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What Do I Know
- Sejla Kameric, Timur Makarevic
Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia
Venice IFF - Official Selection
In and around a house love stories intertwine. One love story leads to another. The ghosts of love are left behind to seek the answers to the same question: 'What do I know about love?' The story was written as a memento to other people's loves that I have not witnessed. The house in the story is real. All characters are played by children (aged 8 to 14)
- Dilka Buljina
- Nermina Buljina
- Ana Luna Vranic Dzeba
- Šejla Kamerić
- Sanja Džeba
- Timur Makarević
- Dušan Vranić
Art is not a goal, but a means of self-identification
Šejla Kamerić is a Bosnian artist specialized in video art, films, art installations, and book design. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, at the Department of Graphic Design and works on concepts such as adapting Balkan society to capitalism and the process of creation and disintegration of national identities, often telling stories from her own experience as someone who has experienced war in the Balkans. She collaborates with other prestigious artists such as Anri Sala and has been invited to present her project for her first feature at CPH:FORUM. Her first short film, WHAT DO I KNOW, premiered at the 64th Venice Film Festival and circulated over 40 film festivals. Her latest film, 1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED, premiered at Manchester International Festival. Her works have been exhibited throughout Europe, in the USA and in Japan and have been included in some prestigious European collections. KAMERIC received the ECF Routes Princess Margriet Award for Cultural Diversity in 2011. The project AUNTS (in collaboration with Mirjana Karanović, Andrea Štaka and Kim Longinotto) is taking part in Pitching du Réel 2018.
Timur Makarevic was born in 1976 in Jajce (B&H). Finished secondary art school and started studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. Left studies after the war and started working at the Soros Centre for Contemporary Arts (SCCA) in Sarajevo, and still works there. Has had additional education in France and Italy. Has made several short films, art videos and many music videos. His documentary MODERN BOSNIA won the Best Student Film award in Belgrade in 2001.