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Sarajevo Film Festival #3: Looking For Horses with Stefan Pavlović

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For our third episode dedicated to the 27th edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival, we feature a conversation with Stefan Pavlović whose film, LOOKING FOR HORSES, took home the Special Jury Prize in the documentary competition.Looking for Horses is Stefan’s first feature-length film and the result of his graduate studies at the Netherlands Film Academy in Artistic Research in and through Cinema titled, From Filming Intimacy to Filming Intimately, where he investigates how the cinema apparatus can overcome the limits of verbal language and how the camera can be a tool to practice intimacy with and through.Looking For Horses chronicles a growing friendship between the filmmaker who struggles to communicate in his mother tongue due to a heavy stutter, and Zdravko, a fisherman he meets who lost most of his hearing during the Bosnian Civil War.  Despite their speech and hearing limitations, a bond develops between the two as they forge a common language between them.  Facilitating the conversation is Docs in Orbit co-curator Kopal Joshy. Kopal is an Indian filmmaker and cinematographer who is currently in the process of expanding her thesis film from her MA studies in DocNomads into a feature film. In her film, Joshy chronicles her encounters with a man that lives in solitude by a lake in Portugal and engages in similar questions about filmmaking as an intimate act of sharing between two people.