Radu Jude's Everybody in Our Family Wins Heart of Sarajevo

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Radu Jude's Everybody in Our Family Wins Heart of Sarajevo


Emin Alper's Beyond The Hill received the Special Jury Prize

The 18th Sarajevo Film Festival (Jul 6-14) wrapped last night with Radu Jude's Everybody In Our Family winning the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Film.

The Romanian family drama also received a cash prize of [euro]16,000, provided by the Council of Europe.

The Special Jury Award and [euro]10,000 provided by Agnes B. went to Turkish director Emin Alper's first feature film Beyond The Hill.

Uliks Fehmiu, the star of Serbian director Miroslav Terzic's political thriller Redemption Street received the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actor and [euro]2,500.

Bosnian actress Marija Pikic won the Heart of Sarajevo for Best Actress and the same financial prize, provided by the Sarajevo International Airport, for her role in Aida Begic's Children Of Sarajevo. The film also won the Cineuropa Award and [euro]5,000.

Austrian director Florian Flicker's Crossing Boundaries, which had its world premiere in Sarajevo's competition, won the CICAE Award, which means support in distribution in CICAE's network of 3,000 cinemas.

In the documentary competition, the Heart of Sarajevo went to Ivana Mladenovic's Turn Off The Lights from Romania. Croatian director Nebojsa Slijepcevic won the Human Rights award for Real Man's Film. …

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