Arts & Education Council

Independent Film Series

 

March 15 - 21
NO MAN'S LAND
Director: Danis Tanovic
NO MAN'S LAND 
Director: Danis Tanovic 
Bosnian with English Subtitles 
No Man's Land was voted Best Foreign Language Film by the Golden Globes, has won the same award from the Los Angeles Film Critics, and will most likely be nominated come Oscar time. Described as a "French-Belgian-Italian-Slovenian co-production," this film considers what it would be like to have two Bosnia soldiers trapped circumstantially with a Serb adversary. To add to the absurdity, one of the soldiers is lying on top of a land mine that will explode if he moves. Called "curiously beautiful," "scathing," and "fierce, funny and finally devastating", director Damis Tanovic's script also won Best Screenplay at Cannes this past summer. "You won't forget No Man's Land - it stings."

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