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Award-winning filmmaker Jasmila Zbanic hopes to see tax breaks introduced to encourage film production in the country.
At the Sarajevo Film Festival today (Aug 21), the Directors Guild of Bosnia and Herzegovina is to showcase more than a dozen projects in development and discuss the future of the region’s film industry with politicians.
Sarajevo-born Zbanic will host today’s event with Tanovic and told ScreenDaily they hope to hear plans for the introduction of tax breaks for filmmaking in Bosnia.
“We are trying to persuade the government to return tax to people who are shooting here [in Bosnia] and invest in film,” she said.
“It is something Croatia a few years ago, generating incredible income, and something that Serbia did a few days ago.
“We are hoping »
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Directed by Emir Kusturica
Quite often there’s discussion of how to adapt famous authors’ beloved works to the screen. One such author is Kurt Vonnegut, with his awe inspiring, philosophical, literary masterworks providing much speculation on how to visualise his stories. But there’s really no point. Not only because his books are great enough as they are, but because Emir Kusturica’s Underground, has captured the insane energy and brilliant, tangential allegories and discussions that are rarely seen in film.
The film follows three characters: Marko, Blacky and Natalija and their escapades from WWII to 1992, a period that sees the three friends and their country lurching inexorably to their eventual, respective demises. The characters are used as an allegory for the formation of the Balkan nations that they inhabit through the film’s three hour runtime. On top of that, »
- James Waters
We had two Palme d’Or winner (Time of the Gypsies in 1998; Underground in 1995) Emir Kusturica pegged to unveil his latest film, On the Milky Road at Cannes in 2014, but no such luck. It looks like Kusturica took about a year’s break in filming (which isn’t completely uncustomary for him), which resumed summer of 2014. Now, a poster has debuted and we’re thinking this should finally be ready for 2015, especially since Kusturica has recently announced plans for a new project, a French/Belarus co-production set to film mid 2015. The films is inspired by Kusturica’s short film Our Life, and consists of three stories: the first story is about a soldier with a task to get milk in the nearby village and take it to fellow soldiers. The second is about a woman who gives him the milk, »
- Nicholas Bell
4 items from 2015
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