Women and Bleeding Disorders: Untold Stories

Directed by Goran Kapetanović

Inhibitor Stories

Directed by Goran Kapetanović

Haemophilia Stories

Directed by Goran Kapetanović

About Director Goran Kapetanović

Goran Kapetanović, born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 12 December 1974 is a Bosnian-Swedish writer, director and adjunct in film directing at Malmö Theater Academy.

Goran was trained at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts and has directed short films like Flykting 532 (2015), Kiruna-Kigali (2012), En familj (2004), Eko (2004) as well as features like Min Faster in Sarajevo (2016) and Krig (2017).

He has received over 20 International prizes from all over the world. For Kiruna-Kigali he won best short film at the Toronto Short Film Festival and shortlisted for the Academy Awards 2013. For Min Faster i Sarajevo Kapetanović received six nominations and won for best director at Guldbaggen in Sweden.[1][2]

In 2015, director Goran Kapetanovic developed a documentary titled ‘Haemophilia Stories’ depicting the daily lives of people with haemophilia in five European countries. The movie follows the lives of individuals of different generations and with different types of haemophilia living across Europe and shows us the great disparities that still remain in terms of access to treatment and health services.

The documentary and the individual stories of each character can be watched online on the Haemophilia Stories Website.  Here below you can find a brief overview of the personal stories of the people appearing in the documentary.

Cassius Lister

Story from the UK: Meet Cassius Lister

Story from Sweden: Meet Gert Grekow

Story from France: Meet Thimothée Weill

Story from Romania: Meet David Banu

Story from Bulgaria: Meet Bojan Bojanov

Story from Ireland: Meet Brian O'Mahony

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Goran Kapetanovic“. IMDb. Retrieved 8 April 2018.