Category Archives: Balcans

Colonel Kurtz in Sarajevo

The motivation felt by war reporters may sound noble and altruistic – the world must know what is happening, politicians must be driven to action, etc. – but their true motives are often extremely idiosyncratic. A French female reporter for … Continue reading

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The Enemy: Dejan Zečević in CANNES

Bosnia, 1995, the seventh day of peace: an engineering unit is removing mines from the border between the two sides who until recently, were at war. Each of the soldiers is burdened by experiences from the frontline; each is facing … Continue reading

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CINEMA KOMUNISTO – INTERVIEW WITH SERBIAN DIRECTOR MILA TURAJLIC

A THRILLING DOCUMENTARY BY MILA TURAJLIC http://www.cinemakomunisto.com/trailer/   January 29th Cinema Komunisto, the impressive documentary of young Serbian director Mila Turajlic , will premiere in Belgrade. At the latest edition of the IDFA festival in Amsterdam, the movie was shown … Continue reading

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DE ZEEMEEUW VAN TITO – Het vlaggenschip van de laatste leider van De Derde Weg

Tijdens Tito’s leven bood de Galeb plaats aan ontmoetingen en conferenties. Nu ligt het voormalige vlaggenschip van de Joegoslavische marine te roesten aan een afgelegen kade op een scheepswerf in Rijeka. Van het luxe, luisterrijke jacht van maarschalk Josip Broz … Continue reading

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