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4 items from 2015


'Mustang' wins best film at Sarajevo Film Festival

22 August 2015 2:22 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Acting awards split between casts of Mustang and Chevalier, Son Of Saul wins Special Jury Prize.Scroll down for full list of winners

The 21st Sarajevo Film Festival (Aug 14-22) wrapped tonight with Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang winning the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Feature Film.

The film also received the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actress, which went to its whole female cast: Güneş Şensoy, Doga Doğuşlu, Tuğba Sunguroğlu, Elit İşcan, and Ilayda Akdoğan.

László Nemes picked up the Special Jury Prize for Holocaust drama Son Of Saul.

Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Chevalier won a Special Jury Mention, and its male ensemble, consisting of Yorgos Kéntros, Vangelis Mouríkis, Panos Kóronis, Makis Papadimitríou, Yorgos Pyrpassópoulos, and Sakis Rouvás received the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actor.

The Heart of Sarajevo for Best Documentary went to Alexander Nanau’s Toto And His Sisters, while the same award in the short film competition went to A Matter Of Will »

- vladan.petkovic@gmail.com (Vladan Petkovic)

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'Mustang' wins Heart of Sarajevo

22 August 2015 2:22 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Acting awards split between casts of Mustang and Chevalier, Son Of Saul wins Special Jury Prize.Scroll down for full list of winners

The 21st Sarajevo Film Festival (Aug 14-22) wrapped tonight with Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang winning the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Feature Film.

The film also received the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actress, which went to its whole female cast: Güneş Şensoy, Doga Doğuşlu, Tuğba Sunguroğlu, Elit İşcan, and Ilayda Akdoğan.

László Nemes picked up the Special Jury Prize for Holocaust drama Son Of Saul.

Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Chevalier won a Special Jury Mention, and its male ensemble, consisting of Yorgos Kéntros, Vangelis Mouríkis, Panos Kóronis, Makis Papadimitríou, Yorgos Pyrpassópoulos, and Sakis Rouvás received the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actor.

The Heart of Sarajevo for Best Documentary went to Alexander Nanau’s Toto And His Sisters, while the same award in the short film competition went to A Matter Of Will »

- vladan.petkovic@gmail.com (Vladan Petkovic)

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Benicio Del Toro to Receive Heart of Sarajevo Award at Film Festival in Bosnia

24 July 2015 7:26 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Benicio Del Toro, who looks set to play the baddie in “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” will be the good guy at the Sarajevo Film Festival next month, when he will receive the Bosnian festival’s Heart of Sarajevo Award for his contribution to the art of cinema.

Previous recipients for the award, which was designed by French designer, filmmaker and festival patron Agnes B, include Angelina Jolie, Gael Garcia Bernal and Steve Buscemi.

Del Toro will present Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s drama “A Perfect Day,” in which he has a starring role alongside Tim Robbins and Olga Kurylenko, at the festival’s open-air screening venue, where Del Toro will receive the award in front of a 3,000-strong crowd. The film premiered in Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival.

The actor will also hold a master class for the participants of Talents Sarajevo, a networking and training platform »

- Leo Barraclough

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Fashion Designer Agnes B's My Name Is Hmmm… Looks Great But Doesn't Hold Together

27 January 2015 9:00 PM, PST | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

There's a tension between directness and obfuscation in My Name is Hmmm..., with first-time director Agnès Troublé (better known as the fashion designer agnès b.) wavering between the approaches of Breillat and Godard. Troublé and cinematographer Jean-Philippe Bouyer envision working-class desperation with raw imagery stripped of beauty or hope, while peppering the film with fanciful visuals (superimposed images, shifting aspect ratios and color schemes). In a more cohesive film, this might reflect the perspective of eleven-year-old Céline (Lou-Lélia Demerliac), who's being sexually abused by her father and seeks escape. But here it's a hodgepodge of artistic gestures grafted onto a traditional narrative, neither fully linear nor »

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