Born on March 2, 1958. He is engaged in film criticism, essays and research. He published his works in more than 40 magazines, as well as daily newspapers and periodicals.
He is represented in about twenty film books by his original works.
Director: Christophe Hermans
Victor is 17. He is gradually losing his eyesight. That is irrevocable. Refusing his handicap, Victor fights to live like an average teenager and becoming an adult just like the others. Today Victor is ready to take off to go to University and study Law.
Ivan Ikić is the director of the award-winning films Oasis (2020) and Barbarians (2014).
He was born in Belgrade in 1982. He graduated in film directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.
Stefan Ivančić is a film director, producer and selector. He completed his undergraduate and master studies in Film Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he currently works as an assistant professor.
Born on March 2, 1958. Studies of world literature at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade.
He is engaged in film criticism, essays and research. He has published his works in more than 40 magazines, daily newspapers and periodicals.
This year's extraordinarily profiled and expertly designed Festival, will be certainly remembered for several precious film gems, as well as a particular film aesthetic, entirely subservient to the movement of modern film expression. From the very first moment, high production standards made this year's festival quite equable.
Directors: David Ulich, Steven Ungerleider
When faced with tremendous obstacles, Sir Philip Craven holds true to his principles. This film explores how the former president of the International Paralympic Committee used these principles as a compass to guide the world’s largest adaptive sports organization to become a global leader for social change.
Director: Jim McMorrow
Based on a true story. Stephen, a young man with Down’s Syndrome wishes to break free from his caring but over-protective mother and celebrate his 18th birthday in the way that he chooses.
Director: Andrew Leibman
Sign At All Times tells the story of how 18-year-old Brian Estrada overcame his personal adversity and found pride in his identity.
Director: Mehdi Rakhshani
In a village in Iran, a boy is born with severe physical disabilities. His parents, believing him to be stillborn, plan to bury him. Suddenly the boy begins moving with his arms and legs and returns to life.
Director: Jasmina Pašalić
The film shows a girl with cerebral palsy and her everyday life. The film strives to make the viewer aware that anything is possible when you believe and when you have the support of the community.
Director: Elena Rebeca Carini, Ilaria Giangrande
“What do you want from life?”
“What can you do?”
Janko Baljak, (Belgrade, November 21, 1965) is a Serbian film and television director. He graduated from Film and Television Directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade.
His first short feature film Due to Reasonable Doubt was shown in 1986 in the official selection of the Festival of Yugoslav Documentary and Short Film Feature Film.
Director: Christine Jezior
What happens to a relationship if a partner suddenly becomes severely disabled after an accident? For Gosia it is clear that she will stand by her boyfriend Tomek no matter what in order to let him live as normal and fulfilled a live as possible.
Director: Elena Demidova
Country: Russian Federation
Masha is sick with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). She can’t move and talk, only her fingers move a little and make it possible to control a computer mouse and then everything will be even worse.
Director: Judith Auffray
Seven young autistic adults in a house Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort, in the southern Cévennes in France.
Director: Doug Roland
Feeling Through, the first film to star a DeafBlind actor, is a coming of age story that follows Tereek, a teen wandering the streets of New York, desperate for a place to crash when he encounters Artie, a DeafBlind man in need of help getting home.
The Festival's director - Darko Ivić, this year's Selector of the festival Miroljub Stojanovic, Senior Advisor at the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs and the Commissioner for Protection of Equality Mrs. Brankica Jankovic addressed the audience.
The Grand Prix of the 12th Bosifest went to the documentary film "A HOUSE / UNE MAISON" by the French director Judith Auffray
A house take us to a very special place in a quite unusual way, and then focuses on the housemates - it allows us to meet individual characters as they go about their daily routine.
Realizer: Institute for the Study of Cultural Development, Belgrade
Program title: Did you know about accessibility in culture?
Marija Stojnić, is a director and producer of documentaries that intertwine with other art forms. Her debut feature documentary “Speak to See You” premiered at the IDFA (First Appearance Competition ’19) festival in Amsterdam and the MoMA Museum (Doc Fortnight ’20) in New York, winning the Grand Prix in the national competition at Beldocs 2020 , winner of the international competition of the CaracasDocs festival in Venezuela and St. Andrews Festival in Scotland etc.
Dejan Petrović, screenwriter and director of several short feature and documentary films, as well as producer of about 50 short documentaries.
He is the founder and director of the Independent Film Center Filmart, within which several projects are being implemented, including the International Student Film Camp Interaction.
Born in 1980 in Belgrade, where she still lives today. She graduated from the VI Belgrade Gymnasium, during which she also attended the Kvadrat School of Film Directing, and then studied film and TV directing at the Faculty of dramatic arts.