Sin

The son

Zemlja / Country: Bosna i Hercegovina, Crna Gora, Hrvatska, Slovenija, Rumunija / Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania

Godina / Year: 2019

Trajanje / Runtime: 96 min.

Produkcija / Production: Dokument, Cut Up, Spiritus Movens, Moono Film, Luna Film

Reditelj / Director: Ines Tanović

Scenario / Screenplay: Ines Tanović

Producenti / Producers: Alem Babić, Veliša Popović, Zdenka Gold, Rok Sečen, Sonja Prosenc, Irina Malcea

Direktor fotografije / Cinematography: Mitja Licen

Montaža / Editing: Šimek Redžinald

Scenografija / Production design: Mario Ivezić

Kostimi / Costumes: Sanja Džeba

Uloge

Dino Bajrović, Snežana Bogdanović, Uliks Fehmiu, Emir Hadžihafizbegović, Lidija Kordić, Lazar Dragojević

Sinopsis

SIN je drugi igrani projekat rediteljke Ines Tanović. I u ovom projektu autor opisuje ono što najbolje poznaje, a to je život porodice koja živi u Sarajevu, gradu koji je u potrazi za svojim identitetom. I likovi ovog filma su u potrazi za svojim idetitetom u gradu koji se bori sa avetima prošlosti, dvadeset godina nakon rata. Ovo je film o usvojenom djetetu, o odrastanju i sazrijevanju dvojice tinejdžera, ovo je film i o nesnalaženju roditelja da odgoje usvojeno dijete kao i o njihovom strahu kako da ga zaštite u danas nesigurnom svijetu. Ovo je univerzalna priču o sazrijevanju, sa specifičnim osvrtom na Sarajevsku stvarnost.

THE SON is the second feature of director Ines Tanovic. This project too describes what the author knows best, namely, a life of a family living in Sarajevo, a city searching for its identity. Characters in this film also search for their identities in a city fighting with ghosts of the past, twenty years after the war. This film is about an adopted child, about two teenagers growing up and maturing, about parents’ inability to raise an adopted child as well as their fear of how to protect their child in the unsafe world of today. This is a universal story about maturing, with a specific glimpse of the reality of Sarajevo.

Reditelj

Ines Tanovic je rođena u Sarajevu 1965. godine. Diplomirala je na Akademiji scenskih umjetnosti u Sarajevu, odsjek za dramaturgiju sa najvišim ocjenama i dobitnik je Zlatne značke Univerziteta u Sarajevu. Od 2014 – 2019. obavljala funkciju predsjednice Udruženja filmskih radnika FBIH, kao i predsjednice Udruženja filmskih radnika u BiH. Trenutno na poziciji v.d. generalne direktorice Filmskog centra Sarajevo.  2015. godine je završila realizaciju igranog filma NAŠA SVAKODNEVNA PRIČA. Film je pozvan na više od 45 međunarodnih filmskih festivala i osvojio je 15 nagrada. Film je bio bosanskohercegovački kandidat za nagradu Oscar za 2015. U 2019. godine je završila svoj drugi igrani film SIN po vlastitom scenariju. Film SIN je pozvan na više značajnih festivala – Busan – Južna Koreja, Cottbus – Njemačka, Bosforus Film Festival – Istanbul, ENF – Holandija, Festival bosanskog filma u Njujorku, SEE Fest- Los Angeles, FEST Beograda, Festival filmske režije LIFF, Pula Film Festival, Herceg Novi Film Festival, PRIFEST Kosovo…

Ines Tanovic was born in Sarajevo in 1965. She graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, department of dramaturgy, with highest grades and won the Golden Badge of the University of Sarajevo. From 2014 to 2019 she was the President of the Association of Filmmakers in BiH. Currently she is the acting director of the Film Center Sarajevo. In 2015, she completed realization of a feature film OUR EVERYDAY LIFE. This film was invited by over 45 international film festivals and won 15 awards. It was the candidate of Bosnia and Herzegovina for Academy Award in 2015. In 2019, she wrote and directed her second feature film THE SON. This film was invited by a number of significant festivals – Busan – South Korea, Cottbus – Germany, Bosforus Film Festival – Istanbul, ENF – The Netherlands, Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival – New York, SEE Fest – Los Angeles, FEST Belgrade, Festival of Film Directing LIFF, Pula Film Festival, PRIFEST Kosovo…

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