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3 February 2010

New Statesman film screening and panel discussion at the BFI

How the media influence conflicts.

By Staff Blogger


The New Statesman is working with the BFI Southbank to offer an exclusive screening of Danis Tanovic’s 2001 film No Man’s Land, set in Bosnia during the war there in the early 1990s. The film will be followed by a panel discussion on the topic “How the media influence conflicts”, using Bosnia as a case study.

Saturday 13 February, BFI Southbank, London SE1

No Man’s Land will be shown at 12.45pm, followed by a panel discussion, commencing at 2.30pm on the media’s influence on conflicts.

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