Not every festival can offer Cannes' cachet, Venice's ambience or Toronto's marketing juggernaut. That's why the smart ones develop their individuality as well as their screening program and use…
Marija Pikic was a 21-year-old drama student with a few professional credits when helmer-writer Aida Begic chose her to star in "Children of Sarajevo." She won the actress kudo at last year's…
Robert De Niro and John Travolta don't exactly shine in this cartoonishly violent drama about two troubled veterans of the Balkan wars.
An unorthodox morality tale about Serb-on-Serb crime in which concentric narratives make for considerable resonance.
Handsome rising star Joel Kinnaman (soon to be seen in the "RoboCop" reboot) is both the main selling point and principal charm of this less distinguished sequel to Swedish hit "Easy Money."
Strong perfs, particularly by the kids, whose own dramas build tangentially under the NATO bombings, could sell this wartime romance's otherwise predictable trajectory.
LONDON -- Romanian director Radu Jude won the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival Saturday night taking a $20,000 prize and Heart of Sarajevo award for his black comedy about divorce, "Everybody in Our…
"Only the Young" stands out as the most human and affecting of recent skateboard docus.
Billed as the first pan-Yugoslav feature (minus Bosnia) since the country's break-up, "The Parade" sees itself as a genial satire, but Srdjan Dragojevic's tired and tiresome caricatures are just…
Though sufficiently well made to suggest a viable career behind the camera for debutante writer-director Angelina Jolie, "In the Land of Blood and Honey" seems to spring less from artistic conviction…
Adding another chapter to Spain's "A Serbian Film" saga, the Barcelona public prosecutor has lodged a complaint against Sitges festival director Angel Sala, accusing him of screening child…