Srebrenica, nuit à nuit
When you are 20 years old, Bosnia is a strange destination. In 2005, it is however in Srebrenica that Adrien Selbert went on a whim. At the time, the young man from Nantes (France) wanted to make a documentary film on youth. “I wanted to see what Bosnia was like ten years after the end of the conflict. Why Srebrenica? Out of curiosity“, he explains. On July 11, 1995, the Muslim enclave of this ancient spa town in Bosnia-Herzegovina fell under the control of the Serbian army, which massacred more than eight thousand men in the space of three days. Adrien still remembers the images of this war on the television news. Images that marked him.