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Remnants

Year
2014
Country
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy
Duration
50’’
Director
Antonio Martino

20 years since one of the most dramatic days of the Former Yugoslavia conflicts, the destruction of the old bridge, also a symbol of the city; and after almost 10 years since its reconstruction by the international community, seven different characters live their lives in today’s Mostar, without meeting each other. What they have in common, however, are splinters of memory returning strongly from the past, and with which they have to deal.

Production and Sales
Bo Film, via Nazario Sauro 22, 40121 Bologna, Italy, +390510415248, info@bofilm.it, Serena Gramizzi
Awards
2014 – Special Mention of the Critics’ Jury at the Genova Film Festival
Director
Antonio Martino

Antonio Martino is an independent filmmaker with a B.A. in Art, Music and Show Disciplines from the University of Bologna. Since 2005, he has directed investigative documentary films on environmental, political and social issues.

Filmography

Selected: Colorado (2001), Siamo fatti così (2003), Blu Panorama (2005), Gara de Nord – copii de strada (2006), Pancevo mrtav grad (2007), Be Water, My Friend (2009), Nìguri (2009), At the Regime Borders (2012), Remnants (2014)

Cinema House, Blue Hall
Cinema House
vul. Saksahanskoho, 6
Q&A with director
Wednesday
25 March 2015
19:00
XVII INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
20–29
March 2020
The Agreement
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The Agreement
Country
52’
Director
Karen Stokkendal Poulsen
Duration
2013
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The Second Meeting
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The Second Meeting
Year
2012
Country
Serbia, USA, South Africa
Director
Željko Mirković
Duration
86’
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