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The best TV series Awarded with Hearts of Sarajevo at SFF

The award ceremony for the best achievements in the category of TV series at the 27th Sarajevo Film Festival was held tonight in the Hotel Holiday in Sarajevo.

For the Heart of Sarajevo awards for the TV series of 27th Sarajevo Film Festival 16 series were nominated. The award ceremony was hosted by actor and TV presenter Tarik Filipović.

Among the nominees for tonight’s award ceremony for the Heart of Sarajevo for TV series of the Sarajevo Film Festival were: Uroš Tomić, Bojan Vuletić, Matevž Luzar, Miodrag Sila, Albino Uršić, Jana Bjelica, Petar Petkovski, Kaja Šišmanović, Ivana Zečević, Jasna Đuričić, Mirjana Karanović, Jelena Miholjević, Olga Pakalović, Nika Rozman, Nada Šargin, Jovana Stojiljković, Feđa Štukan, Goran Bogdan, Sebastian Cavazza, Filip Đurić, Boris Isaković, Gordan Kičić, Nina Radulović Lečić, Anita Todorović, Marina Malević Ćurić, Boban Jevtić, Ivana Miković i Saša Hajduković.

16 series were nominated for the Hearts of Sarajevo awards for TV series: Group, Lake, South Wind, Mould, The Clan, Bones, Močvara (The Swamp), The Paper (Season 3), Family, Familijata Markovski (The Markovski Family), Shadows over Balkan, Tycoon, Black & White World (Season 4), The Diary of the Great Perica, Mom and Dad are Playing War and Golden Days. TV Series Awards are given in six categories: Best Drama Series, Best Comedy, Best Series Creator(s), Best Actress, Best Actor and Rising Star.

The winners of these awards were decided by a jury of 400 film and television professionals from ex-Yugoslavia, and the best achievements were selected by online voting based on similar world annual awards of film and television academies. This year’s jury is the nucleus of the professional academy, which will make decisions on the awards in the future.

Sarajevo Film Festival has established a new category of Heart of Sarajevo awards for TV series with the desire to promote the highest quality regional television series and their authors, actors and actresses, and to encourage their international placement.

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