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Sofia Meetings project wins the Heart of Sarajevo

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Romanian Everybody in Our Family received Sarajevo's Grand Prize - the Heart of Sarajevo on Saturday.  Director Radu Jude's film was presented as project during Sofia Meetings in 2009 and is the latest successful title that started its way from Sofia. The Parafin Prince by Pavel G. Vesnakov was selected for the Competition programme of short films and received a Special Jury Mention. Vesnakov is the Jameson Short Film Award winner with Vlakove at 2011 Sofia International Film Fes...

Milcho Manchevski on panel at SIFF

Macedonian filmmaker Milcho Manchevski (Before the Rain, 1994) speaks at press conference in 2011 Sofia International Film Festival about his new film 'Mothers' (2010), which premiered at the 2011 Berlinale. film summary: Two nine-year-old girls report a flasher to the police even though they never saw him. Three filmmakers meet the only residents of a deserted village - an elderly brother and sister

Milcho Manchevski on panel at SIFF

Macedonian filmmaker Milcho Manchevski (Before the Rain, 1994) speaks at press conference at 2011 Sofia International Film Festival about his new film 'Mothers' (2010), which premiered at the 2011 Berlinale. film summary: Two nine-year-old girls report a flasher to the police even though they never saw him. Three filmmakers meet the only residents of a deserted village - an elderly brother and sister
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