Croatia, 2015, 13’

directed by: Jure Pavlović

written by: Džejna Avdić, Jure Pavlović

cast: Emir Mušić, Aleksandar Seksan, Senad Alihodžić

cinematography: Almmir Fakić

edited by: Dragan Von Petrovic

producers: Luka Venturin, Jure Pavlović

production: Sekvenca Production

festivals and awards: 

Croatian Film Days 2015 – Grand Prix for Best Film, Best Actor Award; Berlinale 2015. – Competition Program Generation 14plus; Sarajevo Film Festival 2015.; Flickers Rhode Island FF 2015 – Best Short Film (RIIFF’s Official Academy Nomination)


The streets of Sarajevo are crowded. Accompanied by a social service worker, 15-year-old Emir goes to visit his father Safet (52), who is serving time in a minimum security prison on Igman Mountain above the city. Traffic is bumer to bumper and they are late.  

Jure Pavlović was born in 1985. His short films Half An Hour For Grandma and Umbrella were shown at more than 50 festivals, winning numerous awards. His third film Picnic premiered in Berlin and won Grand Prix for Best Film and Best Actor Award (Emir Mušić, Aleksandar Seksan) at Croatian Film Days.