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WINTER SUN

Original Title: Zimsko sunce
Year: 2017
Length: 37 minutes
Language: Bosnian
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Film Category: Short Documentary


Cast & Credits

Winter Sun (Zimsko sunce)

Director: Pilar Palomero

Screenplay: Pilar Palomero

Producer: Emina Kujundzić

Director of Photography: Manel Raga and Pilar Palomero

Editor: Tomás Batazar

Production Company: Film Factory

Cast: Sahbija Pašalić, Muhamed Pašalić, Sabina Šabić, Sara Zlatar Šabić


Film Synopsis:

Nana, an eighty-year-old woman, is in a need of surgery. She and her husband leave their village of Hrsa and move temporarily to Sarajevo, where they live with their daughter while awaiting the procedure. Even though the couple loves being with their family, the wait for the surgery drags on and Nana becomes increasingly home sick. The couple is promised that the surgery will happen very soon and that they need to be patient. As they linger longer away from their home, they miss their way of life, the mountains, and their daily routine.


Director's Biography

Born in Zaragoza, Spain, Pilar Palomero wrote and directed a series of short films before studying at the Sarajevo Film Academy’s Film Factory in 2013 under the tutelage of Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr. Her short films have been screened at various international festivals, including the Warsaw International Film Festival, the Sarajevo Film Festival, the St. Louis International Film Festival, among others. She is currently working on her first feature film.

Preview

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* free admission with purchase of any ticket from SVA Theatre screening, or with purchase of Festival Pass. Must RSPV due to limited seating.

 AFA Theater

 Presentation 1 

 

Screening Time:

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 

6:15 PM 

Screens with: "Two Schools"

Followed by a Panel Discussion

Nominations

BHFF Jury Award for the Best Short Documentary

BHFF Audience Award for the Best Picture