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Year: 2020
Length: 16 minutes
Language: Bosnian
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Film Category: Documentary

Cast & Credits

Director: Ado Hasanović

Screenwriter: Ado Hasanović, Chiara Cruciatti, Prisca van der Mullen

Producer: Ado Hasanovic, Giulia Rosa D'Amico

Executive Producer: Giulia Rosa, Almir Berkovac, Ado Hasanović

Cinematographer: Ado Hasanović

Editor: Giulia Flora Andorka

Sound Design: Livio Paulet

Music: Flora Cheng

Cast:  Alem HatibovicPrisca Van Der MullenLudovica Filomeno

Film Synopsis:

In September of 2019, Bosnia's first-ever LGBTQ pride march took place in Sarajevo. The event was considered a high-risk affair due to the threats by the conservative and religious right-wing groups. This film captures this historic event and the atmosphere leading up to it.

Director's Biography

Ado Hasanović (born in Srebrenica 1986) is a Bosnian film director based in Rome. From 2008-2011, Ado has been the Creative Director of the Srebrenica Short Film Festival. He graduated from the Sarajevo Film Academy as a film director in 2013. He later attended the prestigious National Film School 'Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia' in Rome, where he specialized as a film director. In 2015, he started working as Art Director for the Mediterranean Short Film Festival in Sant'Antioco, Italy. As a guest student at the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, he finished a Master in Dramaturgy. He won several international awards for his short films “The Angel of Srebrenica”, “Blue Viking in Sarajevo”, “Mum” “Breath of life Srebrenica” and “Pink Elephant”.

Presentation 2


Screening Time:

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 

Followed by Q&A 


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