Bosnia and Herzegovina
Song remains the same is a film about Bosnia and Herzegovina. One character is a hundred years old citizen of Bosna, Hmadibeg Sahinpasic, almost blind collector of Bosnian national treasure (songs called Sevdalinka). Second character is inhabitant of Herzegovina, Mustafa Sose, machine engineer and former camp-prisoner who after his release from concentration camp has started to make creative works with silver thread. Third character is Bosnian woman from Srebrenica who has became dumb in the moment she lost her family.
Death in Sarajevo
Writers and intellectuals constitute the conscience of the world, says Haris Prolic. In DEATH IN SARAJEVO, we see how Susan Sontag, Bernard-Henri Lévy and many other artists go to Sarajevo to express their aversion to the war violence. Guided by Dante's circles of hell, this film takes a close look at the conflict in former Yugoslavia. The various 'circles' that make up the film are represented by the concentration camps, the families driven apart, the war criminals and the front lines.