SARAJEVO: The CineStar Sarajevo multiplex opened in the new Bingo City Center mall on 30 October 2020. CineStar's sixth multiplex is also the biggest one in the country with 10 screens and a total seating capacity of 1414.

SARAJEVO: Domestic films are having a surprise resurgence in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with Jasmila Žbanić’s Quo Vadis, Aida? on top of the box office for three weeks running.

SARAJEVO: Film Fund Sarajevo allocated 1,230,000 KM / 81,800 EUR to nine features, 14 short films, three minority coproductions and nine projects in development.

SARAJEVO: Exile by Visar Morina, a coproduction between Germany, Belgium and Kosovo, has been awarded the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Feature Film at the 26th Sarajevo Film Festival (14-21 August 2020).  A total of 49 films were selected for the four competition sections: feature, documentary, short and student films.

SARAJEVO: Adi Voicu, whose short film The Last Trip To The Seaside (Axel Film, 2019) premiered in Cannes Film Festival’s Semaine de la Critique in 2019 and won Special Mention at the Sarajevo Film Festival, returns to the Festival and the CineLink Co-production Market, held online from 15 till 20 August 2020, with his debut feature Capturing Sami.

SARAJEVO: Romanian director Andreea Cristina Bortun is presenting her feature debut project Blue Banks at Sarajevo Film Festival’s Co-production Market CineLink, held online from 15 till 20 August 2020.

SARAJEVO: Ana Urushadze, whose debut feature Scary Mother premiered at the Locarno Film Festival and won the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Feature Film, will be presenting her second feature Supporting Role at CineLink, held online from 15 till 20 August 2020.

SARAJEVO: The successful Serbian short film and documentary filmmaker Andrijana Stojković will be presenting her feature debut Spite at CineLink, that will be held online from 15 till 20 August.

SARAJEVO: Maya Vitkova-Kosev returns to CineLink, held online from 15 till 20 August 2020, with her new project One Month. Vitkova-Kosev’s debut feature film Viktoria (2014, Viktoria Films) premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went to more than 70 festivals, and her film project Afrika was presented at CineLink in 2017.

SARAJEVO: Nothing to See Here, a project questioning both the current social structures and modern communication amongst teenagers and its effect, found its way to CineLink this year. Borbála Nagy, Hungarian writer and director, will be presenting her debut feature project about a viral video that destroys lives at the market being held online from 15 till 20 August 2020.