Jury and Bh. Film Student selection announced!

Association of Filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina in collaboration with Sarajevo Film Festival annually organizes Film programme of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 17 to 22 August. Part of this section is the student program which this year brings 14 student films from BiH film schools and academies.

The student line-up is as follows:

1.  SELF-REFLECTION / AUTOREFLEKSIJA, Amar Komić, Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts
2.   DREAM DANCER, Lukas Grevis, Sarajevo Film Academy
4.   BONES / KOSTI, Adi Selimović, Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts
5.   YOUTH / MLADOSTI, Žana Forca, Art Academy Banja Luka
6.   NIGHT WALKS, Julie Rodrigue, Sarajevo Film Academy
7.   I’M NOT HOME / NISAN DOMA, Vera Kulić, Faculty of Dramatic and Film Arts Bijeljina
8.   I’M NOT HERE / NISAM OVDJE, Sara Radusinović, Art Academy Banja Luka
9.   NEITHER SUNNY NOR CLOUDY / NIT' JE VEDRO NIT' OBLAČNO, Anvar Nijemčević, Sarajevo Film Academy 
10. TROUTS / PASTRMKE, Augustin Koprić, Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts
11.   A FALL / SLAP, Aleksandar Jurić, Art Academy Banja Luka
12.   SNORTY / ŠMRK, Alen Šimić, Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts
13.   IN MEMORY OF A SUMMER GONE BY / U SJEĆANJE NA LJETO ŠTO JE PROŠLO , Luka Vlaho, Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts
14.   A VERY GOOD DAY / VEOMA DOBAR DAN, Farah Hasanbegović, Sarajevo Film Academy
The Jury of the Student Competition consists of Neven Samardžić, Amra Mehić, film directors and founder and festival director of International KısaKes Short Film Festival and the festival director of Istanbul International Independent Film Festival, Arya Altioklar, while the films are competing for:
1. Best Student Film Award
2. Special Jury Prize, 
3. Special Mention.
Also, there will be an additional award sponsored by KisaKes Short Film Festival that will award one of BH student selection director's upcoming short film project directly as a finalist for KisaKes pitching platform in Istanbul. 
The films will be screened in Kriterion Cinema from 19th to 21st August. This section has in the past years become the major meeting place of the film schools from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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