|Directed by||Ahmed Imamovic|
|Produced by||Jasmin Duraković|
|Written by||Srdjan Vuletic
|Running time||10 minutes|
10 Minutes is a 2002 short film contrasting ten minutes in the life of a Japanese tourist in Rome with the bloody drama of a Bosnian family taking place at the same time less than an hour away in the besieged city of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. It was directed by Ahmed Imamovic, who also directed Go West.
- Almedin Leleta as Kid (as Almedin Leleta)
- Satoshi Yahata as Tourist
- Milan Pavlović as Shopkeeper
- Jasna Žalica as Mother
- Izudin Bajrović as Father
- Admir Glamočak as Atko
- Enis Bešlagić as Soldier 1
- Elmir Jukić as Soldier 2
- Sanja Burić as Sanja
The film was awarded Best European short film of 2002.
- "European Film Awards 2002". IMDb. Retrieved 2009-03-22.
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