30 November, 2022

'How Do I See You?' is a three-year project funded by the European Union in Kosovo and implemented by DokuFest in partnership with Slobodna Zona and Fond B92in Belgrade.

 The project aims to bring together youngsters between 18-25 years from both Kosovo and Serbia to spend time together, visit places together, and cultural and political places that represent both of our countries, places that define and tell our joint and separate past.

 In the end, only the time spent together is what matters the most, since during this time (one week) the youngsters have come to the conclusion that the main thing that separates them is the languages (Serbian and Albanian), and not believe everything that we hear in the media and social platforms for one and other.

The video below showcases clips from the interviews that were made throughout the 4 intercultural exchange camps of Kosovo and Serbian youth, after having spent a week together socializing and visiting places that define and tell our joint and separate past, in both of the respective countries. The interviews are part of the multimedia digital exhibition ‘How Do I See You?’ which is created within the framework of the project of the same name in partnership with Slobodna Zona and the European Union in Kosova.

“...and when I was in Kosovo I was convinced that most of the things I see in the news, and was told by my grandparents or friends from school, are actually incorrect” is one of the many other powerful statements the participants of the camps had to say to each other after having spent time together.

We were happy to showcase the latest exhibition at our partner film festival in Belgrade Slobodna Zona on the 7th of November. The DokuFest team together with the camp’s alumni traveled to Belgrade to see the exhibition, and the turnover for the camp exceeded our expectations.

This project is funded by the European Union in Kosovo.