|28.02. / Tuesday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 4|
Franjo Tuđman and Slobodan Milošević met 48 times during the war, mostly on the margins of international conferences. All that time they kept telephone contacts. Hrvoje Šarinić, Tuđman's chief of staff from 1993 to 1995, had eleven secret meetings with Milošević in Belgrade. One of the last meetings took place only days after the military operation known as Storm. The two presidents had always maintained contacts, but they actually met for the first in Karađorđevo and Tikveš in the early 1991. Many argue that it was at these two meetings when Tuđman and Milošević found their common ground. What did they agree on in Karađorđevo? What did they talk about?
Slađana Zarić, born 1971 in Serbia, completed her university education at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Department of Philosophy. She worked as a journalist at public broadcasting company Studio B, daily newspaper Danas and production group Mreža. In 2002 she started working at Radio Belgrade as a news editor and later on as a documentary programme editor. She has won a number of awards on radio festivals in Serbia, in 2003 she was given a prestigious international award Premios Ondas in Barcelona for a radio documentary titled ’24 Hours upon the Assassination of Zoran Đinđić’. Since 2005 she has been working as an editor and author of documentary films in RTS News and Current Affairs Department.
Filip Čolović was born in Serbia in 1978. He took a degree in TV Directing. Besides documentary films, he has directed numerous programs for the Serbian National Television (RTS), including various dramas and series. He has received national and international awards for his documentary work.
TUĐMAN I MILOŠEVIĆ – DOGOVORENI RAT?
2011, 82', color, video
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