Docu Rough Cut Boutique announces projects selected for 2024 edition
Created by the Sarajevo Film Festival and Balkan Documentary Center, the programme is organized in three working modules: Sofia (March 2024), Cluj (June 2024) and Sarajevo (August 2024)
Talents Sarajevo Call for Entries 2024
Up-and-coming film creatives are invited to apply for AI-themed edition of Talents Sarajevo by March 8th.
Exploring synergies: Managing Intellectual Property Across Creative Industries
Participants from the following countries are eligible to apply: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia. The deadline for submission is February 22, 2024.
Cinema-goers in Bosnia and Herzegovina went to the cinemas more than in previous years - 1.3 million viewers in BiH cinemas in 2023
The greatest cinema success was achieved by the American hit "Barbie", the regional hit "Guardians of the Formula" and the domestic "Excursion"
CineLink Drama Opens Call for Entries
With this Call, we are looking for series projects in development and financing stages. The project submission deadline is February 23rd, 2024.
CineLink Co-Production Market Opens Call for Entries
The final selection will be announced in April 2024. Selected projects will be invited to take part in CineLink onsite workshop in Slano, Croatia (June 17-22, 2024).
Docu Rough Cut Boutique 2024 is waiting for your projects!
The programme is organized in three working modules: Sofia (April 2024), Cluj (June 2024) and Sarajevo (August 2024)
“Going European: A Co-production Training for Writers” 2024 Opens Call for Entries
The project chosen for participation in Going European will be granted a wildcard opportunity to showcase itself at the prestigious CineLink Drama Pitch during the CineLink Industry Days in Sarajevo in August 2024.
Golden Card Holiday Discount for the 30th Sarajevo Film Festival
Enjoy the holiday spirit and save on your festive adventure as we offer discounts for the Golden Card during the holidays
Ceasefire now! Release all hostages now!
We as film festival organisers can and should be vocal against all forms of war, violence and human rights abuses and our strongest weapon is our programme