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    5 Must See Films from the Sarajevo Film Festival

    If there is anything that defines Southeastern European films, it is, on the one hand the region’s diversity, and on the other, particular facts that the countries share. Distinct cultures, customs and values – with certain similarities – mark the personality and soul of each place. But almost all t...

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    Argentine Filmmaker Lucrecia Martel in Sarajevo: "Avoiding obviousness I discover other things"

    Writer/director/producer Lucrecia Martel was born in the northern province of Salta, Argentina. After relocating to Buenos Aires, she directed a series for Argentine television and a few short films. One of them, "Dead King" (1995), won an award in the Havana Film Festival, earning her some notoriet...

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    Wim Wenders to Bring Students & "Pina" to Sarajevo Film Festival

    Wim Wenders, one of the most accomplished directors of the "New German Cinema," will be a guest at the upcoming Sarajevo Film Festival, bringing along his much-discussed 3D documentary "Pina" for a special presentation.

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    War No More: Sarajevo Fest Fetes Serbian Film

    The 16th Sarajevo Film Festival wrapped up on Saturday, July 31st with a screening of Clint Eastwood’s “Invictus” with actor Morgan Freeman in attendance. Having Freeman in Bosnia was a highlight for the festival where not only did he represent the film, but took part in the Sarajevo Talent Campus ...

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    Dispatch from Sarajevo: A Festival Redefining Conflict Resolution

    The city of Sarajevo is no stranger to conflict. In order to avoid a potential conflict of its own this year, the Sarajevo Film Festival moved its August dates to July to avoid the early start of Ramadan. In this first of two reports from the 2010 Sarajevo Film Festival, I will concentrate on the id...

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    Sarajevo Standouts: Ordinary and Not So Ordinary People

    The Sarajevo Film Festival closed out its 15th anniversary edition last night honoring films recognizing both everyday and out-there subjects, with Serbian films doing especially well. Offering a realist view of both the drudgery and soul-killing aspects of war, Vladimir Perisic's carefully composed...

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    Sarajevo Celebrates Zhang-ke, Barendrecht; Takes On Queer Controversies

    In marking its 15th anniversary with this year's edition, the Sarajevo Film Festival has long ago realized its first year promise to offer a cultural refuge to what was then a city still under a siege by Serbian forces that had been going on since 1992. Since that founding in 1995, the festival has ...

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