Bosnia's nominee for the Academy Awards, 'Quo Vadis, Aida?', by Bosnian director Jasmila Zbanic, tops the list of the New York Times poll on Oscar contenders the public can vote for.
So far 12,900 people voted in the foreign film category, with 93 percent of them having chosen “Quo Vadis, Aida?”
The plot revolves around Aida, a translator working for the UN in the protected safe zone of Srebrenica on the eve of the July 1995 genocide.
The rest voted for Danish “Another Round,” Hong Kong’s “Better Days,” Romanian “Collective” and Tunisian “The Man Who Sold His Skin.”
The Academy Awards ceremony will be held on April 26 in Los Angeles and will be aired on ABC television as well in 225 countries around the world.