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Certificates of Appreciation for Outstanding Volunteers of 22nd SFF

The Sarajevo Film Festival organized on Tuesday evening a special ceremony to present the hardest working and the most committed volunteers of its 22nd edition with certificates of appreciation.

In an effort to strengthen our ties with the local community, the Sarajevo Film Festival has for years been opening its doors to young enthusiasts who are interested to volunteer with us and help us continue making the festival a success.

Volunteering is a perfect opportunity for enthusiast to become a part of the Festival and acquire practical experience with organization of a major cultural event in a professional and friendly seting.

A total of 396 volunteers contributed to the success of the 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival, among them 40 men and women who exhibited exceptional commitment, namely:  Bojan Kavaja, Mateo Bunjevac, Selma Bašić, Adi Tursić, Ajla Zečević, Dino Tozo, Mateo Danilović, Naila Krupić, Merjema Đipa, Nino Pezer, Emina Šabić, Hana Jusić, Kenan Čampara, Lejla Moeller, Adna Hrapović, Faris Bečić, Jasmina Sikira, Lejla Prohan, Mirnesa Cviko, Rijad Skopljak, Sara Čorbić Mustafić, Almir Mulalić, Ena Mičević, Farah Dolić, Faruk Divović, Nejla Burdžović, Senad Bešić, Amna Pezo, Amra Šeta, Ema Kobal, Amina Grbo, Lejla Mahmić, Sedina Muhibić, Omar Jašarspahić, Armin Papović, Belkisa Podžić, Sandro Lukežić, David Jotevski, Denis Trivanović and Ana Hrboka.

Outstanding volunteers were presented with special certificates of appreciation by the Sarajevo Film Festival director Mirsad Purivatra during the recognition ceremony held at the Meeting Point Cinema.

 
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