Sarajevo reveals Feature Competition jury line-up
- In addition to jury president Michel Hazanavicius, the jurors will include Carlo Chatrian, Jadranka Djokić, Srdan Golubović and Andrea Stavenhagen
The Sarajevo Film Festival has revealed the composition of its jury for the Competition Programme - Feature Film for the 26th edition, set to run from 14-21 August.
After announcing that French filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius would serve as president of the jury back in February, the festival has now added the remaining four members: Berlinale artistic director Carlo Chatrian, Croatian actress Jadranka Djokić, Serbian director Srdan Golubović and head of industry at the Morelia Film Festival Andrea Stavenhagen.
Before heading up the Berlinale, Chatrian served as the artistic director of the Locarno Film Festival.
Djokić is best known for her roles in Dalibor Matanić's Fine Dead Girls and Zrinko Ogresta's Behind the Glass [+see also:
interview: Ivan Maloca
interview: Zrinko Ogresta
film profile], which earned her the Golden Arena for Best Actress at the Pula Film Festival in 2008. This year, she was in Sarajevo to film Pjer Žalica's Focus, Grandma, which is currently in post and is being produced by the Sarajevo Film Festival itself.
Golubović is one of Serbia's most acclaimed filmmakers, and his 2007 title The Trap [+see also:
film profile] was shortlisted for the Academy Award for Best Foreign-language Film. In 2013, he won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award at Sundance for Circles [+see also:
interview: Nikola Rakocevic
interview: Srdan Golubovic
film profile], and his latest outing, Father [+see also:
interview: Srdan Golubović
film profile], premiered in the Berlinale's Panorama and won both the Audience Award and the Ecumenical Jury Award.
Finally, Stavenhagen, currently head of industry and training projects at the Morelia Film Festival in Mexico, served as head of the Ibero-American Film Co-Production Meeting at the Guadalajara Film Festival and was the San Sebastián Film Festival’s Latin American delegate between 2015 and 2019.
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