SARAJEVO: The cinema hall of Cultural Centre Tomislavgrad is the first cinema which was digitalised within a project launched by the Film Fund Sarajevo with support from the Ministry of Culture and Sport and the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

SARAJEVO: Srđan Vuletić is currently shooting his third feature film Gym, which is a Bosnian/Croatian/Slovenian/Montenegrin coproduction. Vuletić won the Golden Tiger Award for his debut feature Summer in the Golden Valley / Ljeto u zlatnoj dolini (2003, produced by Refresh).

SARAJEVO: Emir Kapetanović is currently in production with his debut feature When Santa Claus Was a Communist / Ne skreći sa staze, which is a coproduction between Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia.

SARAJEVO: Bosnian director Una Gunjak, whose first directorial debut Chicken (2014) won the European Film Award for Best Short Film, is currently in postproduction with her feature debut Excursion. The film is a coproduction between Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Norway and France.

SARAJEVO: On 3 March 2023, with a great applause, filmmakers of Bosnia and Herzegovina said their last goodbye to their beloved friend and colleague, producer Amira Lekić, who passed away at 48.

SARAJEVO: Mirza Begovic’s comedy Amanet, distributed by Una Film, finished 5th in the Top 10 in Bosnia and Herzegovina with 30,732 admissions and 96,463 EUR / 188,667 KM gross. Pjer Žalica’s May Labour Day / Praznik rada (Obala Art Centar) is number 10 with 23,279 admissions and 78,190 EUR / 152,927 KM gross.

SARAJEVO: Film Fund Sarajevo has announced production, minority coproduction and development grants for 2022. The fund operated with increased funds this year.

SARAJEVO: Romanian directors Daniel Bărnuți and Alexandra Lizeta Bărnuți bring a second marriage documentary to the Docu Rough Cut Boutique with their first long documentary My Muslim Husband. The regional platform dedicated to documentary projects in postproduction is organised by the Sarajevo Film Festival and the Balkan Documentary Center.

SARAJEVO: After winning the Heart of Sarajevo for his debut feature Tilva Roš (Kiselodete, 2010), Nikola Ležaić returns to the Sarajevo Film Festival to present the project of his sophomore feature Mum at the CineLink Co-production Market, running 13 - 18 August 2022. The film is a Serbian/Croatian coproduction.

SARAJEVO: Nadejda Koseva, whose debut feature Irina (Art Fest, 2018) received an EFA Discovery Award nomination, is presenting her sophomore feature The Trap at CineLink Work in Progress, running 13 - 18 August 2022. The film is a Bulgarian/German coproduction.

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