P21 Gallery invites you to the Film Screening followed by Q&A: 


Fog of Srebrenica 

A film by Samir Mehanovic


Friday, 8th July 2016, 6:30pm



Survivors of the 1995 Siege of Srebrenica talk about the events leading up the Srebrenica Genocide, the only holocaust in Europe since WWII where 8,372 Bosnian men & boys were killed in just one week. The documentary presents interviews structured in chapters, each of which handle a separate phase of the atrocity, the chaos, the desperation, the starvation, and the hellish ordeal that few survived. The heart-breaking testimonials raise serious and profound questions about the nature of human existence, war & forgiveness.

The screening will be followed by a discussion with the film director and survivors of the Bosnian War.


Samir Mehanovic Bosnian born and Scotland based, Samir Mehanovic is a film and theatre director, producer & screenwriter. He has previously received a BAFTA Scotland award for Best First Time Director for the short film The Way We Played, which was screened at over 30 festivals. He won the Special Jury Award for Mid-Length Documentary at Amsterdam’s International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) for The Fog of Srebrenica.



Tickets: £8 at the door