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Sarajevo Film Festival

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    Wim Wenders, Mike Leigh, Béla Tarr and More Want Oleg Sentsov Freed

    In face of a verdict of up to 23 years in prison, the film community rallies for Russia to release the Ukrainian filmmaker, who has been jailed for over a year.

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    Exotic Sarajevo Film Festival Discoveries and Award Winners

    Among the many film festivals around the world, Sarajevo is one of the most unusual, offering a feast amid a lack of plenty.

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    Sarajevo Film Fest Lineup Has Auteurs, Cannes Winners and Favorites

    Films by Yorgos Lanthimos, Jafar Panahi, Takashi Miike, Woody Allen, Christian Petzold and many more make their way to Bosnia next month.

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    Benicio Del Toro Receives Sarajevo Film Fest Honor

    The Sarajevo Film Festival's Honorary Heart goes to Del Toro next month.

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    Half of Sarajevo Film Fest Doc Contenders Directed by Women

    The films deal with a variety of issues, including the status of refugees ("Evaporating Borders"), corruption in Communist regimes ("Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service"), and the brave women of Tahrir Square ("Private Revolutions - Young, Female, Egyptian").

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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 notoriety. In 2001 Martel released her first feature film, "The Swamp," and won the Alfred Bauer award at the Berlin International Film Festival that year, and her film, along with Iñárritu's Amores Perros and Meirelles' "City of God" inaugurated a brilliant decade in new Latin American cinema. Martel's films deal with many issues in a subtle way, with man...

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