Cemetery of bad films

Drvengrad (Serbian Cyrillic: Дрвенград, meaning Wooden Town, pronounced [dř̩ʋeŋɡrad]), also known as Küstendorf and Mećavnik (pronounced [mětɕaːʋniːk]), is a traditional village that the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica built for his film Life Is a Miracle. It is located in the Zlatibor District near the city of Užice, two hundred kilometers southwest of Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. It is located near Mokra Gora and Višegrad, best known for Yugoslav Ivo Andrić’s Nobel-winning novel,The Bridge on the Drina. Kusturica was the 2005 recipient of the Philippe Rotthier European Architecture award.

Since 2008, the village hosts the annual Küstendorf Film and Music Festival, which showcases films and music from all around the world. The festival is known for not having a red carpet as well as none of the popular Hollywood festival artifacts.

In 2010, it was visited by actor Johnny Depp. During his visit, a statue dedicated to him was unveiled.

Every year one film during the Kustendorf festival is buried on Cemetery of bad films. It is usually a new sequel of Die hard movie with Bruce Willis.

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