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NonStop Selling "Back To Bosnia"

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire April 17, 2007 at 6:56AM

Sabin Vajraca's "Back To Bosnia," produced by Alison Hanson, has been acquired for international sales by NonStop Sales and is being sold at MIPTV. It is described as, "a drama documentary about Aida Vajraca and her two children who move to Florida, as the Bosnian war escalates in the town of Banja Luka. Aida's husband Emir is left behind to work with a local organization to free prisoners from Serbian concentration camps. With the signing of a peace treaty in 1996, Banja Luka is handed over to the Serbs and Emir leaves his beloved country to join his family in America. Ten years later, the Vajracas return to Bosnia to reclaim their family home, still occupied by a Serb family who claimed it as their own. 'Back to Bosnia' follows the Vajraaa family as they discover what kind of life begins, when a war is over." [Eugene Hernandez]
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Sabin Vajraca's "Back To Bosnia," produced by Alison Hanson, has been acquired for international sales by NonStop Sales and is being sold at MIPTV. It is described as, "a drama documentary about Aida Vajraca and her two children who move to Florida, as the Bosnian war escalates in the town of Banja Luka. Aida's husband Emir is left behind to work with a local organization to free prisoners from Serbian concentration camps. With the signing of a peace treaty in 1996, Banja Luka is handed over to the Serbs and Emir leaves his beloved country to join his family in America. Ten years later, the Vajracas return to Bosnia to reclaim their family home, still occupied by a Serb family who claimed it as their own. 'Back to Bosnia' follows the Vajraaa family as they discover what kind of life begins, when a war is over." [Eugene Hernandez]

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