The Sarajevo Film Festival's documentary competition is to include five world and three internationalpremieres.
The programme opens with Slovenian film Sky Too High, Soil Too Hard by Rudi Uran, which looks at the lives of young people in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, scene of the brutal massacre of 8,000 men and boys in 1995.
The mass murder also provides the background for Haris Prolic's Srebrenica Cenotaph.
The films and the festival itself will have an added poignancy with the arrest this month of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic - indicted for war crimes including the Srebrenica massacre.
The festival runs from August 15-24. Click here for more.
Documentary Competition Programme
Diagnosis S.B.H (Dijagnoza S.B.H) (Enes Zlatar, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Graduates And Dancers (Maturanti i Plesaci) (Vedran Samanovic, Croatia)
If You Are Watching This Mum (Ako Ovo Gledas Mama) (Mustafa Mustafic, Dario Novalic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Sky Too High, Soil Too Hard (Nebo Visoko, A Zemlja Tvrda) (Rudi Uran, Slovenia)
Srebenica's Cenotaph (Srebrenicki Kenotaf) (Haris Prolic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Accidental Son (Slucajni Sin) (Tomislav Mrsic, Robert Zuber, Croatia)
Fabulous Fairies (Bajne Vile) (Marko Jeftic, Serbia)
Three (Tri) (Goran Devic, Croatia)
Corridor #8 (Koridor Br. 8) (Boris Despodov, Bulgaria)
Patria Mia, Nomad Direction (Patria Mia, Pravac Nomada) (Duska Zagorac, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Rhythm Of The City (A Varos Ritmusa) (András Salamon, Hungary)
The Flower Bridge (Podul De Flori) (Thomas Ciulei, Romania)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Premieres
Divorce Albanian Style (Adela Peeva, Bulgaria)
Don't Get Me Wrong (Nu Te Supara, Dar) (Adina Pintilie, Romania)
The Sinking Village (A Sullyedo Falu) (Márton Szirmai, Hungary)