Documentary “The Unforgiven” of Danish director Lars Feldbale Petersen. Esad Lando has been trying to reconcile with his war-past for years. A war criminal is returning to BiH to meet with a friend, a former guard of the camp, his victims and his family.
Language: Bosnian, English, Danish
Adis Hukanović describes war crimes committed in the territory of Prijedor municipality in 1992. Places of suffering, places of exhumation and places of detention became places of recollection, creating a commemorative culture of remembrance.
The project “Mapping of camps / detention sites” aims to document the existence of the camps, the number and names of the killed detainees and the torture employed in the camps and other places of detention by using empirical research, in cooperation with former detainees and associations of inmates and by the use of court-established facts.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
The Center for Civic Education from Podgorica created the publication “The Process of Dealing with the Past in Montenegro – Morinj Case” with the aim of respecting the principles of dealing with the past with complete transparency in front of the audience. Therefore, this publication provides a review of the trial and of the integral authentic material that arose before the courts in Montenegro in the case of the prison camp “Morinj” for help in the analysis of the history of the past.
Radović’s work is the first part of the Monograph “Torture in War, Consequences and Rehabilitation: Yugoslav Experience” and gives a brief overview of the political context of the last stage of the breakup of Yugoslavia. The specifics of Yugoslav wars are described: ethnic cleansing, improvised camps and detention sites, as well as the significant role of paramilitary formations. The work is significant, among other things, because of the author’s attempt to make a list of camps throughout the territory of the former Yugoslavia and a general victim assessment on all battlefields.
The former fuel store of the Yugoslav People’s Army in the village of Dretelj near Capljina in the spring of 1992 was turned into a camp. For three years, in this warehouse, in rough and inhuman conditions, about three thousand people were held. For the suffering they survived, to date three people have been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
A film about the prison located in the Split war port of Lora, through which from 1992 to 1996 passed more than 1,000 inmates from Split, Dalmatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also from the former Yugoslavia. The film brings stories of former prisoners, but also of generals, former head of the Split police, lawyers and journalists who testify about the then political situation in Split and Croatia.
Video material was created based on the conference organized by the Fund for Humanitarian Law of Serbia in Belgrade on February 24, 2007. on the occasion of the memory of the victims of the Celebici camp near Konjic in 1992. The camp was formed by Muslim (Bosniak) and Croat forces in mid-May 1992, and the Serb population from the Konjic region was detained in it. The film used original footage from the camp, testimonies of former detainees of the camps who participated in the conference, as well as parts of the trial and of the verdict of the command staff. The documentary is produced by XY Sarajevo, 2007
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, English