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SCREENING Q&A QUO VADIS, AIDA? with Jasmila Zbanic and Janine di Giovanni
Nominated for the 2021 BAFTA award for Best Director and Best Film Not In The English Language and for the 2021 Academy Award for Best International Feature.

Srebrenica is no longer just the name of a town. It represents the worst of human cruelty and an act that many had hoped was expunged from European history with the end of the Second World War. Jasmila Zbanic's drama unfolds in 1995, just as the Serbian army have entered the mostly Muslim Bosnia town. Aida is a translator for the UN. Her family is among the thousands of citizens looking for shelter in the UN camp. But as an insider to the negotiations, she has access to crucial information that forces her into the untenable position of deciding between her obligation to those she loves and the role that has a wider impact. Zbanic's humanity, locating her story on a relatable level, within an event that many of us might find impossible to comprehend, is what raises 'Quo Vadis Aida' far above the level of the standard war film.

This is a Q&A/Discussion event with Jasmila Zbanic and Janine di Giovanni

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May 21, 2021 07:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Janine di Giovanni
Janine di Giovanni a multi-award winning journalist and author, a Senior Fellow and Professor at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs
Jasmila Zbanic
Jasmila Žbanić is a Bosnian film director, screenwriter and producer, known for writing and directing award winning Bosnian films Grbavica, On the Path and Quo Vadis, Aida?. She is regarded as one of the best Bosnian directors and screenwriters and also, one of the best from Southeast Europe.