Documentary by Nermin HamzagićSulejman Omerbašić

Soul Train

During five days rappers Frankie and Kontra, DJ Soul and music producer Billain traveled more than 500 kilometers, visiting Tuzla, Banja Luka, Zenica, Sarajevo, Mostar and Konjic, meeting musicians from Bosnia and Herzegovina. In road studio they recorded sounds and created new songs.

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  • Director: Nermin Hamzagić
  • Screenplay: Nermin Hamzagić
  • Director of Photography: Amel Đikoli
  • Producer: Amra Bakšić Čamo
  • Executive Producer: Adnan Pavlović
  • Scenography/Costume: Emina Kujundžić
  • Editor: Redžinald Šimek
  • Music: Billain
  • Sound Designer / Mixer: Alan Omerović
  • Production: SCCA/, Red Bull Media House


NERMIN HAMZAGIĆ was born in 1986 in Sarajevo. He graduated directing from Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts, where he works as a teaching Assistant. He is working as theater and film director. He directed his debue feature film FULL MOON in 2019. He established MESS Market, regional platform for theater production as a part of International Theater Festival MESS. He is Association of Filmmakers Board member since 2020. He received numerous awards for his theater plays and films among with: Ecumenical Jury Award at Cottbus Film Festival for FULL MOON; Special Jury Mentions at Auteur Film Festival and 1st International Festival Bosnia-Herzegovina looks around Bottrop for INTERVIEW and Special Jury Award at Sarajevo Film Festival and Best Short Film Award at BH Film Festival in New York for DAMAGED GOODS. 

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