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Međunarodni festival dokumentarnog filma BELDOCS u CZKD-u

International Documentary Film Festival BELDOCS in CZKD
sunday, 8.may 2011.
18:00, CZKD

18:00 Mila Looks for Senida, Robert Tomić Zuber, Croatia/Bosnia and Herzegovina/Serbia/Slovenia, 2010, 83’

A thrilling quest of a war orphan in search of her real identity.

The girl who went missing during the war in Bosnia was declared dead, but she continued living under a different name in Beldrade. Now she returns to find her family. Senida Bećirović went missing as a baby in May of 1992, when her home in Carpade, Bosnia and Herzegovina, was attacked by Serbian military. Fifty townspeople, including her mother and her older sister, went missing or were killed. For sixteen years everybody believed that Senida, who was then 9 months old, had the same destiny. Her name was even put on the monument built for the killed and the missing. However, her story continued in the home of the wealthy family Janković from Belgrade. They adopted Senida and changed her name into Mila. When she was 16, Mila started the search for her biological family, her mother and father. But nothing was as she expected…


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19:30 Munira, Rudi Uran, Slovenia, 2011, 55'

The resilience and activism of the frontwoman of the families of victims in Srebrenica.

The film portrait of Munira Subašić is a unique film story about a remarkable Bosnian woman. Her modest everyday life, filled with love, was changed over the night and it leads her to a new, unknown world where, despite all obstacles, she finds her way. Munira Subašić symbolizes ten thousand women who survived the genocide in Srebrenica, as well as other bosnian women. The war took her away into the world, unprepared and unexpectedly. Searchig for truth and justice, with an honest desire and firm will, without any fear or doubts, she became First Lady of the Balkans and a moral authority; a spontaneously chosen leader of thousands of people. Bosnian woman, a housewife, became a diplomat, president and a representative. Cooking was replaced with meetings and common people with world famous diplomats, presidents, ambassadors and prime ministers. What happens when life takes control over a man? What happens when ’’the small and insignificant“ find themselves amoung ’’the big and important“? What happens when Bosinan stubborness awakes in a Bosnian womain? The film offers answers to these and many other questions. It presents Munira Subašić and the secrets of her life.


20:30 Crime and documentary film

The ocassion for this discussion will be the documentary films “Mila Looks for Senida“, a moving search of an adopted girl for her identity which she lost during the war in the 1990s, and “Munira” which brings the story of persistence and activism of Munira Subašić, the spokeswoman for the victims in Srebrenica. Among other there will be talks about the role of documentary films in the society and the amount to which this genre can influence the public opinion. 

Participants:

Munira Subašić, president of the movement Mothers from the enclaves of Srebrenica and Žepa

Rob Lemkin, author of the film “Enemies of the People”     

Robert Tomić Zuber, author of the film“Mila traži Senidu”

Moderator: Maja Vasić-Nikolić


Daily ticket price for film screenings is 100 RSD, and entry to discussions after the films is free

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