/ No Man's Land
No Man's Land
1 January, 2002

The tale of two soldiers, Čiki and Nino, a Bosnian and a Serb who find themselves stranded between enemy lines, in No Man's Land, during the 1993 Bosnian Conflict. As Čiki and Nino try to figure a way out of their bizarre predicament, a brave UN sergeant goes to help them, despite being ordered not to intervene, and the press corps follow, turning a news story into an international incident. In a tense stand off between the many sides involved in the conflict and with the world’s press waiting for an outcome, Čiki and Nino desperately try to negotiate for their lives amidst the insanity of war.
No man's land, co-produced by Fabrica Cinema, has been awarded the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2002, after the success in Cannes 2001, where it got the prize for the best screenplay.