Awards found their owners at the 28th Sarajevo Film Festival

The winners of the 28th Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF), held in Bosnia and Herzegovina this year, have been announced.

The awards, called “Heart of Sarajevo”, found their owners at the ceremony held at the National Theater in the capital Sarajevo, after the red carpet.

In the festival, which started on August 12 and will end today, moviegoers had the opportunity to watch 230 films from 62 countries, while a total of 51 films competed in 4 categories.

6 TRT films, including 5 TRT co-productions and 1 TRT award-winning film, were also featured in SFF.

8 films in the “feature film” category, 10 films in the “short films” category, 22 films in the “documentary” category and 11 films in the “student films” category will feature world premieres of 20 films, 8 films internationally, 1 European films, 21 regional and international films. One of the films was premiered in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“A Ballade”, “Men of Deeds”, “Riders”, “Six Weeks”, “Klondike”, “Corsage”, “Serviam – I Will Serve” and “Safe Place” films competed for the award in the “Feature” category. .

Juraj Lerotic’s production of “Safe Place” won the award for “Best Feature Film”, while director Srdjan Keca’s “Museum of the Revolution” won the award for “Best Documentary Film”.

Director Balazs Turai’s production “Amok” won the “Best Short Film” award, while “It’s not Cold For Mosquitoes” directed by Josip Lukic and Klara Sovagovic won the “Best Student Film” award.

Maryna Er Gorbach, the director of the TRT co-production “Klondike”, was selected as the best director

Maryna Er Gorbach, the director of the TRT co-production “Klondike”, produced with the support of the Ukrainian State Film Agency and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism’s General Directorate of Cinema and produced by Mehmet Bahadır Er, was selected as the best director, while Juraj Lerotic won the best actor award for the movie “Safe Place”. won.

While Vicky Krieps won the best actress award for her role in “Corsage”, her documentary film “Bigger Than Trauma” directed by Vedrana Pribacic was awarded the “SFF Human Rights Award”.

The award ceremony ended after a group photo shoot.

SFF hosted world famous names

The Sarajevo Film Festival, which started to be organized to erase the traces of the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and to make the capital Sarajevo a center of culture and art, hosted many world-famous names throughout its quarter-century history.

From Robert de Niro to Angelina Jolie, from Brad Pitt to Orlando Bloom, from Daniel Craig to John Malkovich, from Morgan Freeman to Nuri Bilge Ceylan, many world-famous names have attended SFF.

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