Stemming from the geography of a location, the French documentary film ‘Omarska’, directed by Varun Sasindran, recalls the atrocities of a concentration camp in Bosnia | Herzegovina from the orality of survivors and the reconstruction of this space in 3D images, since the place has now become a factory. The horror is gone, the memory and the place remain. We must always remember: annihilation is organized.
Varun Sasindran Thirty-one years old (April 2, 1987), born and raised in Kerala, India. He pursued his studies in Visual media Studies from Calicut University. And then he joined for M.A at Sarajevo Film Academy followed by PG from Le Fresnoy, which he got to know from Mr. Alain Fleischer who conducted a workshop in Sarajevo Film Academy. His film ‘Omarska’ received a special mention in Berlinale 2019.