BIRN Documentary Screened at goEast Film Festival in Wiesbaden

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Does Anyone Have a Plan?, produced by BIRN and directed by the award-winning film maker Lode Desmet, was screened at the 8th Festival of Central and Eastern European film in Wiesbaden, Germany in April.

The goEast film festival, launched in 2001, was founded by Claudia Dillmann, the Director of the German Film Institute – DIF. goEast now plays host to some 150 guests annually, among them such renowned directors and stars as Krzysztof Zanussi, Jirí Menzel, Istvan Šzabo, Hanna Schygulla, Béla Tarr, Jerzy Stuhr, Kira Muratova, and Martin Šulik.

Does Anyone Have a Plan? was screened in the “goEast Symposium” category, which focuses on documentaries from the ex-Yugoslav countries and attempts to site these works within the context of historical roots and emerging perspectives.

The documentary focuses on the dilemmas facing 17 ordinary people from Kosovo, Serbia and neighbouring countries in the run-up to final status negotiations.

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