Sarajevo Film Festival

Festival Reviews

Love Dog

Love Dog

This debut feature from Bianca Lucas is an unusual portrait of contemporary America and an incredibly intimate, heart-wrenching depiction of grief.

Atonal Glow

Atonal Glow

This portrait of a musical prodigy brims with the same energy as its subject’s piano playing while depicting the boy as well as the talent.

Another Spring

Another Spring

Serbian director Mladen Kovacevic finds echoes of the current Covid pandemic in Europe’s last smallpox outbreak in his artful, atmospheric found-footage documentary ‘Another Spring’.

Men of Deeds

Men of Deeds

A murder cover-up in a corrupt town is the catalyst for an inept police chief’s crisis of conscience in Paul Negoescu’s downbeat portrait of masculinity in meltdown ‘Men of Deeds’.

A Ballad

A Ballad

Bosnian director Aida Begic gives a 21st century feminist remix to a 19th century folk story in her baggy but formally ambitious Sarajevo festival premiere ‘A Ballad’.

Love Dog

Love Dog

This debut feature from Bianca Lucas is an unusual portrait of contemporary America and an incredibly intimate, heart-wrenching depiction of grief.

Atonal Glow

Atonal Glow

This portrait of a musical prodigy brims with the same energy as its subject’s piano playing while depicting the boy as well as the talent.

Another Spring

Another Spring

Serbian director Mladen Kovacevic finds echoes of the current Covid pandemic in Europe’s last smallpox outbreak in his artful, atmospheric found-footage documentary ‘Another Spring’.

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