Film Archive

Jahr

1717 Kilometers of Summer 2009

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Croatia,
Serbia,
Slovenia,
Kosovo,
Montenegro
2010
27 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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Jurij Meden, KINO!
Jurij Meden
Vlado Škafar, Jurij Meden
Jurij Meden
Jurij Meden
A personal summer travelogue through non-personal memories, collective personal ideals, and personal collective collectives. An old, once-upon-a-time country, reborn and undone in the blink of an eye. A youthful, romantic drive through bleak squares, forgotten roads, and reconstructed dreams. A poem.
Kumjana Novakova
Country Focus Ex-Yu 2014
A Day on the Drina Ines Tanović

In this cinema vérité film without words, the Bosnian director follows an ordinary workers’ day. Their job ultimately shapes the destiny of thousands who are still waiting to bury their loved ones murdered in the last war.

A Day on the Drina

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina
2012
17 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Alem Babić, Dokument
Ines Tanović
Almir Đikoli
Nijaz Kožljak
Ines Tanović
In this cinema vérité film without words, the Bosnian director follows an ordinary workers’ day. Their job ultimately shapes the destiny of thousands who are still waiting to bury their loved ones murdered in the last war. The author is equally involved and calm and observant, leaving room for contemplation.
Rada Šešić

Ghetto 59

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina
2014
25 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Amra Bakšić Čamo
Ines Tanović
Mustafa Mustafić
Nijaz Kožljak, Redžinald Šimek
Ines Tanović
An encounter that might make a teenage girl’s dreams come true. Poetic and observant, this short documentary follows the life of refugees having lived in temporary accommodation for twenty years and waiting for something – no longer even knowing what it is. Could a merciful German soul help the Bosnian family?
Rada Šešić
Country Focus Ex-Yu 2014
Her Cinema Love Nejra Latić Hulusić, David-Jan Bronsgeest

The grief of a mother who lost her son to a sniper narrated through the portrait of the operator of a legendary Sarajevo cinema that served as an air-raid shelter during the war.

Her Cinema Love

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina
2011
23 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Nejra Latić Hulusić, David-Jan Bronsgeest, Hava Film
Nejra Latić Hulusić, David-Jan Bronsgeest
Samir Bajramović
David-Jan Bronsgeest
Nejra Latić Hulusić
Samir Bajramović
The grief of a mother who lost her son to a sniper narrated through the portrait of the operator of a legendary Sarajevo cinema that served as an air-raid shelter during the war. The film was withdrawn from its world premiere at Sarajevo Film Festival owing to threats. A short documentary that triggers big debates.
Rada Šešić

Screens

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Germany,
Slovenia
2013
8 minutes
subtitles: 
English

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Guillaume Cailleau, CaSk Films
Hanna Slak
Hanna Slak
Markus Krohn
The anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide is attended by thousands every year. The talented Slovenian film maker, who was researching her debut feature film when she made this ingenious miniature, focuses on screens: umbrellas to screen people from the sun and other people’s gaze, and those of mobile phone cameras.
Rada Šešić

SK 2014

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina,
North Macedonia,
Spain,
Kosovo
2014
26 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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Kumjana Novakova
Kumjana Novakova, Guillermo Carreras-Candi, Emilio Guerra Delgado
Emilio Guerra Delgado
Guillermo Carreras-Candi
Oriol Gallart Miret
“Monuments are good for nothing.” As monuments and museums rise around the fixed camera’s field of vision, “SK 2014” deconstructs a regime’s absurdity. The absurdity of its reading of the political, its need to mythologise itself, its absurd stones. Even in the rhythm of Offenbach, it is the graveyard of a community. Though it may appear grandiose to some.
Kumjana Novakova

Tolerantia

Animated Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina
2008
7 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles

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Ivan Ramadan
Ivan Ramadan
Mostar Sevdah Reunion
Ivan Ramadan
Ivan Ramadan
Ivan Ramadan
Animated film in Bosnia and Herzegovina is not very dynamic. Ramadan, one of its rising young talents, learned everything on his own. His debut is the first Bosnian 3D film, produced as a perfect one-man-show where the director did everything on his own except for the music. Nominated for the Best European Short Film.
Rada Šešić
Country Focus Ex-Yu 2014
What Do I Know Šejla Kamerić

Every house hides loves. Our loves, somebody else’s loves. Each questions us: what do we know about love?
Šejla Kamerić knits love stories, knits secrets, whispers, passages.

What Do I Know

Documentary Film
Bosnia-Herzegovina
2007
16 minutes

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Amra Bakšić Čamo, Jovan Marjanović
Šejla Kamerić
Dušan Vranić
Vladimir Trivić
Timur Makarević
Šejla Kamerić
Igor Čamo
Every house hides loves. Our loves, somebody else’s loves. Each questions us: what do we know about love?
Šejla Kamerić knits love stories, knits secrets, whispers, passages. Fleeting memories, glimpses of lives – inside a house and around a house.
Kumjana Novakova