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25th Sarajevo Film Festival Daily #9
25th Sarajevo Film Festival to be held under the patronage of UNESCO
Shooting of Pjer Žalica's new film in Sarajevo
Shooting on a new film by Bosnian director Pjer Žalica under the working title FOCUS GRANDMA has finished in Sarajevo.
Sarajevo Film Festival has been granted support by UNESCO to execute a study on its impact on B&H
Sarajevo Film Festival has been granted support by UNESCO to execute a study on its cultural, economic and social impact on Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Purivatra: Status of UNESCO City of Film is an immense potential for Sarajevo
On the occasion of the World Cities Day, which is marked annually on October 31st in Paris, UNESCO announced that Sarajevo has been granted the status of the UNESCO City of Film. UNESCO grants the City of Film status to cities with a rich cinematographic history, prominent films festivals, and notable film locations and production infrastructure, which are committed to the development and promotion of filmmaking.
CineLink Industry Days invites you to join all about content creation event - NEM Zagreb
New Europe Market presents winter edition of the event which will take place from 11th until 13th of December at Esplanade Zagreb Hotel.
BH Telecom Audience Award
Cineplexx at the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival
Festive celebration of the new cinema during the 25th Sarajevo Film Festival in Hotel Holiday.
LA BELLE ÉPOQUE shown at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema
Tonight at 20:30, as a part of the Open Air programme, the Sarajevo Film Festival audience had a chance to see LA BELLE ÉPOQUE, a film by the French director Nicolas Bedos.
In Focus: IVANA THE TERRIBLE
Film by director Ivana Mladenović was shown today in National Theatre at 16:00.
Award Ceremony tonight in National Theatre
25. Sarajevo Film Festival Award Ceremony will be held tonight at 20:00 in National Theatre.
IT MUST BE HEAVEN at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema
Tonight at 20:30 at the Raiffeisen Open Air Cinema, Palestinian director and actor Elia Suleiman presented his new film IT MUST BE HEAVEN to the audience. The film’s premiere was at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where it received a Special Mention from the jury.