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This month we speak with Amer Becirbegovic, the Head of Programming at Obala Meeting Point. Obala Meeting Point is a cult cinema in Sarajevo. It was built in 1997 as…
SARAJEVO: Bosnian film experts are planning to present a draft of an update of the 1990 cinema law to the country’s parliament, after spending more than a year working on…
The touching Turkish drama Song of my Mother, the story of an aging woman and her son forced to leave their native Kurdish village and live in Istanbul, received the…
SARAJEVO: The main industry event of the Sarajevo International Film Festival, CineLink, offering over 160,000 EUR in cash and in services, is expanding into new territories.
SARAJEVO: The 20th anniversary edition of the Sarajevo International Film Festival, 15-23 August 2014, marks the launch of a new Avant Premiere platform dedicated to the expansion of regional films…
SARAJEVO: The Sarajevo International Film Festival currently celebrating its 20th edition (15-23 August, 2014) is launching a unique fund, focused on the cooperation between regional, European and global partners.
Bosnia and Herzegovina teams up with Germany on a documentary about a German pensioner looking for a better life in Eastern Europe.
Three new countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, have signed agreements to participate in the EU’s Creative Europe programme.
SARAJEVO: Nine films are competing in the feature competition of the 20th edition of Sarajevo IFF, including three world premieres.
FNE spoke to Danis Tanovic about the importance of EU support for film in smaller countries and how film can build a cultural bridge between neighbouring countries.
Cinema exhibition professionals meeting at the Sarajevo IFF predicted Saturday that public-private partnerships are likely the best way forward in digitizing the aging screening facilities in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia.
SARAJEVO: The Sarajevo fest's 19th edition 16-24 August 2013 will screen nine titles in its main compeition - including five world premieres - revealing a new crop of cinematic exploration…
BERLIN: Oscar winning Bosnian director Danis Tanovic has returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina to shoot his most successful film since No Man’s Land which won the Academy Award for Best…
Films from Southeastern Europe were on view at the Human Rights film festival in Sarajevo.

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