Jury for Feature and Short Feature Films


Markus Schleinzer, Director of Michael last year's winner of Golden Pram for Best Feature Film
Maurizio BraucciScreenwriter
Jovan Marjanović, Producer, Head of Industry at Sarajevo Film Festival

Markus Schleinzer
 was born in Vienna in 1971 and worked as a casting director from 1994 to 2010. During this time he participated in over 60 feature-film projects, including Jessica Hausner’s Lovely Rita, Hotel and Lourdes, Ulrich Seidl’s Dog Days, Benjamin Heisenberg’s Sleeper and The Robber, Shirin Neshat’s Women Without Men, and Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher, Time of the Wolf and The White Ribbon for which he also cast the children, coached them and worked out their scenes with them. Schleinzer also works as an actor and has recently finished two movies; The Boundary Man starring Klaus Maria Brandauer, directed by Antonin Svoboda, and Wandelsterne starring André Wilms and directed by Benjamin Heisenberg, the second collaboration after The Robber, which was shot in 2008. In 2011 Michael his debut as director and screenwriter was selected for Cannes Film Festival´s main competition and was awarded on several festivals including Golden Pram award for best feature film at 2011 Zagreb Film Festival.

Markus Schleinzer

Maurizio Braucci,
 born in Naples in 1966, is an italian novelist and screenwriter. His first novel Il mare guasto is transalated in French as La mer detraquee (2000). As screenwriter he wrote for Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah, 2008, Reality, 2012), Abel Ferrara (Napoli Napoli Napoli, 2009) Leonardo di Costanzo (L’intervallo, 2012) Giuseppe Gagliardi (Tatanka, 2010) and others. With Gomorrah he won awards at EFA 2008, Chicago International Film Festival 2008, and David di Donatello 2009 as best screenwriter. He lives in Naples where he promotes social projects for young people living in underprivileged conditions.


Maurizio Braucci



Jovan Marjanović has been involved in Sarajevo Film Festival since 1999, as a technician and a program coordinator, from 2003 till 2007 he has been the Executive Manager of CineLink Co-production Market and is now on the Festivals Board as the Head of Industry. He has produced a number of award winning documentaries, short and feature films and is serving as the National Representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Eurimages since 2006 and a Member of the Board of Management of the Film Fund Sarajevo. Jovan is also one of the advisors to the Torino Film Lab, a film fund tied to the Torino Film Festival. In 2008 he earned his MSc in film business at Cass Business School in London, UK and is now teaching production at the Academy of Performing Arts of the University of Sarajevo.


Jovan Marjanović