Sejla Kameric has received widespread acclaim for her poignant intimacy and social commentary. Her first short film What do I Know, premiered in Corto Cortissimo section of 64th Venice International Film Festival and circulated over 40 film festivals winning Golden Pram for the Best Short Film awards at 5th Zagreb Film Festival and 15th Adana Film Festival. Her latest feature length film 1395 Days without Red, co-authored with Anri Sala was screened at numerous festivals, galleries and museums, including Sarajevo Film Festival, Istanbul Modern and MACBA.
Born in Thailand in 1976, Anocha Suwichakornpong, also known as Mai, graduated from an MFA film program at Columbia University, New York, where she was a recipient of a Hollywood Foreign Press Association Fellowship. That same year, Anocha attended the Berlinale Talent Campus. Her feature-length script, The White Room, was among the fifteen scripts chosen to participate in their Script Clinic. Anochas thesis, Graceland became the first Thai short film to be included in the Official Selection at Cannes Film Festival (Cinéfondation). Anochas first feature "Mundane History" (Jao Nok Krajok) received the Hubert Bals Fund from International Film Festival Rotterdam as well as the post-production support from Asian Cinema Fund (ACF), Pusan International Film Festival. The film has won six international film awards and been screened at more than forty film festivals including Rotterdam (Best Film Tiger Award), Transilvania, Romania (Grand Prix), Era New Horizons, Poland (Grand Prix), Mumbai (Best Director). Mundane History was released in Thailand in 2010. Anocha, along with her friend, established Electric Eel Films, a production house based in Bangkok. She has produced numerous short films and features, including Wichanon Somumjarns first feature, In April the Following Year, There Was a Fire, and Lee Chatametikools first feature, Concrete Clouds, currently in post-production.
Fragments is a collaboration between Sejla Kameric, a visual artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Anocha Suwichakornpong, a filmmaker from Thailand. The film will comprise a series of fragments, with each fragments narrative seemingly disconnected to one another. Some fragments will be short, lasting under a minute in duration, while some will be much longer. Some fragments will also be repeated, sometimes (but not always) with a slight variation. It is through these images, the sounds, and the rhythm, that the viewer is invited to connect their own memories to these fragments and (re)form the new narrative. THE FILM WILL BE RELEASED IN 2015.