Nedzad Begovic has worked in animation, documentaries and television and has won numerous awards including the 'Best Short Film' in Belgrade (1991), 'Best Cartoon' in Belgrade (1985), and has received several special jury recognition awards from international festivals including Belgrade (1987), Stuttgart (1986), Tampere (1986) and Krakow (1985). In 1989, the Ministry of Culture for Bosnia and Herzegovina awarded him the title of Independent Artist. Totally Personal is his feature-film debut as a director.
Viza za buducnost (50x45´, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2002)
Sasvim licno/ Totally Personal (72´, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2004)
Crna hronika (220x40´, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2004)
Jasmina (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2009)
Jasmina (89', Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2010)
A Cell Phone Movie (63', Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2011)
Film mobitelom (Orig.) / 2011 / Bosnia and Herzegovina / 63 min
Film uses the aesthetics of cell phone cameras, which the director used after he was diagnosed with angina and his doctors recommended fast walking. He has transformed the 3,000 kilometers he walked over three years into a collage of playful, experimental, and lyric moments and family and social situations, all seen with a sense of tenderness and irony.