Director Goran Rusinovic flanked by winning actors Leon Lucev (l) and Slavko Stimac
A Croatian film about two men from opposing sides in the Bosnian conflict has scooped the main prizes at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
Buic Riviera gained honours for director Goran Rusinovic as well as best actor awards for stars Leon Lucev and Slavko Stimac.
The film tells the story of a Bosnian Muslim and Bosnian Croat man who meet on a deserted US road.
Actor Kevin Spacey attended the city's 14th festival.
The best actress award was won by Turaaa's Ayca Damagaci for her role in My Marlon and Brando a film by fellow Turk Huseyin Karabey.
The event the biggest of its kind in the Balkans also attracted competition from Slovenia Serbia Hungary and Austria with 10 films contesting the main prize.
A total of 174 films and documentaries were screened during the festival which began on 15 August.
Rusinovic said it was "a great honour for both the crew and festival itself" to win the Heart of Sarajevo awards. The movie sees its two protagonists forced to spend 24 hours in each other's company in which mutual accusations are dredged up from the Bosnian conflict. The best film award also carried a prize of 25000 Euros (£19950).