Sarajevo Film Festival 2024

Ji.hlava IDFF announces 2022 European New Visions projects

16 new European documentary projects will be presented at the 2nd Ji.hlava IDFF (25 – 30 October) New Visions Forum, held as part of the 26th Ji.hlava IDFF on October 27–28.

Featuring projects in development, as well as in production and post-production, selected projects include diverse genres and audiovisual formats – fiction, hybrid, cinema expanded, experimental and short films. Additionally, a number of awards will be granted to the most promising projects presented at the Forum.

Ji.hlava New Visions Forum

  • 1+1+1 (dir. Ondřej Vavrečka) – Czech Republic
  • A Farewell to Snow – A Film Trilogy (dir. Sanni Priha) – Finland
  • Basement 341 (dir. Roman Blazhan) – Ukraine
  • Click the Link Below (dir. Audun Amundsen) – Germany, Norway, United Kingdom
  • Dabruneba (dir. Mar Garro Lleonart) – Spain
  • Forest (dir. Lidia Duda) – Poland
  • Holding Mawda (dir. Robin Vanbesien) – Belgium
  • Hun Tun (dir. Magdalena Hejzlarová) – Czech Republic, France, Hungary
  • If I Ever Lovse My Eyes (dir. Lea Petříková) – Czech Republic
  • In the End of the World. Darkness: Redemption (dir. Abraham Escobedo-Salas) – Mexico, Portugal
  • Metro 22 (dir. Pavlo Dorohoi) – Ukraine
  • Preemptive Listening (dir. Aura Satz) – United Kingdom
  • Red Skies (dir. Marina Thomé) – Portugal
  • Sinnermen (dir. Aleš Suk) – Croatia
  • Subterannea (dir. Valeria Mazzucchi) – Switzerland
  • The Great Nothing (dir. Vít Klusák, Marika Pecháčková) – Czech Republic

Find more information on all the projectsHERE

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