A prologue to filmmaker Goran Kapetanović’s My Aunt in Sarajevo.
The unaccompanied refugee Sevko, 12, tries to cope with his new life in Sweden.
He is struggling between hope and despair, waiting for news from the war zone in Bosnia. Being bullied by the other young refugees, he decides to throw a party his own way.
Refugee 532 deals with the emotional and political fallout that occurs in the aftermath of war and conflict.
Goran Kapetanović, China Åhlander
Eiffel Mattsson, Cinema Film Sweden
Year of production:
Gosia Grzyb C.S.I., SKF
Festivals & awards
Uppsala International Short Film Festival 2015
Won Best Cinematography
Nominated Jury Award for the Best Short Narrative
Nominated Audience Award for the Best Picture
“With a sensitivity to darkness and light, and a sensous cinematography full of taste and smells, the audience is drawn into a story that is painfully relevant in the world today.”
– The Special Prize of the Jury to the Film with Best Cinematography –