Documentary “15 Minutes – Massacre in Dvor” (58: 39, 2015) directed by Georg Larsen, Kasper Vedsmand and the production Final Cut for Real (Denmark) Nukleus Film (Croatia) is about the crime that took place in the elementary school building on 8. August 1995, when a group of unidentified persons killed nine people with disabilities, Serbs and Croats, just a few meters from the camp of the Danish army at UN forces in Dvor na Uni, Croatia.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, English, Danish
Filip Svarm’s documentary from 2007 gives an impression of the war in the Krajina, as well as the political and military details of fall of Krajina and subsequent exodus of the Serbian population. The film highlights the development of relations between Serbs in Croatia and the Croatian authorities since 1990 until the Operation Storm and the persecution of Serbs from Croatia in August 1995. The film follows events from the establishment of the autonomous Serb region in Croatia, in places with Serb majority populations.
Executive Production: Time Movie
“Storm in The Hague” (2015) is an interactive narrative produced by the SENSE Center for Transitional Justice (Pula) and the Serbian National Council (SNV) in cooperation with Document – the Center for dealing with the past.
The interactive narrative contains documentary audio and visual material, authentic military, government and political documents from that time.
Language: Croatian, Serbian, English
Documentary dealing with relations between Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and Croatian President Franjo Tudjman. It is based on the testimonies of the most prominent Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian and Bosnian politicians of that time.
The second part of the documentary is about the situation on the ground, namely, it answers the question of whether the 1991 agreement is seen in the war conflicts between the Serbs and Croats that followed.
Author of the film is Slađana Zarić. It was produced by RTS.
Availability: online – part I and part II
The Outreach program (1999) of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia is a program aimed at young people, local communities, the media and work with regional justice systems – support to national judiciaries in order to familiarize themselves with the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Outreach program includes informative and educational materials, publications, multimedia content on the website and on social networks.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian, English
In the book “Knin fell in Belgrade”, the author, who was also JNA General, is trying to assess the tragedy of Serbs from August 1995 in the context of the existence and destruction of the SFRY. Among other things, he is accusing the Serbian leadership in Belgrade is accusing for the suffering in that area. The author is also of the opinion that from all possible solutions, the Krajina army leadership has chosen the worst option.
Availability: Milisav Sekulić, Knin je pao u Beogradu, Nidda Verlag, Bad Vilbel, 2000.
In the summer of 1995, the Operation Storm ended with the final liberation of occupied Croatian territories. The film reconstructs some events in Knin and its surroundings (villages Grubor and Varivode), during and immediately after Storm. Through the witness testimonies and the archival material of numerous TV crews, the film explores accusations of international factors and Croatian human rights organizations about crimes committed after the Operation Storm.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian