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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.

The films will be produced by Sarajevo Film Festival and co-written and co-directed in Sarajevo by 5 international and 5 directors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia. The films will premiere on the Opening Day of the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes. The 10 directors will also get an opportunity to pitch their 1st or 2nd feature projects to buyers, sales agents, broadcasters and distributors participating in the Cannes Film Festival and Market.

Films:

“LOVE SUPREME”: Dušan Kasalica (Montenegro), Teodora Ana Mihai (Romania / Belgium);
“RED STAIN”: Urška Djukić (Slovenia), Gabriel Tzafka (Greece / Denmark);
“THE SIGN”: Eleonora Veninova (Macedonia), Yona Rozenkier (Israel / Swizerland);
“MOMMY”: Maša Šarović (Serbia), Sharon Angelhart (Israel);
 “SPIT”: Neven Samardžić (Bosna and Herzegovina), Carolina Markowitz (Brazil).

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