No Man's Land lead actor Branko Duric's directorial debut Sour Cream And Marmalade and Srdan Vuletic's Summer In The Golden Valley are among four world premieres confirmed for the Regional Programme of the forthcoming Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) (August 15-23).

Duric's film is described as being "about a couple from the bottom of the social ladder, about smuggling refugees across borders and other 'suspect' things", while Vuletic, who scripted Ahmed Imamovic's European Film Award-winning short 10 Minutes last year, speaks of his debut feature as centring on "the generation of sons whom their fathers left no legacy other than destroyed cities, abandoned principles and a society in chaos."

The other two world premieres are In The Mountains - about a boy growing up in post-war trauma and refugee illusions - by Miha Hocevar, whose debut feature Fuck was a box-office success in Slovenia in 2000, and A Small World by Belgrade-based filmmaker Milos Radovic.