What warms us, poisons us
The film deals with the problem of air pollution from individual combustion plants, due to the use of low-quality fossil fuel and waste.
In the film, experts explain the connection between the burning of waste in individual incinerators and the serious health problems, including death, that it causes.
According to various calculations, around 10,000 people in Serbia die prematurely due to air pollution, and one of the biggest polluters, in addition to industry, traffic and agriculture, are individual fireplaces.
Vladimir ŠperExecutive producer
Petar MedićVideo and sound recorder
Predrag NovkovićEditing and post-production
Dinko GruhonjićProgram director
Project Title (Original Language):Šta nas greje, to nas truje
Completion Date:March 5, 2023
Production Budget:6,250 EUR
Country of Origin:Serbia
Country of Filming:Serbia
Shooting Format:HD, H264, 1920x 1080
AWARD FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM "DEJAN ANASTASIJEVIĆ"Belgrade
May 23, 2023
premiere in Serbia
first audience award
NDNV - Independent Journalists' Association of VojvodinaDistributorCountry: SerbiaRights: All Rights
Journalist since 2001, he started working for the TV production "UrbaNS" in Novi Sad, which
operated as a correspondent office for TV B92 from Belgrade, within the ANEM (Association of
Independent Electronic Media) network. After that, he worked for several years at the
"Građanski list" newspaper in Novi Sad, and contributed to the online portals "Autonomija.info,"
"Magazin Vojvodina," and the interregional agency "AIM-ng."
Since February 2017, he has been a collaborator of VOICE. He has been a caricaturist for the
"Autonomija.info" portal since May 2016. In 2018, he was awarded the annual NDNV
(Independent Journalists' Association of Vojvodina) prize for analytical journalism. Additionally,
in 2023, he received the NUNS (Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia) awards for
investigative journalism "Dejan Anastasijević."
His articles for VOICE and Autonomija.info cover various topics, with a primary focus on facing
the wartime legacy in the region and war crimes.
In recent years, he has focused most of his attention on the urban chaos in Novi Sad, namely, the
investor-driven urbanization, where the processes of planning and construction in cities become
entirely subordinated to the interests of investors, often at the expense of citizens and the public
Investor-driven urbanization frequently involves disregarding urban planning regulations and
rules, leading to legal or ethical controversies regarding construction. Through his stories, he
exposes the collusion between authorities and investors, highlighting numerous problematic and
legally questionable practices of relevant authorities, which inflict the greatest harm on citizens
and the public interest.