WHAT WE DO
Film Center Sarajevo is a public company with a mission of preserving the tradition and heritage of cinema. Founder and Assembly of J.P „Film Center Sarajevo“ is the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Film Center Sarajevo has a collection of 80 feature films and over 500 documentaries and short films. Film Center’s Archive is home to the films which have been produced by Bosna Film, Studio Film, and Sutjeska Film in former Yugoslavia. Some are of major significance for the cinema of Bosnia and Herzegovina and they have achieved notable success on international film festivals (DO YOU REMEMBER DOLLY BELL by Emir Kusturica, WALTER DEFENDS SARAJEVO by Hajrudin Šiba Krvavac, THE BATTLE OF NERETVA by Veljko Bulajić, BLACK PEARLS by Tomo Janjić, PICTURES FROM THE LIFE OF SHOCK FORCE WORKERS by Bato Čengić).
One of the basic goals of Film Center Sarajevo is to work on the improvement of the film industry (production, distribution and development of film culture) and audiovisual section in the Federation of BiH. The aim of Film Center Sarajevo is also to harmonize all the regulations with positive European practices in this field.
Film Center Sarajevo promotes BH movie and the industry in whole, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the region, Europe and the world.
The first film museum opened in the southeastern part of Europe „Walter defends Sarajevo“ also operates within the Film Center Sarajevo.
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