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27.06.2017
Raznovrstan program 4. WARM Festivala: Izložbe, filmske projekcije i tematske konferencijePiše: El. B. / Klix.ba27.6.2017. u 13:09U organizaciji WARM Fondacije u Sarajevu će od 28. juna do 2. jula biti održan četvrti WARM Festival koji će okupiti...
15.06.2017
15.06.2017. | 11:45Četvrto izdanje WARM Festivala u SarajevuČetvrto izdanje WARM Festivala održat će se u Sarajevu u organizaciji WARM Fondacije od 28. juna do 02. jula 2017. godine. Festival će na jednom mjestu okupiti reportere koji su...
30.11.2016
Shoot! Filming a War In the documentary directed by Jean-Baptiste Thoret, “Shoot! Filming a War” presents the experiences of various war film directors as they discuss their respective processes for recreating these violent pieces of history as well...
21.11.2016
My Son the JihadiHow did a perfectly normal British teenager end up fighting in Somalia as a recruit for the Al Qaeda-affiliated group Al Shabaab?By James Hill November 21, 2016How did a perfectly normal British teenager end up fighting in Somalia...
08.11.2016
Conflict Through a Film Lens A brief history of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, and the bravery of a twenty-six-year-old film student in her quest to document the Revolution from the front lines. By Bridget Granger November 8, 2016 Ukraine, the...
18.10.2016
“Untitled”: Enrico Dagnino’s Archive Under FireEnrico Dagnino’s photography tells the stories of conflict. Most often, these stories are difficult to convey, difficult to observe, and difficult to understand. An interview with Dagnino gives insight...
14.10.2016
A Call for Understanding On Friday, 1 July 2016, the WARM Foundation partnered with Amnesty International to host a conference during the 3rd annual WARM Festival in Sarajevo entitled “Civilians Caught Between Jihadism and State Repression: Breaking...
15.09.2016
Photography that Humanizes: An Andrew Quilty Exhibition On 29 June 2016, the War Art Reporting and Memory (WARM) Festival hosted the exhibition “Afghanistan: After Enduring Freedom” at the Java Gallery in downtown Sarajevo. The exhibition featured...
02.09.2016
“Watani – My Homeland”: War-torn Syria through the Eyes of its ChildrenChildren in a war zone are so vulnerable, but I also saw such an incredible degree of resilience and I decided I wanted to tell the stories of Syrian kids caught in this crisis...
29.08.2016
Coffee and Malian Music with Johanna SchwartzThe film tells the story of how Malian musicians fought back against the Islamic extremists that banned their profession. Over a cup of coffee, Balkan Diskurs correspondent, Heidi Hald Christensen, had...

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