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Sarajevo Songs of Woe
Sarajevo Songs of Woe
2016 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany 140 min N-13
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The director Fred Kelemen, who is also a cinematographer for Bela Tarr (cinematography prize winner for "The Turin Horse", among others), presents a film triptych. It comprises two tales: "Blue Ballad for Lovers" and "Blue Rondo for Survivors", and a connecting middle part, "Blue Psalm for Wolves". All the parts flow into each other and build one universal mosaic of life in Sarajevo. In Kelemen's typical long, uncut shots the camera follows different protagonists and shows their interweaving dance of hope and despair, love and death.
Filmography
"Fate" (1995), "Frost" (1998), "Nightfall" (1999), "Fallen" (2005), "Sarajevo Songs Of Woe" (2016, "Kino pavasaris").

About Directors

Fred Kelemen (b. 1964 in West Berlin, Germany).

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Total votes: 6
Director(s) - Fred Kelemen
Screenwriter(s) - Fred Kelemen
Actors - Edin Avdagić, Balázs Bodolai, Iskra Jirsak, Ivana Pavlakovikj, Jovana Stojiljković, Szandra Guary, Iulia Ciochina, Doroteja Nadrah, Katarina Nikšić, Blaž Setnikar, Aja Štukan, Slaven Došlo, Sorin Dobrin
Producer(s) - Fred Kelemen
Cinematographer - Andreea Dobre, Irfan Brković, Dario Sekulowski, Orlin Stanchew, Radu Voinea, Naum Doksevski, Ana-Maria Draghici, Flóra Fecske, Claudia Kovács, Lev Predan Kowarski, Fred Kelemen
Editor(s) - Friederike Schuchardt, Annett Ilijew, Fred Kelemen
Composer(s) - Zoe Polanski
Sales agent - Kino Kombat Filmmanufactur
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Production company - Kino Kombat Filmmanufactur
Dialogues - Bosnian, English
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
Filmography
"Fate" (1995), "Frost" (1998), "Nightfall" (1999), "Fallen" (2005), "Sarajevo Songs Of Woe" (2016, "Kino pavasaris").

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