Shooting has begun in Sarajevo of short films backed by the SEE Factory project
Shooting of five short films that will open the 2019 Directors' Fortnight (Quinzaine des réalisateurs) at Cannes has begun in Sarajevo.
CineLink Drama 2019
With the CineLink Drama call we are looking for new series currently being developed to take part in the CineLink 4-day-long project development workshop in April 2019, and present them at CineLink Industry Days in August.
Five short films made in Sarajevo to open the 2019 edition of the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight
The Southeast Europe Factory, the latest edition of La Factory project by DW and Directors’ Fortnight, is joining forces with the Sarajevo Film Festival, Film Center Serbia, Macedonian Film Agency, Film Center Slovenia and Film Center Montenegro to produce five 10 minute short films by ten emerging directors.
"A Good Day's Work" in Competition of the 40th CINEMED
A GOOD DAY’S WORK, produced by the Sarajevo-based Obala Art Center, will head to France shortly after screening in the main competition program of the Busan Film Festival in South Korea. The film will be screened on October 21st and 24th, in the competition programme of the 40th CINEMED - Montpellier Festival of Mediterranean Cinema, running October 19-27.
24th Sarajevo Film Festival Final Report
The Sarajevo Film Festival is an international film festival with a special focus on the region of South East Europe.
Audience Award of the 24th Sarajevo Film Festival
Following the official award ceremony of the 24th Sarajevo Film Festival, held in the National Theater in Sarajevo, the audience vote was presented at midnight.
OLD BOYS Best Film of 24th Sarajevo Film Festival TeenArena Programme
The Youth Jury of the 24th Sarajevo Film Festival awarded “Old Boys” by director Toby MacDonald from Great Britain for Best Film of this year’s TeenArena Programme.
GAJA'S WORLD Best Film of 24th Sarajevo Film Festival Children’s Programme
The Youth Jury of the 24th Sarajevo Film Festival awarded “Gaja’s World” by director Peter Bratuša from Slovenia for Best Film of this year’s Children’s Programme.
SINK OR SWIM shown in KSC Skenderija
As a part of the Open Air programme, the film SINK OR SWIM by Gilles Lellouche, was shown tonight in KSC Skenderija.