A 5 days full-immersion Masterclass with Ziyah Gafic, author of the project Quest for Identity and TED fellow, and Paul Lowe, Course director for MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication. DIGITAL STORYTELLING. In the digital age everyone is photographer. Everyone has access to the equipment that is vastly superior to what […]
Tag Archives | Bosnia And Herzegovina
Once crossed the border, you can breathe a sense of suspense; on one hand the buildings marked by swarms of shrapnel from mortars and grenades, on the other, the silence of the minefields on the border with Croatia.
A journey into the memory of Bosnia. Everyday stories of Muslim families, otherwise marked by the war. A continuous voyage of self-awareness amidst the horror of the Srebrenica genocide and the memory of an ethnic cleansing that goes beyond time.
Rape as a weapon of war. Between 1992 and 1995, during the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina, abuses by soldiers were not just a “side effect” of the conflict. Bosnia’s war was also fought on the body of women and girls: a lot of violence and rapes, in fact, were explicitly ordered by the officers as part […]
otherLand takes place in two countrys, Bosnia and Georgia. This winter, I went to those places searching how to say something about the relation mother-daughter. Specially when it is violent, and most of all, when there is no relation at all anymore.
ast Bosnia, 2009. This story is about raising awareness among people about the second generation of the Bosnian Muslim population in eastern Bosnia, which has experienced war crimes during the war in Bosnia (1992-1995). Eastern Bosnia is now the space of sadness and unpleasant memories, a living area of nationalism and cheap emotional manipulation, that the […]
2010 was the fifteenth anniversary of the fall of Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia. Between 11 and 15 July 1995 the Bosnian Serb army has committed one of the most heinous crimes of the Balkan war. More than 8,372 Bosnian Muslim men were massacred, then buried in mass graves. Sometimes, to make it more difficult to find […]