Abandoned in Sarajevo as a baby, Cambridge-based filmmaker Oggi Tomic spent his childhood in government orphanages in the midst of a brutal war. His double BAFTA-award winning documentary Finding Family, co-directed with Chris Leslie, saw him return to Bosnia in search of answers – and to meet his mother for the first time.
Here, he talks to What’s On Cambridge about using film and photography to confront the past and build a better future for the country he calls home.
Finding Family is screening as part of the Cambridge Film Festival at 5.30pm on Friday 5th September at the Arts Picturehouse.
For more about Oggi’s work, please click here, or watch the Finding Family Trailer below:
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