A Fleeting Dream: Documentary on YU Grupa Wins Best Sound

Best sound Award figurine on the mixing desk in the studio

We are absolutely thrilled to have been honored with an award at one of Europe’s oldest film festivals, THE BELGRADE DOCUMENTARY AND SHORT FILM FESTIVAL—MARTOVSKI FESTIVAL, especially during its monumental 70th edition. For seven decades, this illustrious festival has been dedicated to showcasing the finest works in the film industry, and it’s an immense source of pride for us to stand alongside the very best in our field.

The AWARD FOR BEST SOUND is a testament to the exceptional talents of Miloš Drobnjaković and Ivan Uzelac.

Milos Drobnjakovic, Darko Lungulov and Ivan Uzelac holding awards at the film festival ceremony.
Milos Drobnjakovic, Darko Lungulov and Ivan Uzelac – 70th Martovski film festival awards winners.
Foto: Kristina Lukic

Yugoslavia’s Rock Band Story Wins Big at Film Festival

The film, “A Fleeting Dream” (Yu Grupa – Trenutak sna), directed by Darko Lungulov, has garnered widespread acclaim. The jury’s glowing remarks about the film’s soundscape underscore its brilliance and highlight the immersive experience it offers, particularly on the grandeur of the big screen. In addition to this prestigious accolade, the film has also been recognized with the award for Best Editing, a testament to the remarkable skill of Miloš Korać. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to director Darko Lungulov and the entire film crew for their outstanding achievement in receiving the Grand Prix award, amidst stiff competition from 101 films screened as part of the festival’s program this year. Receiving an award at such a prestigious festival, steeped in a rich history of honoring excellence in filmmaking, is a tremendous success and an immense honor for us. We are deeply grateful for this recognition and remain committed to continuing our pursuit of excellence in the world of cinema. A Fleeting Dream is a 90-minute masterpiece that follows the journey of the rock and roll band YU Grupa, which outlived the country it was named after. It is also a story about a family and the three Jelić brothers, who grow up together with the new country, Yugoslavia. The film intertwines the fate of the country, the group, and the family in a creative and intimate way. The use of archival footage and never-before-seen Super 8 footage is masterfully woven into a story that follows more than 50 years of love, struggle, and success.

YU Grupa - Trenutak sna (ELECTRIC YU-TOPIA) - TRAILER

A Fleeting Dream features Žika Jelić, Dragi Jelić, Petar Jelić, Raša Đelmaš, Dragoljub Đuričić, Saša Radojević – Žule, Peca Popović and Siniša Škarica, among others. The music score was composed by Petar Jelić. Produced by Darko Lungulov through Belgrade’s Papa Films, with support from Film Center Serbia. Don’t miss this remarkable film! Stay tuned for further updates and information on how to experience this award-winning cinematic journey!