{{ mainName }}

{{ newsTitle }} {{ newsVisible ? '✦' : '✧'}}

    • New Talents Open Call
      Eastern Neighbours Film Festival (ENFF) began in The Netherlands in 2008 with the idea to offer Dutch and international audiences a unique glimpse into the cinema of their neighbors from Eastern and Southern Europe. This annual event presents the most recent, exciting, and thought‐provoking films, from countries with small, but often powerful film industries, that… Read more: New Talents Open Call
    • ENFF 2023 On Demand!
      Unable To attend the festival in person? No problem! From November 27th to December 3rd, we’re thrilled to bring you a curated selection of this year’s films available for online viewing! Catch our captivating Opening Film Ivan’s Land, or the touching Closing Film Seventh Heaven. Or explore a collection of shorts from the New Talents Competition! Follow along… Read more: ENFF 2023 On Demand!
    • What’s up in Slovak Cinema? A conversation with Monika Lostakova
      We talked with Monika Lošťáková about contemporary Slovak cinema.
    • ENFF and the Eastern European Film Festival Network!
      The Eastern European Film Festival Network brings together five film festivals dedicated to promoting and showcasing Eastern European cinema, alongside one partner organisation.
    • Masterclasses
      Through these masterclasses we approach two memory in film from different angles: memories from a personal or collective recollection through archive material.
    • Work in Progress
      In Work in Progress, emerging filmmakers and artists will present their works in development to the audience and engage in discussions with Dutch experts.
    • Festival Timetable Available!
    • Check out the catalogue for our 2023 edition!
    • Music at ENFF
      Every year, ENFF brings special musical guests who bring beauty to the program and further represent the rich cultures of their countries to a Dutch audience.
    • Film Marathon
      Join us for the Film Marathon, a new concept in which we merge two components, Short Films, Big Stories, and New Talents Competition into a whole-day screening of short films!


A fascinating story about Indexi, a legendary band from Sarajevo, that left an indelible mark on the Ex-YU rock and roll scene, told by its former members and collaborators.


Indexi’s long career started in 1962 in Sarajevo where a group of young men formed a band that remained to exist up until the death of the singer, Davorin Popovic, in 2001. Indexi were one of the first bands to bring rock and roll music to Sarajevo, first playing covers of The Shadows and The Beatles, and later writing their own material and finding their own, progressive rock sound. The band produced some of the most iconic songs that are still sung by generations of ex-Yugoslavs. Their unique sound is admired by many old and new musicians alike. The film follows the highs and the lows of their career and takes the viewer back in time to when Sarajevo was an important rock and roll centre in Yugoslavia.

Bosnia and Herzegovina | 2020 | 107 min

DIRECTOR: Zoran Kubura, Bojan Hadziabdic

PRODUCTION: Admir Dulancic, Dinno Kassalo

CAST: Goran Bregovic, Josipa Lisac, Davorin Popovic, Fadil Redzic, Djordje Uzelac

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Zoran Kubura, Bojan Hadziabdic

EDITING: Bojan Hadziabdic

SOUND: Adnan Musanovic


SCREENING: Thursday 24.11. / 13:15h / Zaal 3 & Saturday 26.11. / 12:15h / Zaal 2

Festivals & Awards (selection)

Dok ‘N’ Ritam, Serbia 2020 – Grand Prix, Audience Award | DokuMfest, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2020 – Grand Prix | DORF, Croatia 2021 – Grand Prix | Sarajevo Film Festival, 2021 

Director’s statement

I think we managed to make an honest film. We tried to follow the chronology, because we thought that was the only right way to show their 39 year-long career, endless member rotations, and a relatively small discography. I hope we managed to disentangle this complicated career and to tell the story from beginning to end.

Directors’ bios

Zoran Kubura (Sarajevo, 1982)
BH journalist and documentary filmmaker. He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in 2006 with a documentary ‘Primitivism at First Sight’, which represented his admission ticket to the world of television. Since 2007, he has been working as a journalist, editor and producer at the Documentary Programme Department of BHT1. He has made dozens of feature stories and documentaries for television. He usually works in a creative team with Bojan Hadžiabdić, his regular screenwriting, directing and shooting co-author.

Bojan Hadziabdic (Sarajevo, 1982)
Video-journalist, editor and producer at the Department of Documentary-Contemporary Programme of BHT1. He graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo in 2007. He shoots, cuts and edits documentaries, shows and feature stories. He commonly works with his colleague, Zoran Kubura. The two of them have made dozens of titles together.