FOUR PASSPORTS is a partly animated first-person documentary about emigration and identity in the aftermath of former Yugoslavia’s dissolution, told from the perspective of filmmaker Mihajlo Jevtić. The story of four passports and one country – a farewell 25 years in the making.
MIHAJLO JEVTIĆ was born in 1978. He studied Documentary Filmmaking in Paris and participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus. Active as a writer, producer and director, his films include: IN THE BOX (short doc, 2004), ALONE, ALONE, YOU SHOULD NEVER BE ALONE (short doc, 2006), MILAN IN THE KINGDOM OF DARKNESS (short, 2007), SNARE DRUM (short, 2008), GAGARIN AND ME (short, 2012), SLOW DAYS IN BEPPU (short doc, 2014), and the feature documentary FOUR PASSPORTS (2016).