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Sena has only one aim - not to think about her two children she lost during the war in Sarajevo. She owns a bar in a cinema that welcomes everybody, including the former sniper Slaviša, who spent his days during the war shooting in Sena’s street. Knowing that Sena’s 16-year-ols son was killed by a sniper bullet, unemployed Slaviša works part-time jobs for Sena and claims that if he ever had known that someone like Sena lived in that street, he would never pull the trigger.
Nejra Latić Hulušić was born 1985 in Sarajevo. She is currently graduating at the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, film, theatre and television directing department. In 2011, together with her colleague Sabrina Begović, she founded Hava Film, a production company promoting only art made by or about women. Her project Under the Cover was nominated for Robert Bosch Co-production Prize and awarded by Balkan Documentary Center. She works at national TV channel, BHT1, as a director.
David-Jan Bronsgeest was born 1986 in Rotterdam. He graduated at Film Actors Academy Faaam Amsterdam and attended Theatre Academy Maastricht in 2010. He works in the directing department of Nederlandse Film en Televisie Academie and founded his own Byfiction production company. His short film Drowned Dreamers won the Best Scene Award on Utrecht Dutch Film Festival in 2010.
Her Cinema Love
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Netherlands
2011, 23', video
Nejra Latić Hulušić
Nejra Latić Hulušić , David-Jan Bronsgeest
Hava Film, BYFICTION
Festivals & Awards:
HotDocs 2012; Visions du Réel 2012; Doku:Fest 2012; Eastern Neighbours Film Festival 2012; Vienna International Human Rights Film Festival 2012; MakeDox 2012
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