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Masterclass with Alejandro González Iñárritu
Mexican director, producer and screenwriter Alejandro G. Iñárritu held his Masterclass in packed National Theatre today.
A Talk with Brigitte Lacombe
A talk regarding the exhibition "Cinema | Portraits Brigitte Lacombe; Photographs 1975-2017" will be held today at the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at 17:30.
PAIN AND GLORY at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema
The latest film from Pedro Almodóvar, PAIN AND GLORY, was shown tonight at 20:30 at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema.
Gala screening of THE MUTE
Tonight at 10:00 at the National Theatre, as part of The Competition Programme – Feature Film, the film THE MUTE had its Gala Screening – out of competition.
AND THEN WE DANCED shown tonight at the National Theatre
The Competition Programme – Feature Film continued today with the regional premiere of the film AND THEN WE DANCED, tonight at the National Theatre at 19:40.
LITTLE JOE shown as a part of In Focus programme Today
The film was screened at the Sarajevo National Theatre at 16:00.
BELONGING Opened this Year's In Focus Programme
The film was screened at the Sarajevo National Theatre at 13:45.
The World Premiere of THE SON Opened the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival Tonight
The world premiere of THE SON, a film by Bosnian and Herzegovinian director Ines Tanović, opened this year's Competition Progamme – Feature Film. The screening was held at 20:15 at the National Theatre, and also at Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema at 21:00.
Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award to Pawel Pawlikowski
Sarajevo Film Festival pays tribute to director Pawel Pawlikowski and honours him for his outstanding contribution to the art of film and his lasting friendship with the city of Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The acclaimed director was presented with the Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award.
Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award to Alejandro González Iñárritu
Mexican director, producer and screenwriter Alejandro G. Iñárritu is one of the most acclaimed and well-regarded filmmakers working today, known for telling poignant and international stories about the human condition.