March on the Drina is a 1964 Yugoslav war film co-written and directed by Žika Mitrović. The film was released by the Avala Film studio in Belgrade. The screenplay was written by Žika Mitrović and Arsen Diklić. The title is derived from the eponymous 1914 musical composition by Stanislav Binički. In 2014, the film was featured at the Zagreb Film Festival in Croatia in a series on World War I movies.

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  • «Марш на Дрину» (серб. Марш на Дрину, хорв. Marš na Drinu) — югославский кинофильм 1964 года. Режиссёр- Живорад Митрович. Фильм был снят белградской киностудией «Avala Film». Фильм посвящён героической победе сербских войск в Битве при Цере, одной из первых в Первой мировой войне. Победа на Цере стала первым знаковым событием для Антанты и её союзников.В 2014 году фильм был показан на кинофестивале в Загребе в серии фильмов о Первой мировой войне. (ru)
  • March on the Drina is a 1964 Yugoslav war film co-written and directed by Žika Mitrović. The film was released by the Avala Film studio in Belgrade. The screenplay was written by Žika Mitrović and Arsen Diklić. The title is derived from the eponymous 1914 musical composition by Stanislav Binički. The film is based on a historical event, the Battle of Cer, which took place in 1914 during World War I. The film chronicles the experiences of a Serbian artillery battery of the Combined Division as it makes a forced march to the Cer Mountain in western Serbia to meet Austro-Hungarian troops who have invaded the country by crossing over the Drina River. The Battle of Cer was a landmark battle of World War I as the first Allied or Entente victory of the war over the Central Powers. In 2014, the film was featured at the Zagreb Film Festival in Croatia in a series on World War I movies. (en)
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  • Milorad Marković (en)
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  • Katarina Stojanovic (en)
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  • Arsen Diklić (en)
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  • Nikola Jovanović (en)
  • Ljuba Tadić (en)
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  • Vlada Popović (en)
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  • «Марш на Дрину» (серб. Марш на Дрину, хорв. Marš na Drinu) — югославский кинофильм 1964 года. Режиссёр- Живорад Митрович. Фильм был снят белградской киностудией «Avala Film». Фильм посвящён героической победе сербских войск в Битве при Цере, одной из первых в Первой мировой войне. Победа на Цере стала первым знаковым событием для Антанты и её союзников.В 2014 году фильм был показан на кинофестивале в Загребе в серии фильмов о Первой мировой войне. (ru)
  • March on the Drina is a 1964 Yugoslav war film co-written and directed by Žika Mitrović. The film was released by the Avala Film studio in Belgrade. The screenplay was written by Žika Mitrović and Arsen Diklić. The title is derived from the eponymous 1914 musical composition by Stanislav Binički. In 2014, the film was featured at the Zagreb Film Festival in Croatia in a series on World War I movies. (en)
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  • March on the Drina (film) (en)
  • Марш на Дрину (фильм) (ru)
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