In July 1995 the Bosnian city Srebrenica became famous for a sad reason: During the Bosnian war, Serbian nationalists murdered more than 8.000 men and boys. The genocide of back then is still present now: The women miss their husbands, brothers, fathers and sons. The film SREBRENICA 360° shows how the survivors get on with their lives. There will be a discussion with director Renate Metzger-Breitenfellner after the screening.
Regie: Conny Kipfer, Renate Metzger-Breitenfellner
55min, Video, Farbe, OmU