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Tribute To Amat Escalante
Amat Escalante will be joining us in Sarajevo to present his films that earned him a place among the most renowned filmmakers of today. Amat Escalante, born in 1979, is a self-taught filmmaker from the city of Guanajuato in Mexico. He began his work in cinema at the age of fifteen. After making two short films, he wrote and directed "Sangre", his first feature film. "Sangre" became part of the Official Selection Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005 where it was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize chosen by International Film Critics. His second feature film, "Los Bastardos", also premiered at Cannes in 2008 in the Official Selection Un Certain Regard.
Honorary Heart of Sarajevo: Wolfgang Amadeus Brülhart
Children’s Programme Invites You to a Day of Fun
Best Photo of 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival
Docu Rough Cut Boutique Mentors 2016
Alena Džebo to Host 2016 Sarajevo Film Festival Opening Ceremony
The Sarajevo Film Festival has established a tradition of inviting successful local actors or actresses of the younger generation to host its opening night ceremony. Our host at the opening ceremony of the 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival on Friday, August 12, in the National Theater in Sarajevo will be Alena Džebo.
Kinoscope 2016
Kinoscope programme comprise inspiring films directed by great authors as well as new talented filmmakers. This programme brings us films from around the world, both narrative and documentary, excluding the territories which compose the festival’s competition strand.
Summer Screen 2016
Summer Screen Programme of the 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival brings inspirational titles focusing on music, pop-culture and free-thinking.
From Mexico: Music for Eisenstein (fragments from ¡QUE VIVA MÉXICO!)
A unique film and music event - FROM MEXICO: MUSIC FOR EISENSTEIN (fragments from ¡QUE VIVA MÉXICO!) - will be presented to the Sarajevo audiences during the 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival by Filmoteca UNAM (Film Archive of the National University of Mexico) and the San Cristobal International Film Festival.