Sarajevo Now!
Cinema of Bosnia and Herzegovina

September 16 - October 3, 2015

Pera Film’s new season begins with Sarajevo Now! a program accompanying Pera Museum’s Images of Our Time: Works from the Sarajevo Academy of Fine Arts exhibition. The film program accentuates recent highlights from contemporary Bosnian Cinema. Recent years Bosnian Cinema has produced memorable and acclaimed films, many of which address the country’s turbulent past and contemporary social issues. Its filmmakers have gained worldwide recognition, producing award-winning films, often on low budgets. This five-film selection provides a platform for the exposure of up-and-coming and internationally renowned filmmakers, thus contributing to a greater understanding of this country, its diverse culture and history.

September 16

19:00 Halima’s Path

September 18

20:00 One Day in Sarajevo

Self Reflection

September 19

15:00 Belvedere

September 20

15:00 Flotel Europa

September 26

14:00 Flotel Europa

16:00 Belvedere

October 3

15:00 Halima’s Path

17:00 One Day in Sarajevo

Self Reflection

Halima’s Path

Halima’s Path

One Day in Sarajevo

One Day in Sarajevo

Flotel Europa

Flotel Europa

Belvedere

Belvedere

Self Reflection

Self Reflection

Program Trailer

Sarajevo Now!
Cinema of Bosnia and Herzegovina

This five-film selection provides a platform for the exposure of up-and-coming and internationally renowned filmmakers, thus contributing to a greater understanding of this country, its diverse culture and history.

Images of Our Time

Since its foundation, Pera Museum has supported young artists and contemporary art through collaborations with many universities and art institutions both in Turkey and abroad. 

Images of Our Time

Midnight Horror Stories: The Landlord <br> Hakan Bıçakcı

Midnight Horror Stories: The Landlord
Hakan Bıçakcı

Three people sleeping side by side. On the uncomfortable seats of the stuffy airplane in the air. Three friends. I’m the friend in the window seat. The other two are a couple, Emre and Melisa. I’m alone, they are together. And another difference. I’ve only closed my eyes. They are asleep.

Félix Ziem (1821-1911) A nomadic, unclassifiable, and eccentric artist

Félix Ziem (1821-1911) A nomadic, unclassifiable, and eccentric artist

French artist Félix Ziem is one of the most original landscape painters of the 19thcentury. The exhibition Wanderer on the Sea of Light presents Ziem as an artist who left his mark on 19th century painting and who is mostly known for his paintings of Istanbul and Venice, where the city and the sea are intertwined. 

Symbols

Symbols

Pera Museum’s Cold Front from the Balkans exhibition curated by Ali Akay and Alenka Gregorič brings together contemporary artists from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.