(This is a full list of films produced in
. The country came into existence in April 1992. For an A-Z list see Bosnia and Herzegovina ) Category:Bosnia and Herzegovina films
Because Bosnia and Herzegovina was part of Yugoslavia prior to its independence in 1992, all movies in that region were credited as being produced in Yugoslavia, and not in their respective countries, regardless of the producers or director. Wikipedia thus has a full list of movies from 1992.
Cinema in Bosnia as part of Yugoslavia dates back to the 1920s when it started producing silent films. Bosnia and Herzegovina now is home to the largest film festivals in the Balkans and one of the largest in Southeastern Europe;
[1 ] the [2 ] Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF), established in 1995 during the siege of Sarajevo by Mirsad Purivatra, who still presides as the president of the festival. It has hosted guests such as Steve Buscemi, Katrin Cartlidge, Bono, Nick Nolte, Michael Moore, Alexander Payne and many more. Another undoubtedly notable festival is the annual Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival (BHFF) established in 2003, held in the TriBeCa area of New York City. The festival's aim is to promote movies from various young promising directors in Bosnia and showcase them to the American public in hopes of getting recognition.
Arguably the two most famous and celebrated modern-day Bosnian directors are
Danis Tanović and Jasmila Žbanić, who directed and No Man's Land , respectively. No Man's Land won the Grbavica Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, among 42 other awards, while Grbavica won the Golden Bear at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival, and countless other awards. The country has many more respected and internationally-renowned filmmakers, including Stefan Arsenejević whose 2003 short film Atorzija was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 2003, and Pjer Žalica whose 2004 film won a substantial amount of European and international awards. Today, Bosnia has a large concentration of internationally acclaimed and multiple international award winning screenwriters, filmmakers and cinematographers; only some of which include: Hajrudin Krvavac-Šiba, Mirza Idrizović, Aleksandar Jevđević, Ivica Matić, Fuse Ademir Kenović, the late Benjamin Filipović, Jasmin Dizdar, Dino Mustafić, Srđan Vuletić, Aida Begić and many more.
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