18 films Found
The previously war-torn nation of Kosovo is taking part in the Olympics under their only flag for only the second time. Previous gold judo winner Majlinda Kelmendi hoped to bring back her second medal.
To whom does Kosovo belong? Albanians and Serbs have been fighting for supremacy over the area for centuries. The ethnic border runs along the river in Mitrovica, with Albanians living in the south and Serbs in the north. NATO soldiers keep both sides apart.
As Kosovo moves closer to independence, concern is growing about the Serb reaction. In the Serbian enclave of Gracanica, plans for Kosovan independence are viewed with horror.
This film provides recent footage of the Kosovo region juxtaposed with archive footage of the conflict. It also features interviews with families that were left scarred by the war.
The UN struggles to reconcile former enemies in the aftermath of the war in Kosovo.
The Ashkali are accused of collaborating with the Serbs during the ethnic cleansing, disposing of bodies after massacres. Today, following bomb attacks against them, Ashkali children go to school with a KFOR escort.
In 2000, there were still five revenge killings a week in the province. This film asks whether a peaceful co-existence between the two peoples is still really possible.
A year after the conflict ended, had there been any progress towards reconciliation between the Serbs and ethnic Albanians?