Belvedere

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  • BA, HR
  • 2011
  • 90'
  • 35 mm
  • black & white
  • drama

This is an intimate story of survivors of the Srebrenica genocide now facing a world of contrasts. On the one hand they are searching relentlessly for the truth, while on the other they must deal with the trivialities of everyday life in a transitional society obsessed with reality tv shows; shows that turn their viewers into superficial individuals. When these two worlds collide in a dysfunctional society a time bomb begins its countdown.

Director
Ahmed Imamović
Screenplay
Ahmed Imamović, Aida Pilav, Abdulah Sidran
Cinematography
Darko Drinovac
Editing
Midhat Mujkić
Art Direction
Sead Gološ, Vedran Hrustanović
Costume Design
Malka Alić
Music
Nedim Zlatar, Leonardo Šarić
Sound Design
Igor Čamo
Cast
Sadžida Šetić, Nermin Tulić, Minka Muftić, Armin Rizavnović, Adis Omerović
Producer
Samir Smajić
Production
Comprex (BA)
Co-production
Concordia Film (HR), Radio-televizija Bosne i Hercegovine (BHRT)

Ahmed Imamović (1971) is a Bosnian director, screenwriter and producer. He graduated in film and TV directing from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo. His graduation short film 10 Minutes (2002) won the European Film Academy’s Best Short Film Award. His work includes a number of award-winning short films and documentaries. His first feature Go West (2005) was shown at over 100 international festivals and won a total of 38 awards.

Croatian film catalogue