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Europe Through the Lens: a Festival of Contemporary European Films: Pretty Village

A series of films shown as part of the A & S Year of Europe.

Screening Information

Presented by: 

Professor Ted Fiedler
​Germanic Studies
Modern & Classical Languages,
 Literatures and Culture

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

6 p.m.

UK Athletics Auditorium
W. T. Young Library

A discussion  with Kemal Pervanić will follow the screening

Additional Year of Europe Activities

More European Films

University of Kentucky Libraries has an extensive video collection located in Audio Visual Services in the Hub.  The collection includes documentaries as well as award winning films from around the world.  You can find these films by title, language, country or director through InfoKat Discovery. Videos can be checked out for 7 days with a UK id or library card. You can also find additional information on films by by using the Film Resources guide.

About This Film

The film documents the destruction of innocence in Pervanic’s village of Kevljani in northern Bosnia during the 1992-95 war. It questions whether it’s possible to achieve true peace and reconciliation in the aftermath of devastation and torture that pitted neighbor against neighbor.

Date: 2014
Country: Englnad/Bosnia

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About the Producer and Director

 Kemal  Pervanić (Bosnian) produced this autobiographical film and will lead a discussion on the subject following the screening.

Director: DJ Evans (Welsh)

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