To date, PCRC has produced 7 documentaries, several of which have been broadcast on major networks such as Al Jazeera Balkans, PBS and UN Web TV reaching more than 370 million viewers worldwide. Our films also serve as an integral tool within our educational and advocacy activities and provide a permanent historical record that can be easily accessed by relevant stakeholders and future generations.

Crossing Bridges: One Man’s Heroism
The story of Bosnian rescuer Zoran Mandlbaum, a Jewish man from the city of Mostar who had the choice to leave during the Bosnian war, but the legacy of the Holocaust motivated him to stay and initiate various humanitarian efforts to help those trapped within the city and nearby concentration camps.
Ordinary Heroes
The Ordinary Heroes documentary series depicts real-life stories of Bosnian citizens, who, by choosing to rescue the ‘other,’ became heroes in a time when their country was committing acts of genocide. Each 30-minute episode documents the stories of rescuers and those they saved.
Unprotected
Unprotected investigates the treatment of those called to testify as witnesses at war crimes trials in Bosnia and Herzegovina by focusing on the experiences of two Individuals: one, a woman who testified at the trial of a man who raped her during the war; the other, a man who committed suicide shortly after receiving a subpoena requiring him to appear as a witness in a war crimes trial.
In the Land of Blood and Honey
PCRC began its cooperation with Actress, Director and UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie in the winter of 2010 when PCRC was asked to serve a research consultancy role for her film In the Land of Blood and Honey. PCRC utilized its network of war victims’ associations and non-governmental organizations to compile statistical data and provide necessary contextual information and details regarding events depicted in the film.
Women, War & Peace
Women, War & Peace is a bold five-part PBS documentary series challenging the conventional wisdom that war and peace is a man’s domain. Spotlighting the stories of women in conflict zones from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Afghanistan and Colombia to Liberia, it places women at the center of an urgent dialogue about conflict and security, and reframes our understanding of modern warfare.
Uspomene 677
Uspomene 677 depicts the stories of three concentration camp survivors and three teenagers from each of Bosnia’s constituent ethnic communities who must now come to terms with their country’s violent past.