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1993 Retrospective: Bosnian Filmmaker Ademir Kenovic.

One of Bosnia's leading film makers, and professor of film at the Academy of Film and Theatre in Sarajevo Ademir Kenovic. His newest film "SA-Life" (SA stands for Sarajevo) is compiled of scenes shot by himself, other film makers, and film students in and around Sarajevo that capture the horror of the war. Each day, Kenovic and his fellow film makers would meet in his basement studio to plan the day's shoot, going out with hand-held cameras. Kenovic has made three other films. "SA-Life" played at the Cannes Film Festival and at the "International Video Arts Festival" at Lincoln Center in New York. (REBROADCAST from 10/12/93)

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Other segments from the episode on December 27, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, December 27, 1993: Interviews with Tom Gjelten and Roy Gutman; Interviews with Fred Cuny and Susan Sontag; Interview with Ademir Kenovic.

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