Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1914–2014

A hundred years that began with blood ends in renewed civil strife.

Last year, celebrated Serbian-Bosnian director Emir Kusturica, at the opening of the Kustendorf Music and Film Festival in Serbia, ‘beat up’ actor Bruce Willis in a virtual fight, a curious gesture meant to symbolise the triumph of auteur films over Hollywood.

This year, the director inaugurated the event’s seventh edition with a theatrical reconstruction of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria: a tragicomic performance that for Kusturica represents just the tip of the iceberg of his personal views on the First World War, which are reflected in a documentary he is currently making.

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