AHMED IMAMOVIĆ was born in Sarajevo in 1971. He graduated directing at Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts in 2002. During his studies he directed several theater plays and films, among which the most important one was WOMEN, a documentary film Imamović directed in 1997. During the war in Sarajevo, 1992-1995, he was an active member of Sarajevo Group of Authors (SaGA) making numerous documentary films about the war and the siege of Sarajevo as a director of photography. He made a documentary film about the First Sarajevo Film Festival in 1995. He also worked on the production of Ademir Kenović's THE PERFECT CIRCLE and Michael Winterbottom's WELCOME TO SARAJEVO. Imamović directed short film 10 MINUTES as his graduation film and this film won 2002 European Film Academy Award for the Best Short Film; Sarajevo Film Festival – Best short film and other awards. With 10 MINUTES Ahmed Imamović became one of the most important names and figures of cinema of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the film was presented at numerous film festivals all over the world. Imamović has also collaborated with Pjer Žalica on the screenplay for Žalica’s first feature film FUSE. He is currently working as a director at BHT1.
2010 - BELVEDERE - Feature film - (director, screenwriter)
2005 - GO WEST - Feature film - (producer, director, screenwriter)
2002 - 10 MINUTES - Short film - (director)
1997 - WOMEN, doc.
1995 - THE FIRST SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL, doc.