Displaced II

The war in Kosovo saw intense ethnic hatred and mass killings and produced great numbers of refugees. In 1999 NATO intervened, ending the war through bombing raids. However, did the military intervention actually bring relief to the civilian populations in the end? This program focuses on these civilians whose wounds from ethnic hatred have not healed, and it listens to their voices six years after the bombings.
Bronze World Medal
National/International Affairs
New York Festivals 2007