The Osvajanje slobode Award was held for 17th time, Like every year, on 24th of September, the “Maja Maršićević Tasić” Foundation has organized the Award Ceremony giving the statuette of Mr. Mrđan Bajić to the winner.
The award is given to women for their contribution to the work and the promotion of human rights, legal state, democracy and tolerance in communication.Previous winners are Olja Bećković, Goranka Matić, Biljana Srbljanović, Ružica Đinđić, Borka Pavićević, Hedvig Morvai, Lila Radonjić, Mirjana Karanović, Srbijanka Turajlić, Verica Barać, Aida Ćorović, Dubravka Stojanović, Brankica Stanković, Danica Popović, Danica Vučenić and Ljiljana Spasić
Seventeen winner of the Osvajanje slobode Award is Tamara Skrozza.
For the second time the Award Ceremony took place at Reks.
Indigo Festival 2017 – Truth and Lies, which took place between 6 and 8 September 2017 in the “Indigo Quarter” (at the French Revolution Square and in the streets surrounding it), presented us with lectures, conversations, concerts, exhibitions, shows, performances and workshops on the syntagma of “truth and lies”.
During these three days, 35 events took place and the festival hosted more than 90 lecturers, designers, performers, musicians and other artists from 14 countries. More than 2000 local and foreign visitors attended the festival.
During the 3 festival day Five exhibition were open, also a three-day programme of lectures and talks, which was attended by the cult British designer Jonathan Barnbrook, cofounder of the Société Réaliste collective Ferenc Gróf, Đorđe Balmazović – Žole from the Serbian collective Škart, one of the most renowned Croatian designers Lana Cavar and renowned philosophers Renata Salecl and Robert Pfaller.
Glej Theatre staged two shows: Križanke Church was the set for two musical events: the audiovisual performance Alex Augier: _nybble_ and Where Do You Draw the Line?, a project by the Croatian singer-songwriter Sara Renar.
A concert of the French band Papooz was held at the French Revolution Square.
The ZRC SAZU Atrium became the stage for the premiere of House, a dance performance by choreographer Matej Kejžar, while Križanke Church staged the Better News performance by the artist Miyuki Nishizawa.Three workshops were carried outIn the ZRC SAZU Atrium we listened to two events:The “Indigo Quarter” was lit every night by light objects and installations by Borut Savski and Stefan Doepner, on Thursday night we were also able to walk through the quarter with KUD Ljud at the Night-Time Streetwalker.”Hair editor” Robert transferred his hair studio to the French Revolution Square and gave passers-by new haircuts in public.
“Many kinds of shoes, many kinds of people” a photo exhibition by Belgrade photographer Nebojša Babić was opened in Marsh Open Space, on June 16th.
The inspiration for the exhibition the author Nebojša Babić finds in the diversity of human characters as well as in their disclosure. It is the diversity itself that makes the human population so interesting and always open for exploration. By observing the shoes, the step, the way of walking or even just a detail, we can find that part of one’s personality, an attitude toward yourself or life itself. By taking pictures of passersby the author explored, met people, without disturbing their world, giving the visitors of this exhibition the opportunity to imagine that world themselves.
The exhibition will be open for the next 4 months.
In early June, the digital nomads checked into Marsh Open Space, who arrived in Belgrade in organization by the American company Remote Year.This company organizes trips around the world.
Belgrade officially became part of their program in 2017, along with Lima, Prague, Buenos Aires, Budapest, Bangkok, Hanoi, Cordoba, Bogotá, Lisbon, Valencia, Cape Town, Mexico City, Santiago, Kyoto and other world cities.
The guests will stay in Belgrade for the next four months.
More information : REMOTE YEAR
The 11th Supernatural Festival was held at Ada Huja, and for the first time lasted two days. Due to weather conditions, the distance between the two festival days was one month.On the first festival day, April 22nd, performed: Nula radio & Rebel B, Sharks, Snakes and Planes, Del Arno Band and Beogradski Sindikat.On the second festival day, May 21st, performed: “Čarolija” Choir and Leontina, DF Choir, Lollobrigida, Irie FM, Kanda, Kodža and Nebojša and Nikola Vranjković.
Supernatural visitors could enjoy the authentic gastronomy of Serbia.
At the Green Market, they could buy Serbian products of the highest quality, from small agricultural households of Belgrade surroundings, as well as from Velika Plana, Leskovac and Stara Planina.
The Green Community of the Organic Organizations introduced visitors with all aspects of environmental protection.
The guests also visited the Wellness Workshops such as: Capoeira, Yoga, Tai Chi, as well as various programs for kids.
In cooperation with TAG Media and supported by Marsh Open Space, the seventh meeting of the AmCham Marketing and Communications Group held a panel discussion on video format and on-line marketing.
Moderator of the panel, Radomir Lale Marković, Executive Director of TAG Media, introduced the participants to the historical context of the development of video production, pointed out the key terms and developed the questions needed to lead the companies and brands in a definition of on-line video performance: target audience, a form of advertising, content, metrics & analysis and budgeting.
After the introduction, Marković opened the panel discussion: ”Video format: the Fastest Reach to Your Audiences with the participation of Rade Tričković, General Manager at Httpool, Ivan Bildi, Internet Marketing Expert and Dragana Jović Tucakov, Marketing Manager at Microsoft.
During the panel, Tričković commented on the trends and the value of advertising on the Internet and said that the video format is a form of advertising that will be dominant in the coming years because with the help of videos for a short time ( an average of 60 seconds) we can gain the attention of viewers, especially if the content is attractive. Tričković explained some metric specifics of video advertising on the Internet, such as measurability and segmentation, which enable companies, at every moment, to exactly defined target groups interested in the content, monitor the results and the number of views, which is not the case with TV advertising, where it is not possible to avoid the negative effects of advertising.
Ivan Bildi presented the ways in which we can implement video advertising on social networks, such as Facebook and YouTube, noting that in recent years more and more companies have decided to present products and services on social networks with the help of video advertising. In this respect, social networks offer a number of options, such as live streaming, where we can attract the attention of viewers for potential clients. The latest trend in video advertising is that the video content is unmounted, is very short and after being watched disappears forever, which will be the main challenge to which companies must adapt and implement in their marketing strategies on the Internet.
Dragana Jović Tucakov described some of the positive experiences of companies in the use of video advertising, where the video format can be used not only for external, but for internal communication. The data show that the percentage of video advertising has grown by over 180%, and that in the future this trend will continue to grow. This means that the percentage of use of video advertising will increase in Serbia, but now the growth rate of the budget of advertisers in Serbia is in three digits. This confirms that video advertising is our near future and it should become an integral part of marketing strategy on the Internet.
The panel was opened to a session of questions from the audience.
The event was organized in cooperation and with technical support by Marsh Open Space.
First regional KONTAKT Conference was held in Belgrade, on March 22-24. It was organized by Marsh Creative Production and “Odličan Hrčak” concert agency. During three days 9 concerts and 6 structural panels were organized.
KONTAKT Conference was created out of the real need for networking between the organizers and promoters of regional music festivals, tourism associations and organizations, cultural centers, clubs, and other representatives in culture and art.
The Conference arose from the need to create a clear infrastructure in the music business and to remove cultural boundaries in the region, because the music festivals are main tourist attraction of the Balkan countries, and musical tourism is becoming increasingly popular both in Europe and in the world.
More than 30 panelists and speakers from seven countries (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Norway) raised important topics related to the music festival tourism. 9 concerts (Laka, E-Play, Nežni Dalibor, RIB from Macedonia, Koala Voice from Slovenia, Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša, Degeneza and Vizelj) and 4 panel discussions were held:
– Festivals as City Promoters
– Festivals as Destinations
– Festivals from idea to realization
– Contemporary Discography
as well as 2 showcases:
– MENT / Kino Šiška (Slovenia)
– Phonofile (Norway)
The representatives of the most important festivals took the participation in the KONTAKT Conference. Through examples of good practice, inspiring discussions, creative panels and public discussions, they pointed out the new trends, making an important step in mapping the region even more clearly as a very fertile ground for the development of the music industry. Among them are: Exit, Lovefest, Demofest, Indigo, Ment, Mikser festival, Arsenal, Nišville, Supernatural, Dev9t, Southern Soul, Musicology, Outlook, Bedem fest, OK fest, Sea Rock and many other leading regional tourist festival brands, as well as many bookers and music managers.
The first regional KONTAKT Conference was set on a solid foundation. In its next edition, it will initiate the new topics while continuing to work on construction of music festival infrastructure, encouragement of cultural exchange and development of regional tourism.
Towards the upcoming 14th Belgrade Dance Festival, a photo exhibition “Zlatno doba” by Vladimir Bačlija was opened in Marsh Open Space.
The exhibition “Zlatno doba” is composed of original works created in the seventies. The author Vladimir Bačlija dedicated it to the Belgrade ballet and some of his finest years in which our ballet scene was part of a large international scene.
The exhibition was opened by Aja Jung, founder and director of the Belgrade Dance Festival. “I think that Belgrade is really starting to breathe dance, going towards the upcoming Belgrade Dance Festival. For the 14th consecutive year, on March 24th, this great game of dance starts again. I hope that some day, thanks to the Belgrade Dance Festival, the Belgrade ballet will be able to shine with the same brilliance again”, said Aja Jung.
The guests were welcomed by Marko Maršićević who said that the newly opened Marsh Open Space, among its many functions, will also be the host of various events such as the “Zlatno doba” exhibition which was realized in cooperation with the Belgrade Dance Festival.
At the opening, in addition to numerous guests, Marija Janković, prima ballerina and teacher of classical ballet and HRH Princess Jelisaveta Karađorđević were also present.
The exhibition “Zlatno doba” will be open for public during the next three months.
Marsh Open Space has opened its doors.
In the new space, at 15 Cetinjska St, a unique center of creativity is launched, a place where in addition to regular daily coworking activities, many other programs will be taking place.
Our wish is to provide an opportunity, especially for young people, to find their own place for work under favorable conditions. Marsh Open Space has emerged from extensive teamwork experience. We recognized the need for new and different.Our space is primarily intended for the purposes of office work (coworking), whether you need just one chair, a table or a private room.Depending on your needs, you can use it on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Marsh Open Space has the ability of fast and multifunctional transformation and can become an exhibition space, a place for discussions, promotions, events, celebrations, shootings and other programs.A distinctive design and architecture of the interior, the work of architect Marko Basarovski, exudes the feel of inspiration and creativity.
Marsh Production Lab is also at your disposal – a Creative Production Team of professionals with extensive experience in creating and organizing all types of events in Serbia, as well as in the region and worldwide.
In our Community Corner you can enjoy in variety of coffees, Supernatural teas and Kors craft beer.
The opening starts with the promotional period during the month of March, when you will be able to use our services under more favorable conditions.
The Osvajanje slobode Award was held for 16th time, Like every year, on 24th of September, the “Maja Maršićević Tasić” Foundation has organized the Award Ceremony giving the statuette of Mr. Mrđan Bajić to the winner.
The award is given to women for their contribution to the work and the promotion of human rights, legal state, democracy and tolerance in communication.Previous winners are Olja Bećković, Goranka Matić, Biljana Srbljanović, Ružica Đinđić, Borka Pavićević, Hedvig Morvai, Lila Radonjić, Mirjana Karanović, Srbijanka Turajlić, Verica Barać, Aida Ćorović, Dubravka Stojanović, Brankica Stanković, Danica Popović and Danica Vučenić.
Sixteenth winner of the Osvajanje slobode Award is Ljiljana Spasić.
For the first time the Award Ceremony took place at Parobrod.
On Saturday 10 September the first edition of the festival Indigo – No Fear ended with Reflections, an impressive audio-visual performance inside the Križanke Church. During the festival’s four days, visitors had the opportunity to partake in numerous events that took place in Ljubljana’s “Indigo” quarter (around the Gosposka and Križevniška streets and between the French Revolution Square and Novi trg Square).
We opened three exhibitions: Fist in the eye – a poster exhibition on the French Revolution Square, the exhibition Retorika – The Moment After by Bara Kolenc and Atej Tutta at the Vžigalica Gallery, New Analogue by the Young Balkan Design Network in the atrium of ZRC SAZU and one installation: Bus Station, designed by Lara Papov and Gregor Rozman, students at the Academy of Visual Arts.
We prepared a three-day programme of lectures and discussions Hard Talks with the active involvement from local and foreign experts (topics: Design; Architecture, art, design; Ecology).
Two shows have been performed: Thyestes, a new production by director Ivica Buljan and the show Oh, the Time for Tomorrow has Finally Come, a collaboration between Poljane Secondary School and the Secondary School for Design and Photography in Ljubljana.
We prepared a three-day programme of experimental documentary cinema, essay film, ethnography and digital images, a selection of works made by Nace Zavrl, a film studies graduate from the prestigious King’s College London.
The Križanke courtyard was for three days occupied by the Poligon Creative Centre, a platform for the enablement of the self-employed. Students of the Secondary School for Design and Photography in Ljubljana prepared a an open school of drawing for the passers-by, while Hair editing by Robert gave haircuts right on the Križevniška Street during the festival.
The Križanke Church was the venue for two concerts: Bowrain and Reflections.
The facade of the City Museum of Ljubljana came to life each evening of the festival with video mapping.
Every day of the festival ended with a DJ set (Drago Ivanuša, Sašo Kalan, Mitja Vrhovnik Smrekar, DJ Bayo).
The festival hosted more than 100 lecturers, designers, musicians and other artists from eighteen countries. It was visited by thousands local and foreign visitors.
At the end of the festival we would like to thank all of our partners, who supported us in this new project, everyone who poured their energy into the project and, of course, our visitors. It is thanks to them that there can be “no fear” when it comes to thinking about the festival’s second edition.
Marsh Creative Production launched this festival together with City Museum of Ljubljana.
Tašmajdan stadium, a musical heart of Belgrade was beating as one, in the rhythm of songs from their latest album “Sirotinjsko carstvo”, as well as some of their biggest hits:Hiljadu godina, Srce kuca tu je, Noćas u gradu, Ono što pokušavam sad, Rođen loš, Kreni prema meni, Prsten, Mesečeva Kći, Ona sve zna, Put za jug and many more.
The guests were bands “Drakula i Šampioni” and “Dža ili Bu”, and on the stage Partibrejkrs were also joined by Srđan Gojković-Gile and Branimir Petrović-Banana from “Električni orgazam” and Dušan Kojić-Koja from “Disciplina Kičme”.
The concert was organized by Studio Berar, Executive Production by Marsh Creative Production
The eighth Mikser Festival, the largest regional festival of creativity and innovation, was held for the fifth time in the Savamala neighborhood of Belgrade, from 8 – 12 June 2016 at more than 40 locations with the participation of 1,000 creators. This year’s Mikser Festival came under the slogan “Sensitive Society”, and was characterized by themes of gender equality and female creativity, social equality, open dialogue, multiculturalism and more efficient conflict resolution. The focus of this year’s Mikser Festival was threefold. In the spotlight were female creativity and gender equality, as well as the refugee crisis and possible directions for integration into European society, and, lastly, the opening of a platform for the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
The program was divided into several segments, including: Mikser Talks, exhibitions, workshops, lectures, debates, performances, music, children and youth programs, Mikser Cinema, with the common denominator of all program being the removal of boundaries based on gender, age, racial, ethnic, religious or cultural differences that people face.
Executive Production of the festival was done by Marsh Creative Production for the seventh time.
Supernatural celebrated its jubilee, 10 years since its foundation.This anniversary was marked by unique birthday picnic on 23rd of April, at Hajdučka česma in Košutnjak, where the first Supernatural festival was held.Throughout the day, all fans of the festival could enjoy in a wonderful day and numerous programs that were divided into 3 segments: a musical program, wellness program and Supenatural market.
In the musical part of the program were: DJ Brka, Vlada Janjic, the Good life team and many others.
In the Wellness program visitors were practicing yoga and Capoeira and gaining skills and knowledge about nutrition through the program of Ms. Boba Vujnović.
On the Supernatural market were numerous exhibitors of healthy food.
Executive Production of the festival was done by Marsh Creative Production.
On December 17th, in front of full New Belgrade Sports Hall, YU Grupa, the longest running band on the local scene, held a spectacular concert celebrating its 45 years of pure rock’n’roll.
They gave the audience a real journey through almost half century of rock and roll, showing once again an incredible energy by which the band became and remained a recognizable.
With special guests of this real rock’n’roll spectacle, Radomir Mihajlović Točak, Koja “Disciplin A Kitchme”, Zoran Kostić Cane “Partibrejkersi”, Nikola Čuturilo, Zoran Milovanović,
the fans of true rock’n’roll enjoyed in various hits such as Čudna Šuma, Mornar, Od zlata jabuka, Kome se raduješ, Zaboravi, Opasno, Dunavom još šibaju vetrovi that have marked the past 45 years of rock’n’roll on our scene. They also introduced a few new hits from their upcoming album such as Panika, Evo stojim tu and Ko.
YU Grupa continues to be faithful to true rock and roll sound on their new 12th studio album (soon to be released).
The concert was organized by Studio Berar, Executive Production by Marsh Creative Production.
Celebrating 45 years of the band, YU Grupa held a celebrative mini concert at Studio 6 at Radio Belgrade. The selected audience had the opportunity to enjoy a one-hour performance representing the opus of their career. Also on this occasion Yu Grupa presented the two songs that should appear on their new album.
This concert is an introduction to the concert which will take place on December 17th at New Belgrade Sports Hall.
Concert at Studio 6 was organised by Studio Berar and Marsh Creative Production in cooperation with Radio Beograd 202 and Radio Television of Serbia which broadcasted the show
This year No Ordinary Agency gave us the trust and privilege to be a part of the world’s biggest DJ competition… On an island that lives to party, Ibiza, in the hottest clubs, the most visited beaches, the wildest parties, we have realized the web and TV format called burn Residency 2015. It was a great honor to work with great Carl Cox. Executive Producer of the show Uroš Lazić, Director Aleksandra Gajić. Thank you all for great cooperation!
Marsh Production once again had great pleasure to create a game concept and realize its production for the 2nd season of the Strix reality show format “The Farm” (in Slovenia “Kmetija : Nov Začetek”), in cooperation with Paprika Latino, Slovenia. This format with its 2nd season continues to keep its high rating positions.
Avon and its campaign “A million reasons to… : Be a part of the Pink Team!”, this year has again set our country on the world breast cancer awareness calendar. Month of October and the traditional pink campaign, with the support of the American Embassy, the B92 Fund, the Ministry of Health and the Olaf & McAteer agency, this time took place at a new location – the central sports fields on Ada Ciganlija. Sports day and a lot of support of young people through volleyball, basketball, yoga, Kin Jo, Tai Chi, Capoeira.
The winners of the day were definitely guys who showed their support by participating in the High Heel Race.
Thank you all for a fantastic day and positive energy.
Piran – the host of creativity
On 27th of August in the city of Piran, 15th Piran Idea Festival was opened. This year’s festival was opened by the Mayor of Piran Mr. Peter Bossman, who thanked all the participants of the festival and wished that it lasts at least for another fifty years.On this occasion, in front of the Tartini Theatre an exhibition of graphic solutions that have marked the previous festivals was opened.In previous 15 years the festival visited over 1000 people from 44 countries.In previous years, many famous individuals from all over the world spoke about their creativity among others Aleksej Širov, Chris Brown, Alex McKie, Anna Barez, Bob Deutsch, Michael Nyman, Bob Garfield, Edward de Bono, Goran Bregović, Milan Kučan, Hermann Vaske, Jack Portman, Rambo Amadeus, Tom Phillips, Michael Conrad, Peter Halasz, Jovan Ćirilov, Rolf Jensen, Srećko Kantanec, Gyorgy Konrad and many others.
This year the festival delegates from 15 countries – Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Russia, Cyprus, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Ukraine had the opportunity to listen to the lectures of Phil Dickinson, owner of the “Some Ideas” agency from London and a former creative director of Nike, Graham Lang CCO Y&R, South Africa & Africa, Marco Cremona, Creative Lead, Google Russia, Jaime Mandelbaum, CCO Y&R Central & Eastern Europe, Dusan Drakalski, Regional Creative Director New Moment Y&R and Lazar Džamić Head of Brand Planning of Google ZOO London.
The festival ended with the Award Ceremony on Saturday 29th of August.
7th Mikser Festival, the largest regional festival of creativity and innovation, was held for the fourth time in the Belgrade district of Savamala, from 3rd to the 7th of June 2015 under the slogan of “Neizdrž”.With the participation of nearly 1,000 artists from the country, the region and the world, this year’s Mikser Festival emphasized the social potential of creative work and activism as a way out of the moral, social and economic crisis.Tens of thousands of visitors of Savamala had the opportunity to visit numerous programs in the Mikser House, the Creative Hub and the Miksalište.For the first time, this year the festival was broadcasted on the internet via live stream and a half million people have seen at least one of the Mikser’s Facebook posts.
In the music part of the program the audience was delighted with Ana Popovic, The Partybreakers, Goblins, Artan Lili, TBF, Darkwood Dub, Viva Vox, Dejan Petrovic Big Bend, E-play.
For the 6th time the team of the Marsh Creative Production was taking care of the production of the Mikser Festival.
The Spectacular Viva Vox Choir marked their 10th anniversary with a grand concert in Belgrade Kombank Arena in front of 10000 visitors. The audience had the opportunity to see the extremely demanding production as well as a unique combination of singing, video and light effects. The stage was specially designed for this occasion by the Stage Pro company; it was consisted of 10 levels, having a total total size of 600 m2.For the first time, the audience in the Belgrade Arena had the opportunity to see the spectacular light show with more than 200 moving light headsproduced by Studio Berar. The Audio Konstruktor company took care of the sound, and for the sound system the Martin – Glastonbury Edition was provided along withcomplex audio setting with over 30 monitors and 70 microphones. Especially for this occasion the largest projection screen in the region was rented as well as the projector of 50,000 ANSI lumens. Videosector was led by the Zoom Media company.
Marsh Creative Production Team ran the complete production of the show.
The 9th Supernatural festival was held In Belgrade in executive production of Marsh Creative Production.
Over 10,000 visitors enjoyed in the beautiful day and the nature of Ada Huja.The program started traditionally with the “Čarolija” choir, continued with the choir of Belgrade’s Children Cultural Center and than the band “Pakleni Ribnikari” had its first performance on the big stage causing the ovations.
In the following program also performed: “Ničim izazvan”, “Artan Lili” and “Zemlja Gruva”.The audience enjoyed in various organic food stands and many other festival contents such as the opportunity to practice Tai Chi and Capoeira.
The Forum Creative Europe is taking place on April 27th and 28th at the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment in Belgrade.
The main objective of this forum is to inform the wider cultural audience with the main programe for culture of the EU.
Forum is organized by The Desk Creative Europe Serbia.
The main part of the program will be held on the topic of programs that are supported by the funds from the Creative Europe programs.
The Forum is attended by numerous representatives of the cultural institutions and organizations.
Marsh Creative Production has presented its work in the official program of the Forum Creative Europe.
On Valentine’s Day, February 14th, the first “Choco Love Fest” was held at Supermarket Concept Store.
This unique festival gathered a large number of exhibitors as well as the fans of chocolate, giving them memorable experience through new tastes and new insights.
In addition to rich offer of the Choco market, the visitors had a unique opportunity to learn from the masters of chocolate, how to make some of the best chocolate desserts.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, love and fashion were presented in several fashion segments all inspired by chocolate, designed by Click fashion studio.
The Concept and Executive Production of the festival – MARSH Creative Production
Author and Organizer of the festival – Urban Hub Belgrade
Zdravko Čolić performed at his two sold out concerts in Belgrade Kombank Arena.
Around 40.000 visitors had a unique opportunity to enjoy in Zdravko’s fabulous concerts.
Numerous Belgrade media have praised these performances of Zdravko Čolić as well as the magnificent band and the dance troupe of Milan Gromilić.
As for the sound, Jon Burton, a well known British sound designer was in charge.
On both concerts the guests were Vlatko Stefanovski and Dragoljub Djuričić, while on the first concert Nikša Bratoš and Voja Aralica have joined Zdravko on the stage for one song.
The concerts were organized by – Studio Berar
Executive and creative Production by – Marsh Creative Production
In cooperation with Paprika Latino, Slovenia, Marsh Production has created a game concept and realized its production for the Strix reality show format “The Farm”, in Slovenia “Kmetija: Nov začetek”.
With this format Paprika Latino Production made a huge succsess and the broadcaster Planet TV has positioned itself side by side with leading broadcasters in Slovenia. Format “Kmetija: Nov Začetek” holds its viewership leading position for weeks now which is proved by its constant, high ratings!
Big thanks to Ms. Melinda Rebrek, Executive Producer and Miloš Ratković our Production Manager, for giving us this challenging, inspiring and interesting task that Marsh Production realized with greatest pleasure.
The Festival of Tolerance will be held for the first time in Belgrade, from 13-15 November 2014, at Dom Omladine (Youth Center of Belgrade), UK “Parobrod” (Cultural Center) and the “O3one” Gallery, with the idea to offer the audience free movies, exhibitions and lectures on tolerance.
Marsh Creative Production realized the festival’s visual identity.
Visual Identity author is renowned designer Marko Ilić.
Air Serbia has promoted its new campaign marking the 1st anniversary of successful business.
The campaign was realized by Belgrade’s marketing agency “New Moment”.
Director of the TV commercial was Srdan Golubović and production company “Media Plus”.
Marko Maršićević was the Producer of this campaign.
The month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to AVON and Popular B&Ž OM advertising agency, we had the honor to realize another Avon BCC Event – A million reasons to celebrate… to give…to help…
As every year, the US Embassy in Belgrade and Fund B-92 were a part of the action. This year’s event was a bit different – it was more interactive, more intimate.
At Knez Mihailova St, around “Delijska česma” fountain, the pink Bazaar managed to gather a great number of people and send a clear message to all the women! The “High Heel Race” with the participation of men, showed that there are still gentlemen who are ready to put themselves in “her shoes” (both literally and figuratively). Over 1000 people participated in the symbolic walk along with fantastic musicians / percussionists and clowns, led by Bojan Ivković, and the host of this year’s event was fabulous Una Senić. On that day, October 18th, sunny Belgrade with its Pink Knez Mihailova St. was an important part of the world and its fight against this terrible disease.
On the last weekend of August, another Piran Idea Y&R CEE – Golden Cut was successfully realized.
The participants from 15 countries of Central and Eastern Europe had the opportunity to see the works in 12 categories. Y & R Moscow was the most successful in this year’s Festival of ideas and the Grand Prix went to Y & R Prague.
The participants of the Piran Idea 2014 had a unique opportunity to attend a lecture by one of the most awarded creative directors in the world Kalpesh Patankar from Y & R Dubai, the agency that was officially declared the fourth most creative agency in the world in 2014 in Cannes.
Aside from the aforementioned agencies the awards also went to New Moment Y & R Belgrade, Y & R Budapest and Not Perfect -Y & R Vilnius.
In cooperation with Grey, Marsh Production produced another Samsung event.
Promotion of the new Samsung Galaxy K zoom phone with support of Vip mobile took place at Glamoure Event Center in Zemun (Belgrade)
The 6th Mikser festival called “Sustainable Utopia” gathered around 1000 creatives from whole Serbia, region and world. This year as well, many visitors have visited Savamala – the creative center of Belgrade during the four days of the festival. The program consisted of nine program segments and was happrning at 15 locations.
Eighth Supernatural festival was realized.
The location – Supernatural Park at Ada Huja, it’s closer to its Supernatural vision.
We are proud of our youngest, loyal audience with whom we have this wonderful festival day, spent
in planting, talking about the Danube, finding the “hidden treasure” in the first Belgrade maze, playing volleyball.
In addition to the choir “Čarolija”, this year’s Kid music program was completed by the choir “Kolibri”.
Fantastic afternoon gigs, lectures, green market, the delicious Supernatural Organic Blend Coffee
all gave a special touch to the second part of the program.
The bands and their music: DLM, Obojeni program and Darkwood Dub made the whole park dance as one.
Thank you all for your positive energy and a great day!
As for us, we can hardly wait for the next festival…
After Belgrade premiere in Sava Centre, this musical dance spectacle had its premiere in the city of Novi Sad. With over 40 professional dancers on the stage, multimedia set design and specially arranged music, the audience in Novi Sad had the opportunity to enjoy a dynamic performance of the Balkan dances and music in their new, contemporary groove.
In cooperation with “Popular B&Z OM”, Marsh Production did another Avon action on the occasion of the 20th of March – National Breast Cancer Awareness Day. On that occasion, pink roses were distributed to the women of Belgrade, at several locations in the city, in order to remind people of the importance of timely checkings/screenings.
On behalf of Avon and the B-92 Fund, a special flower pot with roses was set at Kalemegdan / near “Cvjeta Zuzorić”, as a gift to the city of Belgrade.
See how preparations for this action went, as well as its realization.
On February 28 and March 1, 2014, in the Mikser House, the first conference on the creative industries titled “Creative Industries of Serbia” was organized.
The conference was organized by the Exit and Mikser, and it gathered a large number of stakeholders from the creative industry of Serbia.
Theme of the second day of the conference was “Challenges for the development of creative industries in Serbia“.
The Founder of the Marsh Production, Marko Maršićević, led the first panel of the day “Education and infrastructure as a basis for the development of creative industries sector.” Other panelists:
Ana S. Trbovic, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration
Veran Matic, President of the Board of Directors, B92
Misa Lukic, President of the Board of Directors, Publicis Group Serbia
Nada Popovic Perisic, Dean, Faculty of Media and Communicatio
Vigor Majic, Director, Research Station Petnica
Nemanja Petrovic, Deputy Chairman of the“Savski Venac” municipality
Aja Jung, Director, Belgrade Dance Festival
In cooperation with production company Intermedia Network, Marsh production transformed the Dom Sindikata building into the Montevideo Cinema. The movie “See you in Montevideo!” draws enormous attention of many viewers and breaks all box office records since its premiere. .
The opening ceremony of the Montevideo Cinema was attended by the part of the cast, led by Miloš Biković.
On this occasion, they were signing posters for many fans.
On the occasion of the Days of UEPS, the 53rd Annual Award Ceremony was held in Belgrade. Today, UEPS is the only national professional association of its kind. This year, the jury of 13 members reviewed more than 230 works, in over 40 categories and subcategories. The awards were given in accordance with the basic criteria of modern communication. In collaboration with the UEPS, for the second time around, Marsh production realized this event, and it was held for the first time at the Belgrade Youth Centre (Dom omladine Beograda).
After the promotion in Slovenia during the Eurobasket 2013, the project called We Were the World Champions was successfully promoted in Belgrade as well.
Marsh production organized the event at the Yugoslav Film Archive in Belgrade, and on that occasion the exhibition was opened and the movie had its premiere. Among the many guests from cultural and public life, the event was attended by the president of Serbia Mr. Tomislav Nikolić, the minister of Culture Mr. Ivan Tasovac and the Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Vanja Udovičić.
Many of the cast members attended the premiere, among others: Bora Stanković, Ranko Žeravica, Ivo Daneu, Petar Skansi, Ratomir Tvrdić, Nikola Plećaš, Damir Šolman, Boža Maljković and many others.
The Dances and Sounds of The Balkans, an audio-visual dance spectacle is the first project of the Una Saga Serbica troupe. The troupe consists of our eminent dancers.
The base of the troupe are trained, talented young dancers and the spectacle is enriched with the principal ballet dancers of the Belgrade National Theatre. The multimedia scenography was implemented with the help of 3D animation. The music specially arranged for this show is signed by Slobodan Marković. After a full Sava Center and great enthusiasm of the audience, Marsh production has started cooperation with the troupe, with a goal to have this spectacle travelling the world!
Month of October is the National Breast Cancer Awareness month.
With the courtesy of Avon and Popular B & Z advertising agency, we had the honor to produce Avon Caravan – A million reasons why I want the world with you.
The Caravan has visited Nis and Novi Sad, coloring their city squares in pink and spreading the positive energy through dance and music, with an emphasis on the importance of preventive screenings. Belgrade was the last destination of the Caravan, joined by the U.S. Embassy and the B-92 Fund. On 12th of October, at the Republic Square, we have managed to gather more than 6,000 people who joined a symbolic walk along with fantastic musicians / percussionists led by Bojan Ivković. Vlado Georgiev and Viva Vox choir entertained the crowd as well. The event was hosted by Katarina Radivojević. 12th of October 2013, was a sunny day and our city has managed to be an important part of the world in the fight against this terrible disease.
The first Serbian Business Forum, Organized by the Chamber of Commerce, was held in the beautiful “Madlenianum” theater, on 3rd and 4th of October, 2013.
On this occasion, for the first time the world’s biggest companies such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple as well as many other guests from all over the world were presented to the Serbian business community. Marsh production ran the executive production of this great event.
CE&HA Fair 2013 is the continuation of cooperation with Grey Belgrade and client Samsung. With mutual efforts, we introduced all the new devices, in a manner that suits a tech giant like Samsung.
The 13th “Osvajanje slobode” Award Ceremony, awarded by the Maja Maršićević Tasić Foundation, was held at the Belgrade City Assembly. This year’s award went to Ms. Brankica Stanković, a journalist and author of the “Insajder” TV series.
At the very end of the Eurobasket 2013, on 22nd of September, a documentary We Were the World Champions had its premiere.
It’s a unique story about the Yugoslav school of basketball and how it all began – from its first years to the first global success – winning the 1970 World Championship in Ljubljana. More than 50 witnesses are telling their story about that time. Among the numerous attendees was also the president of FIBA Yvan Mainini, Bora Stanković, Ivo Daneu, Boris Kristančić, Aljoša Žorga, Bogdan Tanjević.
At the beginning of the Eurobasket 2013 in Jesenice, on September 7th, the movie “We Were the World Champions” had its special preview screening. It was attended by many sports professionals, media, and people from the public life of Slovenia. Guests were addressed by the Mayor of Jesenice Mr. Tomaž Tom Mencinger, Serbian Ambassador to Slovenia Mr. Aleksandar Radovanović, and after the movie had its standing ovations, a screenwriter Mr. Saša Miletić addressed to the audience as well.
After the great success with the movie “Montevideo, bog te video”, and during the preparation for the second part of the hit film, the production company Intermedia Network, was preparing for the new one – “We Were the World Champions”.
Preparations for the start of the shooting occurred during the European Basketball Championship in Ljubljana, in September. And the theme of this documentary is the beginning of the Yugoslavian basketball.
With joint efforts, The City Museum of Ljubljana, Intermedia Network and Marsh production have organized an exhibition dedicated to the winning of Gold medal on the World Basketball Championship in 1970, in Ljubljana. The exhibition was opened on September 2nd at the Ljubljana City Assembly and the guests were greeted by the Mayor of the City of Ljubljana, Mr. Zoran Janković.
Marsh production organized this year’s Piran Idea Festival 2013 in association with New Moment. This collaboration is a continuation of a long tradition Ideas Campus, which is held for the 10th time (since 2000) in the beautiful Istrian town of Piran. In recent years, the campus was visited by dozens of famous creatives (Joe Pytka, Michael Nyman, Goran Bregović and many others), as well as hundreds of students from around the world. This year, Piran Idea is a sort festival of ideas for regional network Young & Rubicam / New Moment. The competition was divided into 13 categories, 250 works were submitted, and the winners were chosen by the international jury.
The continuation of collaboration between Marsh production and Tenfore, and the first video made for the world known company Western Union.
This video promotes the cooperation with PTT Serbia that offers Western Union services throughout Serbia.
Marsh production and The Ilija M. Kolarac Foundation have signed a five-year Agreement of Cooperation.
Through this strategic partnership the goals of cooperation have been defined. With mutual efforts, the work on a new project called the Art Lab Kolararac(ALK) has begun, which should set the course of development of the Foundation in the 21st century, based on the rich tradition of the Kolarac Foundation as well as on promoting promising, young artists.
Also, the Marsh production premises were moved, on the 4th floor of the Kolarac building, in the famous studios, where some of the most significant Serbian painters of the 20th century, such as Cuca Sokić, Boža Prodanović, Zuko Džumhur, and many others, were creating their artworks.
The Mikser festival celebrated a small anniversary, and Marsh production has continued successful cooperation with this prominent Belgrade festival. Savamala has definitely become a new urban area, and much of the credit for its revival belongs to the Mikser festival, during which this area completely changes its character and structure. The festival was attended by many local and foreign guests, as well as over 100,000 visitors
After Belgrade, Samsung caravan continued its journey towards Zagreb.
As previously in Belgrade, Samsung showcased the newest products for business partners and buyers, this time in the Zagreb Car Museum. This was the first event production that Marsh conducted in Croatia
The collaboration with the only ecological festival in Serbia has been continued this year as well. Over 20.000 people visited Supernatural park on Ada Huja. Numerous festival visitors had enjoyed nature, music, as well as various Supernatural workshops
Within the Belgrade Kitchen 2.0 project, Marsh production produced its first theater play. In cooperation with Delhaize Serbia, the play has been prepared in the “Boško Buha” theater, Belgrade. Over 200 kids applied for casting. The director of the piece, Mr. Boško Đorđević, chose 6 candidates and after a two-month work, the play called “The Kitchen Superheroes” came to light. The script credits go to Vuk Ršumović.
For the second time around, Marsh production has successfully organized another Belgrade Kitchen.
With the support of the City of Belgrade, as well as Secretariat for Education and Child Protection and Tourist Organization of Belgrade, a new Publication was promoted in the Đorđe restaurant.
In cooperation with Grey Belgrade, Marsh production organized Samsung Adriatic Forum, for the first time in Belgrade. The event was held at the Genex Impulse Hall, in the unique space especially set up for this occasion, showcasing the Samsung’s new products. The 4K Screen, seen for the first time in this region, drew particular attention.
Many Samsung business partners had the opportunity to see various new products.
Grey Belgrade and Marsh production have signed the Memorandum of Cooperation.
Grey is one of the largest advertising agencies in the world and in Serbia as well, and is a member of the largest communications group in the world WPP. With offices in over 80 countries. Grey serves some of the major clients in our market. We are happy that in this way the work on joint event productions has begun.
In cooperation with the Grey Belgrade agency, Marsh production organized an all-day event at the Supermarket Concept Store, a well-known Belgrade restaurant.
Over 500 participants had the opportunity to learn about the latest business results and successes of the Telenor company. On this occasion, the participants also had an exclusive opportunity to see and hear, Mr. Miloš Pavlović, the only Serbian formula racing driver, as well as to compete in interesting games commented by the famous TV duo Ivan and Ivan (presenters of the “Ninja Warriors” TV show).
During the last days of 2012, Marsh production has started a cooperation with UEPS, the oldest organization in the field of communication. This year’s Award Ceremony was held at the Belgrade Fair premises. Hundreds of works were assessed by the professional associates. Numerous laureates attended the event, as well as the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award, Mr. Srđan Bogosavljević.