Do you remember Sarajevo?
Film screening 11.09.12, 7 pm
The Bosnian director and producer Jasmila Žbanić (*1974 in Sarajevo) is a member of the first generation of filmmakers who, following the end of the Bosnian War (1992-1995), grappled to come to terms with the events through film. Her documentary "Images from the Corner" (2003) is part of the exhibition Image Counter Image.
With her fist feature film, "Esma‘s Secret– Grbavica" Jasmila Žbanić won the Golden Bear at the 2006 Berlinale. At the Munich Film Festival in 2010, her feature film “Na Putu – Between Us and Paradise” was awarded the Bernhard Wicki Filmpreis, the peace prize of German film.
On this evening, Žbanić presented a film she produced with her film company, DEBLOKADA. "Do You Remember Sarajevo?" (2002, 52 Min.) consists exclusively of found footage taken by the residents of Sarajevo during the nearly four-year-long siege of the city. The film recounts the residents’ daily life in a state of emergency. The screening was followed by a discussion with Patrizia Dander and Julienne Lorz, curators of the exhibition "Image Counter Image", and Jasmila Zbanic.
Discussion in English
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