Does Anyone Have a Plan?
Regie: Lode Desmet; 86/58 Min., Kosovo 2005 (OmE/OmU)
Wettbewerb: Human Rights
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Der Film lässt Politiker aller Seiten ebenso wie einfache Leute zu Wort kommen und zeichnet ein Bild der politischen Lage vor den internationalen Statusverhandlungen über die Zukunft des Kosovo.
21.11. Babylon 18.00 (OmU, 58 min.) anschl. Podiumsdiskussion
22.11. Acud 18.00 (OmE, 86 Min.)
Präsentiert von der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung
Does Anyone Have A Plan? reflects the
concerns and hopes of seventeen ordinary people from Kosovo, Serbia and
neighbouring countries in the run-up to crucial talks over the final
status of Kosovo. Their questions about the talks – which hope to find
a solution to the conflict between Serbia and the Kosovo Albanians and
stabilize the region as a whole – are put to important local and
international political figures. The latter include EU foreign policy
chief Javier Solana, senior US state department official Nicholas
Burns, Serbian president Boris Tadic and Kosovo premier Bajram Kosumi.
Kosovo is the last unresolved dispute in the Balkans, with the Kosovo
Albanians wanting independence and Serbia prepared to concede no more
than a high degree of autonomy.
Produced by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN,
and directed by the award-winning film maker Lode Desmet, this
85-minute documentary focuses on the dilemmas facing 17 ordinary people
from Kosovo, Serbia and neighbouring countries in the run-up to final
During the film they put their most
burning questions to - and receive answers from - a range of leading
local and international political figures, including the European
Union's foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, a senior US State
Department official, Nicholas Burns, Serbia's President, Boris Tadic,
Kosovo's Prime Minister, Bajram Kosumi and many others.