Here we move here we groove

country, year
Netherlands, 2020

genre
documentary

running time
92′

directed by
Sergej Kreso

languages
Arabic, French, Greek, Farsi, German, English, Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian

subtitles
Slovenian

about the film
Robert Soko knows that in order to survive, you must be constantly on the move. As a teenager he fled the war in Yugoslavia, became a taxi driver in Berlin, later transforming himself into a DJ who conquered the European club scene with a mixture of western music and Balkan rhythms. In the documentary, we follow him after his return to his homeland where, in the search for inspiration for a new “sound of Europe”, he meets refugees from Syria and Afghanistan. 

Official website

about the author
Sergej Kreso (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1963) graduated at Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo, Department of Journalism. Kreso worked as a radio-broadcasting journalist at RTV Sarajevo and Radio Doboj. In 1993, during the war in Bosnia, he left the country and went to the Netherlands where he continued his journalistic activities for radio and TV. In addition to his work as a journalist he writes articles and essays. Migration, human rights and refugee topics are his main subjects.

festivals and awards
IDFA Amsterdam, The Netherlands, FF Limburg, The Netherlands, EFM Berlinale Berlin, Germany,
Doc.Fest München, Germany, GoEast Wiesbaden, Germany, FFM Moscow, Russia, Docs against Gravity,  Warsaw, Poland, Fest of Tolerance,  Zagreb, Croatia, Movies that matters,  Hague, The Netherlands, DOK´n`RITAM Film Festival, Belgrade, Serbia, WOMEX Film Festival, PortoPortugal

 

filmography
Simfonie voor een Straatmuzikant (2004)
Ulica grafita (2007)
Jack, the Balkans & I (2008)
Kaffeefarht ins Krematorium (2011)
Vraem Luuj (2012)
Asielzoeka’s (2014)