Ibro takes his 13-year-old son Armin from their small Bosnian village to Croatia to audition for a German film about the Balkan conflict. A skeptical take on the promises of the "New Europe," Armin is also the story of a growing relationship between a father and a son. In Croatian, German, Bosnian and English.
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- Release Year: 2007
- Runtime: 82 minutes
- Directed By: Ognjen Svilicic
Germany and Croatia
Taking place in the ex-Yugoslavia of the 1970s, a mother secretly celebrates Easter at home with her children when their father, an army officer and ingrained communist, discovers his family's clandestine festivities in Easter Eggs.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Fallout program. | Read More
- Release Year: 2011
- Runtime: 14 minutes
- Directed By: Slobodan Karajlovic
A Serb and a Croat, who share only a mutual loathing for each other and a love for volleyball, find themselves kidnapped together and under severe pressure to deliver false testimony before the International War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague. A typically Balkan black comedy with a sardonic edge. | Read More
- Release Year: 2005
- Runtime: 112 minutes
- Directed By: Dejan Šorak