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Our Road to Kosovo (2003)

The Road to Kosovo was traveled by six college students in a documentary that chronicles the struggle of an ethnic Albanian family during the 1999/2000 Kosovar conflict. Documented at a ... See full summary »

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James Saldana
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The Road to Kosovo was traveled by six college students in a documentary that chronicles the struggle of an ethnic Albanian family during the 1999/2000 Kosovar conflict. Documented at a very human level, this crisis hits home with its viewers, as these students follow the Kelmendi family from the refugee camps to their home in Mitrovica, in northern Kosovo. From a ethnic Albanian point of view, we learn of their harrowing exodus from Kosovo and the process of reclamation that these refugees must go through, when they return home to find that their once familiar society has become livable only under constant military occupation. Throughout the film, these young American students discover how the Kosovar Albanians have become foreigners in their own land. Written by Richard Carsley

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The true story about the exodus of a Kosovar Albanian Family and their struggle to return home after the war.

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

7 August 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Albania See more »

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Budget:

$20,000 (estimated)
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IDC Films See more »
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Color
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