Bloody Land 1976

Film set in three different times. In the beginning, Miti is killed while defending his land. Then, the film focuses on his son Gjergji who fights against the Italian forces. In the end, the land is redistributed by the agrarian reform.

Discovering Dominga: A Survivor's Story

Denese Joy Becker, a manicurist living in Iowa, discovers she is indeed Dominga Sic Ruiz, a survivor from a 1982 Guatemalan massacre, when more than 200 people were killed in the small village of Rio Negro, after opposing the construction of a dam, sponsored by World Bank. She then tries to unveil the truth.

The Long Shadow of the Wolf 1971

During the Second World War, the Germans hunt an Italian partisan who is trying to blow up a chemical weapons laboratory.

The Councillors 1979

Year 1943. All the members of an anti-fascist council are arrested by the Nazis during a wedding, along with the husband. They are pressured into signing a document against the council, but they refuse, and instead plan to help the husband escape in case of an execution.

Intendenti 1980

In the middle of a harsh winter, a partisan soldier goes to deliver supplies to a hospital.

The Escape 1987

The tragic story of a group of prisoners, ordinary people, were detained in the camp at Lager in Naise at the beginning of WWII, after that mighty torture and abuse by the Germans, will try escape from the camp. A few succeeded.

The Monument 1977

An old gardener tends for the flowers during the war. Nazis ask him for flowers for their dead.

B-25 One Helluva Bomber 1994

A special tribute to the immortal B-25 bomber. Features an assemblage of outstanding aerial footage through air strikes against the Afrika Korps, the Italian campaign, Burma, and the famed Doolittle-Tokyo raid.

Sarajevo Film Festival 1993

Short documentary about the Sarajevo Film Festival. Sarajevo in the twentieth month of its besiegement. The situation is critical but the city chooses to organise an international film festival. Dutch filmmakers Johan van der Keuken and Frank Vellenga present Van der Keuken's documentaries Face Value and Brass Unbound there and one of the festival organisers asks a festival visitor: `What is the significance of film in war? In Sarajevo Film Festival Film, a reflection on film, war and daily life, fictional images are juxtaposed in a disconcerting way with the gruesome reality of the lives of the festival visitors. (netherlands film commission)