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Chapter from My Life Withut Me October 5th, 2000, a historical day for Serbia. Where was I? The invisible? I was on BBC, CNN, local TV etc… All day, every hour, with the subtitle: citizens looting the Serbian parliament. Yes, … Continue reading
In English in French “Gümüş, known in Arabic as “Noor”, is one of the world’s most popular soap operas . Released in Turkey by the MBC network, “Gümüş” won an estimated 85 million viewers throughout the … Continue reading
I have made films myself, scripted films, and known directors, crew and actors, so I have few illusions about films as a working reality. I know that a film set is never a peaceful, safe place for anybody. A film … Continue reading