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Maldita. A Love Song to Sarajevo

God is love. His homeland is the Earth. His genre? Human. In Maldita, a love song to Sarajevo, Bozo Vreco, the most revolutionary artist of the Balcans, sings to life, to overcoming obstacles, and the love story of two cities, Sarajevo and Barcelona. They both knew how to find themselves in difficult times to never day goodbye.

Direction: Amaia Remirez, Raúl de la Fuente
Production: Ivan Zahínos, Amaia Remírez
Cast: Bozo Vreco, Clara Peya
Script: Amaia Remírez
Cinematography: Raúl de la Fuente Calle
Edition: Raúl de la Fuente Calle
Sound: Inma Carrasco
Music: Clara Peya
Language: Español
Subtitles: Inglés, Catalán
Autonomous Region: navarra, euskadi
Location: Bosnia y Herzegovina, Cataluña
Country: España
Production year: 2022
Genre: Documental
Duration: 27 min.
Age: No selected
Status: Finalizado


Amaia Remirez

Pamplona, ​​1982. After studying at Ikastola Hegoalde and IES Biurdana, he graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Navarra. After working in the production of TV shows and series for numerous companies, she joined Kanaki Films in 2009 to head the executive production of Un día más con vida (2018), animated feature film and real image. She produced and co-wrote the documentary Minerita, winner of the Goya for best documentary short film in 2014. Likewise, the first short film co-written and produced by Amaia, Virgen Negra, was nominated for a Goya in 2012.


Raúl de la Fuente

Raúl de la Fuente Calle

Pamplona, 1974. His feature film Un día más con vida, released in the Official Selection at Cannes, received the European Film Award for Best European Animated Feature Film 2018, and Goya and Platinum Awards 2019 in the same category, in addition to the Audience Award at SIFF 2018. He has made about twenty short films, many of them for Salesian Missions. In his career Minerita, Goya Best Documentary Short Film 2014 and semi-finalist for La fiebre del oro, Virgen Negra and El infierno, the latter nominated for Goya.


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