We are proud and happy to announce jury of the fourth Bašta fest!
The main jury has three members and these are: Croatian actress Ivana Krizmanić, Bojan Vuletić film director from Serbia, and from Italy Massimiliano Nardulli, film curator and festival programmer for many short film festivals around Europe. They will hand over five awards: for the best movie (Golden imagination), the best director (Golden indication), the best male and female role (Golden interpretation) and the best screenplay (Golden inspiration). Jury has also a right to give two special mentions and to divide the award or not to give one .
A jury, made of young high school students from Bajina Bašta, will also choose and award the best film with the Youth Jury prize. Their participation in the program encourages a critical attitude among teenagers, and its members accept this position with great responsibility. The members of the Youth jury are: Katarina Jezdić, Tijana Jakić i Nevena Kovačević.
Last year Bašta fest introduced a new award for the best camera (Golden visualization) supported by rental house «Cineplanet». The juror of the fourth Bašta fest for the best camera award is Đorđe Arambašić, director of photography from Serbia.
MASIMILIANO NARDULI, film programmer
Born in Rome in 1976. After a degree in Humanities and Arts he specialized in cinema. He’s member of the french academy “César”. Since 2007 he worked as programmer and advisor for several festivals around Europe as Arcipelago, Lakino, Brest, Timishort, NexT, Biarrtiz, Divan, Winterthur, etc. He’s a script advisor and the head of talents of the european talent lab LIM (Less is More). He composes soundtracks and smokes pipe.
BOJAN VULETIĆ, screenwriter and film director
Born in Belgrade in 1977. Graduated film and TV directing on Faculty of dramatic arts in Belgrade.
His first feature film in (serbian-german-french-croatian-hungarian cooproduction) Practical guide to Belgrade with singing and crying had his premiere in competition East of the West program in Karlovy Vary and has received many national and international awards: FEDEORA, critics award on Pula film festival, FIPRESCI critics award on Cinema City film festival and special jury mention on JeonJu Intl. film festival in South Korea.
He worked as co-screenwriter with Stefan Arsenijević on feature omnibus Lost-found and on his feature fiction film Love and other crimes, that was premiered on Berlin film festival. (For this movie, he got a several screenplay awards on national festivals.)
His second feature film Requiem for Mrs. J. had his world premiere on Berlin film festival 2017 in Panorama program. The movie got five awards on FEST 2017, FIPRESCI critics award on Sofia FF and award for the best movie on GoEast Festival in Wiesbaden.
IVANA KRIZMANIĆ, actress
Born in Zagreb in 1976. Graduated acting in 2001. on Academy of live and recorded arts in London. Worked on many theatre, TV and film projects.
She played in movies of Dalibor Matanić (I love you), Zdravko Mustać (The wind blows), Vlatko Vorkapić (Transmania), Filip Šovagović (Transmania) and Bobo Jelčić (Transmania, Short plays and upcoming feature All alone). She worked on the screenplay of short fiction film Do you have a story? with Bojan Navojec and Dario Juričan, directed by Dario Juričan. Film had his world premiere on the 64th Locarno film festival 2011.
She got the award for the best female role on the Days of satire 2015. in a play Wanished into thin air directed by Bobo Jelčić and the award for the extraordinary acting achievement for the female role in the film Lost, directed by Bojan Radanović, on the croatian short film festival Kratki na brzinu.
ĐORĐE ARAMBAŠIĆ, director of the photography
photo: Maja Medić
Born in Sombor in 1975. From 1995. he started to exhibit his photographs. After several important awards, he enrolled on Faculty of dramatic arts in Belgrade 2001. Through his studies, he shot two short movies that got the awards in Cannes (Run rabbit, run 2003. and Minus 2006).
As DOP he worked on the movies: Catharsys or the afina tales of the lost world (feature, director Yassine Marco Marroccu, 2017), Blind passenger on the boat with the lunatics (TV movie, directed by Goran Marković, 2016), The black pin (feature, directed by Ivan Marinović, 2016, competition program Sarajevo film festival 2016), The faiths and conspiracies (TV series, directed by Ivan Živković and Žanko Tomić, 2016), Panama (feature, directed by Pavle Vučković, 2015, Official Selection of Cannes film festival 2015 – out of competition).
Some of his short movies was selected on Tribeca film festival (Warning labels, directed by Jennifer Morrison, 2014) and Clermont-Ferrand short film festival (Emergency exit, directed by Vladimir Tagić, 2015).
For his debut feature The disobedient (directed by Mina Đukić, 2014. – Sundance World Competition, Rotterdam, Gothenburg, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Sofia etc) he got the outstanding achievement in cinematography award on Scarborough film festival (Toronto) and Gold mimosa on Herceg Novi film festival (2014).