Sarajevo's new Kinoscope programme includes films from Sono, Carax, Loktev
The 18 selections from around the globe also include Sundance hits Beasts of the Southern Wild [pictured] and My Brother The Devil, plus Edwin’s Postcards From The Zoo and art documentary Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present.
The Sarajevo Film Festival’s 2012 edition will introduce a new programme, Kinoscope (replacing the former Panorama section). The new offering consists of 18 films from around the world (excluding Southeastern Europe, which is eligible for Sarajevo’s main competition).
The three new programmers for Kinoscope Mike Goodridge (Screen’s outgoing editor) and FestivalScope co-founders Alessandro Raja and Mathilde Henrot.
The selections are:
Avalon, Axel Petersen (Sweden)
Beasts of the Southern Wild, Benh Zeitlin (US)
Goodbye First Love (Un Amour De Jeunesse), Mia Hansen-Love (France-Germany)
Himizu, Shion Sono (Japan)
Holy Motors, Leos Carax (France)
Land of Oblivion (La Terre Outragee), Michale Boganim (France-Germany-Poland-Ukraine)
The Loneliest Planet, Julia Loktev (US-Germany)
Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present, Matthew Akers (US)
My Brother The Devil, Sally El Hosaini (UK)
Neighbouring Sounds (O Som Ao Redor), Kleber Mendonça Filho (Brazil)
Postcards From The Zoo, Edwin (Indonesia-Germany-Hong Kong)
Scabbard Samurai (Saya-Zamurai), Hitoshi Matsumoto (Japan)
She Male Snails (Pojktanten), Ester Martin Bergsmark (Sweden-Denmark)
Summer of Giacomo (L’Estate Di Giacomo), Alessandro Comodin (Italy-Belgium-France)
Tabu, Miguel Gomes (Portugal-Germany-Brazil-France)
The Tiniest Place (El Lugar Mas Pequeno), Tatiana Huezo Sánchez (Mexico)
Twilight Portrait (Portret V Sumerkakh), Angelina Nikonova (Russia)
The Wild Ones (Los Salvajes), Alejandro Fadel (Argentina)