My grandmother passed away last year on February 6th. Trying to deal with the loss when I revisited her house last summer, I looked for what is left of her presence. I found Baka Ana in her garden and in her things. Klick at the photo to have a look at the full series.
What is Love?
In preparation of my event Trashbus - The Balkan Stories #4: Balkan Love I asked my neighbor Vera: What is love? Here's what she had to say. She's a visionary.
Each time I visit my family, I think: "This might be the last time we see each other." Now I am asking you: Am I morbid?
Bosnia V: Woods and Mountains
Check out the rest of the Bosnian Cycle here
What I Wished For – A Childhood Tale in Five Chapters
by Ruža B ǀ English translation by Renata B. ǀ © trashbus, 2014 Chapter I - Off to School! After I had completed fourth grade of elementary school in our village in 1955, my father decided to send me to high school the following year. The high school was in the city, of course, about seven... Continue Reading →
I have some great news for you - my short narrative documentary "My Uncle's Dog Looks Like a Werewolf" can now be watched in great Sheffield Doc Fest's Videotheque - yeah, yeah, yeah, yippiiiiiie! Follow Sheffield Doc Fest's Videtheque on Twitter: And watch the new trailer to the short film here:
Bosnia II: On the Porch and in the Garden
This is where I spend most of my time when I visit my family in Bosnia. If you like this post, you should also check out Bosnia I: Around the House - enjoy!
Bosnia I: Around the House
A peek inside my Bosnian home.
Back on Track
I took my trashbus on a vacation to Bosnia and Croatia and now we're back with new stories, pictures, adventures, new thoughts and more. I visited Sarajevo and Tuzla, played with tigers and werewolves, took care of a dying cat, chased lizards and snakes, fought with my family, made up with everybody, laughed, cried, danced.... Continue Reading →