ENFF On Tour: Our Everyday Life
30 October 2016

30 October 2016

starting at 19:00

Filmtheater ‘t Hoogt
Hoogt 4
3512 GW Utrecht




Ines Tanovic / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Slovenia / Croatia / 2015 / 89 min
English subtitles

Cinematography: Erol Zubcevic
Editing: Redzinald Simek
Cast: Uliks Fehmi, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Jasna Ornela Berys
Produced by: Alem Babic, Dunja Klemenc, Zdenka Gold – Dokument, Studio Maj, Spiritus movens


A young war veteran tries to cope with the economic hardships of post-war Bosnia, while his father cannot give up his social beliefs in an increasingly corrupt society. When the problems start mounting up, both of them realize that it is actually only family that matters.

The story depicts a middle-class Sarajevo family, struggling with all the problems typical for a post-war society; unemployment, migration, broken family ties, crumbling health system and a growing dilemma among the younger generation, whether to leave or to stay. The story correlates to the director’s generation for which the 2000’s have offered neither real freedom, nor successful job opportunities or progress. It is as if their life has been placed on hold.
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• Sarajevo Film Festival 2015

• Tuzla film festival 2015 – Best feature film
• Vilnius International Film Festival /Kino Pavasaris/ 2016 – Best Actor award
• Prishtina International Film Festival – PriFest 2016 – Audience award
• South-East European Film Festival Berlin 2016 – Best actor
• Montenegro Film Festival 2016 – Golden Mimosa for best screenplay