Many of the artists and intellectuals who remained in Sarajevo over the past four years were silenced by the war, and produced little creative work. Semezdin Mehmedinovic, a writer and filmmaker who was at the center of the city’s wartime cultural community, was an exception. He chronicled life under siege and strove to keep Sarajevo’s […]

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