|22.02. / Monday, 16:00 - 18:00 Theatre 5|
|24.02. / Wednesday, 12:00 - 14:00 Theatre 2|
|27.02. / Saturday, 18:00 - 20:00 Theatre 5|
Causes and consequences of the assassination that happened hundred years ago in Sarajevo still echo throughout Europe. On June 28, 1914 Gavrilo Princip shot Austro-Hungarian heir presumptive Franz Ferdinand. The assassination was used as a cause for the First World War that marked the beginning of the 20th century. Hundred years later Sarajevo is paying tribute to that day. People interpret and react differently to the event. Film speaks about different aspects of events that happened on that day using materials shot by citizens of Sarajevo (with mobile phones and small cameras) and contrasting their material with sequences from movies dedicated to the assassination and made by directors from Austria, Bosnia, Great Britain.
Jasmila Žbanić is an award-winning director, screenwriter and producer born in Sarajevo in 1974. She graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, Department of Theatre and Film Directing. In 1997, together with her friends, she founded an artists' association, Deblokada, through which she produced, wrote and directed many feature films, documentaries, and video works. Her first feature film Grbavica was awarded the Golden Bear at Berlinale in 2006. Her other films include: On The Path (2010), For Those Who Can Tell No Tales (2012), Love Island (2014) and One Day In Sarajevo (2015).
Jedan dan u Sarajevu
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Christine A. Maier
Isabel Meier, Ruth Schoenegge
Damir Ibrahimović, Jasmila Žbanić
Festivals & Awards:
Sarajevo Film Festival 2015 – Best Documentary Film Human Rights Award
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