15 December 1998 War did not kill movies and moviemaking in former Yugoslavia. Especially in Sarajevo, keeping culture alive was a way of fighting back. In 1993, Warner Bros. films were smuggled into the besieged Bosnian city through a tunnel connecting the airport with the city; two years later, the first Sarajevo Film Festival was […]

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