No Man's Land

Film on war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, set in the year of 1993. Three main characters - soldiers - are stranded in No Man's Land, a trench between enemy lines. In the dramatic moments of tolerance and hatred they try to find a way out of the situation. Then peacekeeping forces and journalist come into picture ...


directed by                     Danis Tanović
screenplay by                 Danis Tanović
cast                                 Branko Djurić, Filip Šovagović, Rene Bitorajac, George Siatidis, Serge Henri Valcke,                                        Sascha Kremer, Alain Eloy,  Mustafa Nadarević, Bogdan Diklić, Kathrin Cartlidge ...
director of photography  Walther van den Ende
editor                               Francesca Callveli
music                               Danis Tanović
sound designer               Michael Billingsley
art director                      Dušan Milavec
costume designer           Zvonka Makuc
make-up artist                Tina Šubic Dodočić
producers                       Čedomir Kolar, Marc Baschet, Frédérique Dumas-Zajdela, Dunja Klemenc,
                                       Igor Pediček, Judy Counihan, Marion Hänsel, Marco Mueller, Cat Villiers

production companies    Studio Maj, Casablanca (Slovenia), Noe Productions (France), Man's Films (Belgium),                                        Judy Couniham Films Ltd. (UK), Fabrica S.p.A. (Italy)


ACADEMY AWARD 2002 (best foreign language film). EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS 2001 (screenplay). CANNES 2001 (screenplay). ROTTERDAM 2002 (audience award). COTTBUS 2001 (audience award, first work award of the student jury). CESAR 2001 (best first work fiction). GOLDEN GLOBE 2002 (best foreign language film). SAN SEBASTIAN 2001 (audience award). SARAJEVO 2001 (audience award, best debut film). MOTOVUN 2001 (FIPRESCI award). PALIĆ 2001 (audience and jury award). AFI 2001 (grand jury prize - special mention, audience award). BROTHERS MANAKI 2001 (bronze camera). EUROPEAN UNION MEDIA PRIZE 2002. BEIRUT 2001 (audience award). SAO PAOLO 2001 (audience award). HIGH FALLS 2001 (audience award). GOLDEN SATELLITE AWARD 2002 (best foreign language film). TEHERAN 2001 (best foreign language film).