Masterclass and screening

Thursday, 30 April, 2009: Refik Hodzic
HODZICSCREENING, Q&A, MASTERCLASS & TALK DOUBLE-BILL SCREENING ‘JUSTICE UNSEEN’ AND ‘WITNESS 710399’ FOLLOWED BY A Q+A WITH THE DIRECTOR REFIK HODZIC Thursday, 30th April 5:00-8:00pm, RHB 309. For the first time, Refik Hodzic’s two publicly acclaimed films will be screened together in London. ‘Justice Unseen’ is a critical exploration of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) from the perspective of two communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Konjic and Prijedor), asking whether the prosecution of war criminals in the Hague has offered justice to the victims of war crimes ‘back at home’ or whether the Tribunal has proved an ‘expensive legal experiment.’ The other film, ‘Witness 710399’ tells the story of a father searching for the son that slipped out of his hand during the Srebrenica genocide, a story that the director says is the story of Bosnia and Herzegovina generally – a country painfully haunted by war crimes and their legacy. MASTERCLASS IN VISUAL ETHICS
POST-CONFLICT SOCIETIES Thursday, 30th of April 2:00-4:00pm, RHB 256.This event is open exclusively to Goldsmiths students and has limited places: contact Sari Wastell on to reserve a (free) place in advance or for further information.ICTY TALK WITH INTERNATIONAL
LIAISON OFFICER, REFIK HODZIC Friday, 1st May, 4:00-6:00pm, Anthropology department ground floor seminar room (G8). All welcome! Refik Hodzic, International Liaison Officer for the ICTY will talk at the Anthropology Department, co-covened with the Global Justice Unit. He will discuss the legacy of the ICTY, its recent capacity-building efforts in ‘the region’ and raise broader issues about the role of criminal prosecutions and international legal interventions in the context of post-conflict social reconstruction projects.For further information or directions please contact Sari Wastell:
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