SARAJEVO CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
PRO.BA (media center associated with SCCA)
Supports exchange between the arts communities of Central and Eastern Europe and the United States
The collaborative project go_HOME explores physical, cultural, and psychological dislocation and strategies for rebuilding and renewal in the aftermath of ethnic conflict and war in the former Yugoslavia. In September 2001, artists Danica Dakic and Sandra Sterle, two women of different ethnic backgrounds from former Yugoslavia who maintain homes and careers in both East and West Europe, relocated to New York City to live together for four months in an experimental, "open-door" home. The artists utilized this physical residence and their website - a virtual home on the internet - as a common meeting ground for creating and presenting video work, photographs, installations, and to engage interested participants in an "open-door" dialogue around issues of exile, national identity, technology, and globalization.
TRUST FOR MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING
An American foundation supporting cultural and environmental exchange between the United States, Russia, and Eastern and Central Europe
WOMEN MAKE MOVIES
Established in 1972 to address the under representation and misrepresentation of women in the media industry. To complement their distribution services, Women Make Movies created a unique Production Assistance Program in order to develop and support women in independent production.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON BOSNIA
HISTORY OF BALKAN CRISES
SAGA FILM (Sarajevo film company that was active during war)
SARAJEVO FILM FESTIVAL