LONDON — The Sarajevo Film Festival Monday announced the projects that will participate in its co-production and project development market, CineLink, during the last four days of this August’s 14th edition.
Twelve projects from writers and directors from across the Balkans and the wider region will be presented at CineLink. Three of these will be selected for awards of up to E12,500 ($19,823) each in project development coin.
A further three projects that fit the CineLink profile but are already well underway will be presented at a special CineLink Plus program.
“Ana’s Story,” Szabolcs Tolnai, Serbia; “Borders, Raindrops,” Nikola Mijoviæ and Vlastimir Sudar, Montenegro/Bosnia and Herzegovina; “Broken Mussels,” Seyfettin Tokmak, Turkey; “Daze,” Balint Kenyeres, Hungary; “Emir & Merima,” Paul Rosdy, Austria; “Honey,” Semih Kaplanoglu, Turkey; “If I Want To Whistle, I Whistle,” Florin Serban, Romania; “Istanbul,” Ferenc Torok, Hungary; “Living Together,” Kamen Kalev, Bulgaria; “Market,” Teona Mitevska, Macedonia; “Medal of Honor,” Calin Netzer, Romania; “One Step Behind Seraphim,” Daniel Sandu, Romania.
CineLink Plus projects:
“The Bank Of,” Onur Unlu (Turkey)
“Girls,” Andrea Staka (Switzerland/Croatia)
“Outskirts,” Cristian Mungiu, Ioana Uricaru, Anatoli Reghintovschi (Romania)