Fourth day of BH Film Program begins at 12:30 in Cinema 5 in Multiplex Cinema City with the screening of two documentary films. BELONGING by Judith Beuth and Jasmin Brutus is a story about effort of a schoolteacher and parents to create a learning environment for a deaf boy. The story gives new life to the inclusionary education debate worldwide. After BELONGING, the international premiere of documentary film THE CHURC OF TENACITY by Muhammed Ibrahim about struggle of Fata Orlović to get the church illegally built in her backyard removed.

Day will continue with the world premiere of SARAJEVO MARCH by Ersan Bayraktar at 14:45 in Cinema 4 of Multiplex Cinema City. SARAJEVO MARCH is a story about siege of Sarajevo shown through the walk down the street in Sarajevo 20 years later.

Second day of Student Competition in BH Film Program starts at 15:00 in House of Shorts at Art Cinema Kriterion. This time, you will have an opportunity to watch four films:

THE DWARF by Sara Ristić

AMATERI, OR THE LOST INNOCENTS by Graeme Cole

INVESTIGATIONS OF A DOG by Aleksandra Niemczyk

LEJLA by Stijn Bouma

At 16:45 in Cinema 4 of Multiplex Cinema City world premiere of documentary film NOSTALGIA Ervin Tahirović. Director takes us through his intimate story about nostalgia and his quest for long lost time.

In Cinema 4 of Multiplex Cinema City at 20:00 you can watch regional premiere of omnibus LEBANON FACTORY. This omnibus was done as a cooperation of one director for Lebanon and one of their colleagues from Europe.

Fouth day of BH Film Program ends with the screening of MEN DON’T CRY, first feature film by Alen Drljević, about a group of men who try to deal with their war trauma, that one two awards at Karlovy Vary Film Festival.