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SARAJEVO 2022

Il 28° Festival di Sarajevo annuncia la line-up del suo concorso

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- In programma dal 12 al 19 agosto, il festival mostrerà 51 film nelle sue quattro sezioni competitive, tra cui 21 anteprime mondiali

Il 28° Festival di Sarajevo annuncia la line-up del suo concorso
A Ballad di Aida Begić

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Now reaching its 28th edition, the Sarajevo Film Festival (running 12-19 August) has announced its competition sections, where 51 films will vie for the Heart of Sarajevo awards. The individual competition sections — for feature, documentary, fiction short, and student work — will be composed of 21 world, seven international, one European, 21 regional, and one national premieres. 

The feature competition will number eight titles, down from 10 the previous year, and be split evenly between world and regional premieres as well as having a majority of female filmmakers. A Ballad [+leggi anche:
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by Aida Begić, the festival’s most notable Bosnian world premiere, is featured in this section, after being developed through the festival’s CineLink Industry Days. The film features a nice meta-element, where an unambitious housewife and mother returns to the town she grew up in, and upon learning a film is being shot in her neighbourhood, decides to audition. The other world premieres are Men of Deeds [+leggi anche:
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, the new film by Romania's Paul Negoescu (The Story of a Summer Lover [+leggi anche:
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, Two Lottery Tickets
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), and two first fiction features: Riders [+leggi anche:
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by Slovenia's Dominik Mencej and Six Weeks [+leggi anche:
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by Hungary's Noémi Veronika Szakonyi. The section is rounded off by titles coming from major film festivals such as Cannes (Corsage [+leggi anche:
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by Marie Kreutzer), Sundance and Berlinale (Klondike [+leggi anche:
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by Maryna Er Gorbach) and Locarno (Safe Place [+leggi anche:
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by Juraj Lerotić and Serviam - I Will Serve [+leggi anche:
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by Ruth Mader). The Best Feature Film Prize will be an award in the amount of €16,000, co-sponsored by the Tourism Association of Canton Sarajevo.

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The documentary competition has 22 titles, up from 16 the previous year, although eight of them could be classified as shorts, with one of these a new work by the recently Cannes-selected director Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk. There is also a film with a 47-minute runtime, making it a mid-length or featurette: Beauty of the Beast by Anna Eszter Nemes, a Hungary-Serbia co-production. The world-premiering features are Marta Smerechynska's Diary of a Bride of Christ [+leggi anche:
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(Ukraine), Srđan Perkić's Lights of Sarajevo [+leggi anche:
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 (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Mátyás Kálmán's Paying a Visit to Fortuna [+leggi anche:
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(Hungary/Croatia), Cătălina Tesăr and Dana Bunescu's The Chalice. Of Sons and Daughters [+leggi anche:
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(Romania) and Botond Püsök's Too Close [+leggi anche:
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 (Romania/Hungary), while other titles such as Vedrana Pribačić's Bigger Than Trauma [+leggi anche:
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(Croatia), Mladen Kovačević's Another Spring [+leggi anche:
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(Serbia/France/Qatar), Ilan Metev, Ivan Chertov and Zlatina Teneva's A Provincial Hospital [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria/Germany), Nikolay Stefanov's No Place For You in Our Town [+leggi anche:
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(Bulgaria), Srđan Keča's Museum of the Revolution [+leggi anche:
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(Serbia/Croatia/Czech Republic), Igor Ivanjko's Fragile Memory [+leggi anche:
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(Ukraine) and Thomas Fürhapter's Living Together [+leggi anche:
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 (Austria) come from previous film festivals. This section’s top feature prize will receive an award of €4,000, sponsored by the Government of Switzerland.

The programming team, led by the festival’s Creative Director Izeta Građević, viewed a total of 751 titles submitted for the festival, with its competitive sections reserved for films from the Balkan and Eastern European region.

Previously announced by the festival were Honorary Heart of Sarajevo awardees Sergei Loznitsa, Paul Schrader, and Ruben Östlund, whose Palme d’Or victor Triangle of Sadness [+leggi anche:
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will also open the festival. 

The full list of competition titles is as follows:

Feature Film Competition

A Ballad [+leggi anche:
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- Aida Begić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Men of Deeds [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Paul Negoescu
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- Paul Negoescu (Romania/Bulgaria)
Riders [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Dominik Mencej
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- Dominik Mencej (Slovenia/Croatia/Serbia/Italy/Bosnia and Herzegovina) 
Six Weeks [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Noemi Veronika Szakonyi
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- Noémi Veronika Szakonyi (Hungary)
Corsage [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Marie Kreutzer
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- Marie Kreutzer (Austria/Luxembourg/Germany/France)
Klondike [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Maryna Er Gorbach
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- Maryna Er Gorbach (Ukraine/Turkey)
Safe Place [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Juraj Lerotić
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- Juraj Lerotić (Croatia)
Serviam - I Will Serve [+leggi anche:
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- Ruth Mader (Austria)

Documentary Film Competition

Diary of a Bride of Christ [+leggi anche:
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 - Marta Smerechynska (Ukraine)
Lights of Sarajevo [+leggi anche:
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 - Srđan Perkić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 
Liturgy of Anti-Tank Obstacles - Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk (Ukraine/USA) (short film)
Paying a Visit to Fortuna [+leggi anche:
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- Mátyás Kálmán (Hungary/Croatia)
Shadowed by the Plane Tree - Aynur Elgunesh (Azerbaijan) (short film)
The Chalice. Of Sons and Daughters [+leggi anche:
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 - Cătălina Tesăr, Dana Bunescu (Romania) 
The Film Factory - Silvestar Kolbas (Croatia) (short film)
Too Close [+leggi anche:
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- Botond Püsök (Romania/Hungary)
Babajanja - Ante Zlatko Stolica (Croatia) (short film)
Retreat - Anabela Angelovska (North Macedonia/Germany) (short film)
We, ... Composition - Visar Jusufi (Kosovo/Germany) (short film)
Bigger Than Trauma [+leggi anche:
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- Vedrana Pribačić (Croatia)
Another Spring [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Mladen Kovačević
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- Mladen Kovačević (Serbia/France/Qatar)
A Provincial Hospital [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Ilian Metev, Ivan Chertov …
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- Ilan Metev, Ivan Chertov, Zlatina Teneva (Bulgaria/Germany)
Atonal Glow [+leggi anche:
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 - Alexander Koridze (Georgia)
Beauty of the Beast - Anna Eszter Nemes (Hungary/Serbia) (medium-length film)
Fragile Memory [+leggi anche:
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 - Igor Ivanjko (Ukraine)
Living Together [+leggi anche:
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 - Thomas Fürhapter (Austria)
Microbiome - Stavros Petropoulos (Greece) (short film)
No Place For You in Our Town [+leggi anche:
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- Nikolay Stefanov (Bulgaria) 
Ribs - Farah Hasanbegović (Bosnia and Herzegovina/Hungary/Belgium/Portugal) (short film)
Museum of the Revolution [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Srđan Keča
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 - Srđan Keča (Serbia/Croatia/Czech Republic) 

Short Film Competition

Affricate - Anna Gyimesi (Hungary)
It is Quiet Here. - Novruz Hikmet, Olena Podolianko (Ukraine)
My Neighbour Wolf - Nebojša Slijepčević (Croatia/Serbia)
Together, Alone - Kasim Ördek (Turkey/France)
Alba Vulba - Dorka Vermes (Hungary)
Amok - Balázs Turai (Hungary/Romania) 
Money and Happiness - Ana Nedeljković, Nikola Majdak Jr. (Serbia/Slovenia/Slovakia) 
On Xerxes’ Throne - Evi Kalogiropoulou (Greece)
That’s How the Summer Ended - Matjaž Ivanišin (Slovenia/Hungary/Italy) 
5pm Seaside - Valentin Sejskal (Greece/Austria) 

Student Film Competition

It’s Not Cold for Mosquitoes - Josip Lukić (Croatia)
My Nikola - Martina Marasović (Croatia)
Rainbow - Sandra Marić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 
The Other End of the Street - Kálmán Nagy (Austria/Hungary)
Water Balloons - Aleksa Borković (Serbia) 
Hollywood - Leni Gruber, Alex Reinberg (Austria)
Mon Ami - Carina Dasoveanu (Romania)
My Sister and I - Theodor Ioniță (Romania)
Craze - Bianka Szelestey (Hungary) 
Resting Fog - Nikolett Fábián (Hungary)
The Analogy of Space - Oleksandr Hoisan (Ukraine) 

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