Busovača, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bahrudin Srebrenica is a Bosnian filmmaker, born 02 of July 1990 in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. www.bahrudinsrebrenica.com He is doing Master of Arts in Creative Media - writing the thesis on the dramatization of the real in film and media at the School of Arts and Communication - Malmö University He holds another degree in Master of Science in Criminology - thesis was written on self-identity and aggression Faculty for Behavioural Sciences - Malmö University He wrote and directed multiple plays and short films, started multiple projects in the domain of culture in Bosnia-Herzegovina and abroad. He worked on projects where cinemas were made available for children in Colombian favelas. His play Tillflykt performed at the West Pride festival in Göteborg. He created the first Bosnian art forum in collaboration with the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is the founder of Bus Film Lab, a film lab in his hometown of Busovača, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Bahrudin is developing his first 5 parts feature documentary 'Would be the best to run now' on the abortion of Roma girls in Bosnia, and his fiction feature 'KOS' based on his friend's real events from a Bosnian genocide.