The 2ndInternational Film Festival in Isola, Slovenia, wrapped on May 31 with BosnianPjer Zalica's Days And Hours takingthe main prize.

The festival'smain programme included titles such as Yasmine Kassari's Sleeping Child, Saman Salur's FromThe Land Of Silence, Josue Mendez's DaysOf Santiago, Pablo Trapero's RollingFamily, Amer Alwan's Zaman, Destiny'sMan, Lisandro Alonso's The Dead,Ana Poliak's Pin Boy and ClarkWalker's Levellands. All thesedirectors also visited the festival.

The aim of the festivalis "to introduce and popularize an important segment of contemporary filmproduction, which is being neglected by local film distributors despite itstremendeous artistic value", said Vlado Skafar, the director and selector ofthe festival.

As a result, therights to the following films have been bought for theatrical distribution inSlovenia: Santosh Sivan's The Terrorist and Egyptian director Youssef Chahine's Destiny have been bought by Kinoteka, Days Of Santiago by Otok, and Days And Hours are still beingnegotiated.