Screening: Uspomene 677

Screening May 11, 2012 7:00 PM

A documentary that looks at the 677 concentration camps, rape houses and prisons set up during the Bosnian war and their legacy today in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Three camp survivors and three teenagers born after the war share their memories and hopes for a better future.

Two decades after the war tension remains high and the threat of violence is still present. Can a younger generation of Bosnians, Serbs, Croats and Muslims overcome their past and find a way of living peacefully together?

Director Mirko Pincelli addresses the complexity of post conflict society, where everyday life exists somewhere between past and present.

Directed by: Mirko Pincelli

Produced by: Enrico Tessarin and Velma Saric

Year: 2011

Duration: 88’