Jury and Student Selection of the Film Program of B&H Announced

Program will bring 13 student films from B&H film schools and academies.

Association of Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina in collaboration with Sarajevo Film Festival annually organizes Film program of Bosnia and Herzegovina (12-17 August) in the framework of Sarajevo Film Festival. Part of this section is the student program which this year brings 13 student films from B&H film schools and academies.

The student films line-up:

AMATERI OR THE LOST INNOCENCE by Graeme Cole, Film.Factory
APNOEA by Andronikos Konstantinos Dimopoulos, Film.Factory
ČISTOĆA by Neven Samardžić, Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo
INVESTIGATIONS OF A DOG by Aleksandra Niemczyk, Film.Factory
KRAJ DANA by Asja Krsmanović, Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo
LEJLA by Stijn Bouma, Film.Factory
LOST CITY by Sara Radusinović, Art Academy Banja Luka
LJUBAV ZA DVIJE by Zoran Pilipović, Art Academy Banja Luka
NADŽIVETI KORNJAČU by Katarina Živanović, Faculty of Dramatic and Film Arts Bijeljina
ONE DAY by Janja Bijelić, Akademija umjetnosti Banja Luka
PATULJAK by Sara Ristić, Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo
SATSEVA by Inga Kukobat, Art Academy Banja Luka
ZIMSKO SUNCE by Pilar Palomero, Film.Factory

In the sixth year of this competitive section the films are competing for:
Best Student Film Award
Special Jury Prize
Special Mention

The Jury of the Student Competition is: Ivo Čolak, Board president of Film Fund Sarajevo, Aleksandra Mitrić Štifanić, director of the film festival First Shot and set designer Vedran Hrustanović.

The films will be shown in Kriterion Cinema from 14 to 16 August and this program has in the past years become the major meeting place of the film schools from Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

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