Weicholz Global Film Series presents: Quo Vidis, Aida?
On July 11, 1995, the Serbian Army, under the command of Gen. Ratko Mladic, overran the town of Srebrenica, which had been declared a safe haven by the United Nations. Along with thousands of other helpless Muslim civilians, Aida, a local teacher and translator for the UN seeks refuge for her family at a UN camp led by Dutch soldiers. As an insider to the negotiations between the UN forces and General Mladic’s troops, Aida must find a way to save her husband and two young sons from one of the worst atrocities of the ethnic wars that forever changed the former country of Yugoslavia.
Subtitle: In Bosnian, Serbo-Croatian, Dutch and English with English Subtitles
With special thanks to our generous sponsors for this series, Helene and Stephen Weicholz and our curator, Dr. John Pfeifer.