Written by Žbanić, “Quo Vadis, Aida?” is about in 1995 Bosnia “in the course of the Serbian occupation of Srebrenica, declared to be a secure zone by the United Nations,” the supply particulars. Jasna Djuricic stars as Aida, a translator for the UN peacekeeping process power “accountable for a camp the place her husband and two sons are being held together with 1000’s of different Bosnian residents.”
Žbanić received the Berlinale’s Golden Bear for her first characteristic, “Grbavica: Land of my Desires.” The story of a mom and daughter making an attempt to outlive in war-torn Sarajevo additionally acquired AFI Fest’s Grand Jury Prize and picked up two European Movie Award nominations. “Love Island,” “For These Who Can Inform No Tales,” and “On the Path” are amongst her different different credit.
“Quo Vadis, Aida?” is Bosnia’s choose within the Worldwide Oscar class.
One other Worldwide Oscar hopeful just lately scored U.S. distribution, Kaouther Ben Hania’s Tunisian drama “The Man Who Bought His Pores and skin.”
Oscar nominations will likely be introduced March 15.