Jasmila Žbanić

director of “Quo Vadis, Aida?”

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The breakup of Yugoslavia ignited a decade-long series of wars and ethnic conflicts in the Balkans.

‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’ director Jasmila Zbanic tells the story of war, loss, and trauma in Oscar-nominated film

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