Bosnian and Herzegovinian film MEN DON'T CRY by Alen Drljević won Golden Pram for the Best Feature film of 15th Zagreb Film Festival. 

MEN DON'T CRY, Alen Drljević's debut feature film about war veterans who try to heal their inner wounds after the war ended, is awarded as a film that shows the importance of communication in healing process, but also the importance of avoiding hatred and conflicts. 
Feature film selection screened 13 films and this year's jury members were actress Lana Barić, director Peter Brosens and producer Peter Rommel. 

This is eleventh festival award for MEN DON'T CRY that was premiered at this year’s International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. Yesterday the film won Best Film Award at MEDFILM Festival in Rome. 

15th Zagreb Film Festival stared on 11th and will be held until 19th November. This year's edition of the Festival presented special screening of Bosnian and Herzegovinian short films: THE DRAGON by Ivan Ramadan, LEJLA by Stijin Bouma, SEVING GOD by Inga Kukobat, CLEAN by Neven Samardžić and GAME by Senad Alihodžić. Film INVISIBLE by Amra Mehić was screened in Short Film Competition Program.