CineMoCAB is a programme in the framework of which, and in the context of contemporary visual art, the works made in the film medium are investigated, interpreted and presented.
In the framework of this programme the edition “CineMoCAB Notebooks” is started consisting of books and readers from the field of film history and theory, film aesthetics, as well as the publications accompanying theme-centred and retrospective programme concepts.
The following books have been published in the “CineMoCAB Notebooks”:
- Puriša Đorđević – Morning, Day, Noon (2011)
- Slobodan Šijan – Kino Tom. Antonio G. Lauer or Tomislav Gotovac Between Zagreb and Belgrade (2012) in collaboration with Croatian Film Association; Slobodan Šijan won the Zagreb Jutarnji list award for non-fiction in 2013.
- Pavle Levi — Cinema by Other Means (2012) in collaboration with Film Center Serbia; the publishing of Pavle Levi’s book was accompanied by the exhibition under the same name held at the Milica Zorić and Rodoljub Čolaković Gallery-Legacy (exhibition author: Dejan Sretenović)
- Branislav Dimitrijević – Dušan Makavejev’s Sweet Movie (2017)