Serbs and Croats finished filming “Vukovar”

Maja Milas
24 Hours,

The documentary, “Vukovar – The Final Cut,” which was created by a collaborative team of Serbs and Croats, finished filming a week ago.

The film is divided into three parts, 40 minutes a piece, and is supposed to represent the most objective documentation of the 1991 war in Vukovar ever recorded. The documentary’s director is Belgrade’s Janko Baljak and the scenarist is Drago Hedl, editor-in-chief of Split’s Feral Tribune.

The premier of the film for the masses is expected to be at the Zagreb Documentary Film Festival, and the producers of the film believe that there will be plenty of strong reactions to the film, which is why they wished to remain as objective as possible. The creators of “Vukovar – The Final Cut” made an effort to show witness accounts of people who were most effected by the war in this region, with the goal of letting the viewers formulate their own opinions and conclusions after watching the film.

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