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Sarajevo’s CineLink announces selection


CineLink (July 27-30), the co-production market of the Sarajevo Film Festival (July 22-30), has announced its 2011 selection: 14 projects, divided between CineLink and CineLink Plus.

CineLink projects will participate in the Project Development Workshop organized in collaboration with the Binger Filmlab, while the CineLink Plus line-up will be presented directly at the market.

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CineLink selection:

365 New Years' Eves (Romania) – Writer: Vlad Trandafil, Director: Paul Nagoescu
A Happy Man (Croatia) – Writer/Director: Davor Kanjir
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(Serbia) – Writers: Nikola Ljuca and Staša Bajac, Director: Nikola Ljuca
Mirko's Gonna Fuck You Up (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Writer/Director: Saša Hajduković
Odysseus (Montenegro) – Writers: Andro Martinović and Andrej Nikolaidis, Director: Andro Martinović
Spirit Of Dust (Turkey) – Writer: Betul Esener, Director: Nesimi Yetik
Stage Fright (Greece) – Writers: Yorgos Zois and Vasilios Kyriakopoulos, Director: Yorgos Zois
Tideaway (Austria) – Writer/Director: Hugo Vieira Da Silva
The Wednesday Child (Hungary) – Writer/Director: Lili Horváth
Yozgat Blues (Turkey) – Writer: Tarik Tufan, Director: Mahmut Fazil Coskun

CineLink Plus selection:

Mother (Slovenia) – Writer/Director: Vlado Škafar
Touch Me Not (Romania) – Writer/Director: Adina Pintilie
Virus¬¬ (Greece) – Writers: Angelos Frantzis and Spyros Kribalis, Director: Angelos Frantzis
Zero (Hungary) – Writers: Gyula Nemes and Tamas Beregi, Director: Gyula Nemes

Projects presented in both line-ups are eligible for CineLink Development Awards totalling €50.000 in cash and services, courtesy of partners and sponsors Arte, the French National Film Centre (CNC), Eurimages and Synchro Film and Video.

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