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Sarajevo Film Festival Unveils 2021 Competition Line-Up

Sarajevo Film Festival Unveils 2021 Competition Line-Up

A total of 47 films will compete at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival across its four competitive sections. The event will feature 18 world premieres and three international premieres.


The program is open for films from Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbejan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Georgia, Hungary, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey.


Awards on offer include the Heart of Sarajevo for Feature Film (worth €16,000), for Best Director (€10,000), Best Actress (€2,500) and Best Actor (€2,500).


COMPETITION PROGRAM – FEATURE FILM 

THE ELEGY OF LAUREL, Dušan Kasalica (Montenegro, Serbia) – World premiere


THINGS WORTH WEEPING FOR, Cristina Grosan (Hungary) – World premiere


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BEBIA, À MON SEUL DÉSIR, Juja Dobrachkous (Georgia, United Kingdom) – Regional premiere


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CELTS, Milica Tomović (Serbia) – Regional premiere


GREAT FREEDOM, Sebastian Meise (Austria, Germany) – Regional premiere


LOOKING FOR VENERA, Norika Sefa (Kosovo) – Regional premiere


MOON, 66 QUESTIONS, Jacqueline Lentzou (Greece, France) – Regional premiere


MURINA, Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović (Croatia, Brazil, United States, Slovenia) – Regional premiere


THE HILL WHERE LIONESSES ROAR, Luàna Bajrami (Kosovo, France) – Regional premiere


COMPETITION PROGRAM – DOCUMENTARY FILM


BOSNIAN BROADWAY, Jasmina Beširević (Croatia) – World premiere


DISTURBED EARTH, Kumjana Novakova, Guillermo Carreras-Candi (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, North Macedonia) – World premiere


DIVAS, Máté Kőrösi (Hungary) – World premiere


EVERY SUNDAY, Keti Papadema (Cyprus) – World premiere


HORIZON, Tanja Deman (Croatia) – World premiere


THE SAME DREAM (Romania) – World premiere


WHEN WE WERE THEM, Danis Tanović, Damir Šagolj (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – World premiere


ŽŽŽ (JOURNAL ABOUT ŽELIMIR ŽILNIK), Janko Baljak (Serbia) – World premiere


SUNNY, Keti Machavariani (Georgia) – European premiere


FACTORY TO THE WORKERS, Srđan Kovačević (Croatia) – Regional premiere


LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES, Ahmet Necdet Çupur (Turkey, France, Germany) – Regional premiere


LOOKING FOR HORSES, Stefan Pavlović (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Netherlands, France) – Regional premiere


RECIPE FOR HATE, Filip Čolović (Serbia) – Regional premiere

RECONCILIATION, Marija Zidar (Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo) – Regional premiere


SOLDAT AHMET, Jannis Lenz (Austria) – Regional premiere


LANDSCAPES OF RESISTANCE, Marta Popivoda (Serbia, France, Germany) – B&H premiere