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Citizens in the Making: Post-Yugoslav Students and Teachers

This documentary explores how in post-Yugoslav states civic education has been overshadowed by the ethnocentric structures of the education systems, policies and curricula, paradoxically on the pretext of promoting multicultural education.’ These curricula are largely delivered by teachers who had been influenced by the past values of ‘brotherhood a

The Last Yugoslav Generation

'The Last Yugoslav Generation' reflects on the generational critique of late Yugoslav socialism articulated by the youth cultural scene in the 1980s. Through interview excerpts it addresses their sense of 'layered Yugoslavness', as well as a sense of loss and betrayal after the end of socialism and Yugoslavia.

Written and narrated by Ljubica Spaskovska

Silenced Voices: Romani minorities in Yugoslavia and after

The position of Roma as citizens of socialist Yugoslavia and post-Yugoslav states is the focus of this film. It depicts how the situation of Romani minorities changed in the post-Yugoslav settings and how new citizenship regimes further marginalised this group, turning its members into true post-Yugoslav ‘subalterns’.

Written and narrated by Julija Sardelic

The strange case of country K.

This video presents the case of K*, a country that remains internally divided, contested and isolated even after 15 years after the end of the war, and 6 years after it declared independence.

Written and narrated by Gezim Krasniqi

Directed and post-produced by Yorgos Karagiannakis, Pitch Dark productions

Produced by CITSEE

Plurinational and Multinational Regionalism after Yugoslavia

What constitutes and defines membership in multiethnic regions in the post-Yugoslav space? By focusing on the regions of Istria in Croatia, and Vojvodina in Serbia, the film explores the differences between ‘plurinational’ and ‘multinational’ regionalism and tackles the question of sub-state citizenship. 

Written and narrated by Dejan Stjepanovic

Where have all the workers gone?

The film tells the tale of textile workers in post-Yugoslav states. The garment industry was very successful in socialist times, and employed thousands of workers, particularly women. After the Yugoslav break-up and post-socialist transition, however, the industry underwent a process of economic decline and deindustrialization.

Politics of Return: no country for an old home

After a conflict there is often disagreement about who 'belongs' to the people - who is still a citizen. This film explores the acute struggles that take place over the right of return of people displaced by conflict, and the way in which their inclusion or exclusion may be motivated by political considerations.

Written and narrated by Biljana Djordjevic

Feminist Activists in Yugoslavia and after

What does it mean to be an activist and a feminist in the state(s) where citizenship regimes changed at least three times in one-person lifetime? The film offers a historic overview of feminist activism in Yugoslavia and its successor states from the Second World War, via the disintegration of Yugoslavia until today.

Written and narrated by Adriana Zaharijevic

Schism-An Animation by Lewis Bolton

This animation was done in cooperation with the Edinburgh College of Art (ECA).

Divided-An Animation by Kayla Stuhr

This animation was done in cooperation with the Edinburgh College of Art (ECA).

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