time slot at the Sava Centre will be occupied by the premiere Serbian screening of the new, re-edited version of legendary director Francis Ford Coppola’s film The Godfather 3, which was created to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the premiere screening of this work. The final chapter in the saga of the Corleone family has also been renamed to: The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone, with which Coppola pays homage to novelist and screenwriter Maria Puzo.