The non-competitive strand will also feature Pablo Larrain’s Neruda and Kirsten Johnson’s Cameraperson.
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This year’s Sarajevo Film Festival (Aug 12-20) will feature 17 titles in its Kinoscope programme, including festival hits such as Toni Erdmann and Cameraperson
First launched in 2012, the non-competitive strand selects titles from around the world, excluding territories featured in the festival’s main competition.
This year’s line-up includes titles that have received plaudits at major festivals, including three Palme d’Or nominated films from this year’s Cannes Film Festival: Kleber Mendonca Filho’s Aquarius, Alain Guiraudie’s Staying Vetical, and Maren Ade’s crowd favourite Toni Erdmann, which clocked the highest ever score on Screen’s Cannes Jury Grid.
Also from Cannes is Pablo Larrain’s Neruda, which premiered in Directors’ Fortnight, while the programme includes Kirsten Johnson’s documentary Cameraperson, which recently won the top prize at Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Kinoscope is programmed by Mike Goodridge, CEO of Protagonist Pictures, along with Alessandro Raja and Mathilde Henrot from Festival Scope.
The 2016 Kinoscope line-up
Brazil, France, 2016, 145 min.
Director: Kleber Mendonca Filho
As I Open My Eyes / À Peine J’ouvre Les Yeux
France, Tunisia, Belgium, United Arab Emirates, 2015, 102 min.
Director: Leyla Bouzid
Belgium, France, 2016, 96 min.
Director: Rachel Lang
USA, 2016, 102 min.
Director: Kirsten Johnson
France, Belgium, Spain, 2015, 81 min.
Director: Lucile Hadžihalilović
USA, 2015, 72 min.
Director: Anna Rose Holmer
Letters From War (Cartas Da Guerra)
Portugal, 2016, 105 min.
Director: Ivo Ferreira
Estonia, 2016, 89 min.
Director: Kadri Kõusaar
Neon Bull (Boi Neon)
Brazil, Uruguay, Netherlands, 2015, 101 min.
Director: Gabriel Mascaro
Chile, Spain, France,Argentina, 2016, 107 min.
Director: Pablo Larraín
Old Stone (Lao Shi)
China, Canada, 2016, 80 min.
Director: Johnny Ma
Denmark, Sweden, 2016, 92 min.
Director: Ali Abbasi
Staying Vertical (Rester Vertical)
France, 2016, 100 min.
Director: Alain Guiraudie
Mexico, 2016, 105 min.
Director: Tatiana Huezo
Things To Come (L’Avenir)
France, Germany, 2016, 100 min.
Director: Mia Hansen-Løve
Germany, Austria, 2016, 162 min.
Director: Maren Ade
Under The Shadow
United Kingdom, Jordan, Qatar, 2016, 84 min.
Director: Babak Anvari