Join Our Mailing List


Join Our Mailing List

I would like to receive:




Don't have an account? Create one!

Bosnian and Herzegovinian Film Days

Date of Event: 20/09/2022

Time of Event: 20:00

Location of Event: The Royal Film Commission - Jordan

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Days- brochure

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Days copy.jpg

Bosnian and Herzegovinian Film Days    
From Tuesday 20th until Wednesday 21st  of September  2022  
Organized by The Royal Film Commission – Jordan
in cooperation with the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Amman
8 PM at The Royal Film Commission – Jordan (Outdoor Amphitheater)
First Circle – Jabal Amman
Free Entry

Tuesday 20 September at 8 PM

The Perfect Circle

Ademir Kenovic, 110 min, Narrative, in Bosnian with English subtitles, 1997

Rated 16+

Adis and Kerim, two young brothers, seven and nine years old, have found refuge in Hamza's place; a poet whose wife and daughter have left Sarajevo. The boys have lost their whole family except for an aunt, Aicha, a refugee in Germany. Hamza cannot abandon the kids, and he must absolutely find this aunt.

Day after day, the poet and the kids learn how to live together, to discover themselves, to love each other, and to dream, where the warmth of this love helps them to overcome the difficulties of everyday life in a city in ruins. After shells have destroyed his house, Hamza is convinced to make the boys emigrate. He accompanies them to the separation zone and stays alone worried if his "new family" has arrived.  

“The Perfect Circle” has won several awards including the François Chalais Award at Cannes Film Festival, Special Jury Prize at Paris Film Festival, Audience Choice Award at St. Louis International Film Festival, Best Director at Tokyo International Film Festival and FIPRESCI Prize - Special Mention at Valladolid International Film Festival.

Film Trailer

Wednesday 21 September at 8 PM

Do You Remember Dolly Bell?

Emir Kusturica, 105 min, Narrative, in Bosnian with English subtitles, 1981

Rated 18+

Sarajevo, 1960s: A People’s House decides to form a music band to keep the youngsters off the streets. One of its members is Dino, an introverted boy with a passion for hypnosis. When Dino is not spending his time in the attic practicing hypnosis, he hangs out with his group of friends listening to music and watching movies coming from the "outside world". His life changes when he meets Dolly Bell, a stripper, and falls secretly in love with her.
This the debut feature for the Bosnian director Kusturica who afterwards became one of the most award-winning and acclaimed directors. The movie has won the Critic Award at Sao Paulo International Film Festival in 1982, Golden Lion for Best First Work and FIPRESCI Prize at Venice Film Festival.

Film Trailer