A hundred years have passed since the first bullets were fired near the Latin Bridge. The century-long period saw numerous pits and canyons—and unmarked graves. In them, hundreds of thousands are “resting in peace”. They have names of mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, and brothers—but still, they remain unknown.
Fiorenzo Polito speaks with Mirko Pincelli, Co-Founder of London-based production company PINCH Media, about his recent work in Bosnia-Herzegovina.