"Takva -- A Man's Fear of God," by Turkish helmer Ozer Kiziltan, nabbed the Heart of Sarajevo at the 13th Sarajevo Film Festival on Saturday.
Essentially a self-reflexive war film that borrows some horror conventions, "The Living and the Dead" brings nothing new to either genre.
Slovenian helmer Janez Lapajne's sophomore effort, "Short Circuits," never sparks to full wattage.
Mise-en-scene triumphs in "Milky Way," by cult Magyar helmer Benedek Fliegauf.
Film provides occasional visual delights but fails to engage emotionally.
The world preem of "It's Hard To Be Nice," the second feature by local writer-helmer Srdan Vuletic ("Summer in the Golden Valley"), kicked off the 13th Sarajevo Film Festival Aug. 17 in front of an…
"Film Noir" is a stylish, sexually explicit animation that plays like "The Big Sleep" meets "Fritz the Cat."
Tale of an already fragile family falling apart is too banal for serious drama, not light enough for bedroom farce.
Lovers run amuck in the wilderness in experimental drama "Our Private Lives."
"Captain Ahab" vividly imagines the formative years of Captain Ahab.
Only love provides a reason to live in "The Rebirth."