During my work on Dayton Express, a web documentary that addresses nationalist partition in Bosnia-Herzegovina, I ran into some of the fundamental challenges that new media poses to traditional documentary practice. How do I make sure my audience understands the core of the matter — in this case, that resurgent nationalisms haunt the politics of the present? Will they be able to follow? And will there be enough room for some form of socio-political transformation in the process?
Husak, A. (2013) “Critical Reflection on Dayton Express: Bosnian Railroads and the Paradox of Integration”. In: in Soar, M. & Gagnon, M. (eds) Database | Narrative | Archive Vol 1 Issue 1, Montreal, Canada,
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