Time Does Its Thing. Are You Doing Your Thing, Man?
“It was the winter of 1996. The month of March. It was cold, very cold.”
He Tried to Strangle Me… I Bought a One-way Ticket Out
Violence against women in BiH is a problem that is still not being sufficiently discussed and victims of violence most often choose to remain silent due to a variety of societal, religious or material factors.
We Didn’t Have Much, but We Were Surrounded by Good People
There are those who change the course of our lives forever. Those rare individuals who better your life, or even save it. Ordinary heroes. This is the story of a family of ordinary heroes who embraced my family and me in a time of need, and who love us for who we are despite the differences that may exist between us.
Confession: The Look of Contempt
“His gaze was full of contempt, but his words tried to convince me that he could not live without me. He insisted it was the only way."
Center for Nonviolent Action: Fighting a War of Memories
Daily life in Sarajevo is vastly different today than it was in the midst of the siege but whilst the city and the region now operate in relative peace, there are still people that remain deeply affected by the conflicts of the 1990s.
Kirsten Johnson: The Person Behind the Camera
Kirsten Johnson’s Cameraperson is a highly personal take on her experiences of shooting various documentaries around the world.