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When Fadil Hadzic and Boro Cosic wrote the script for the cult film the Drvar landing in the early sixties, they never imagined that their partisan classic would have the sequel in colour in just one minute and under completely different circumstances. More than 50 years later, Drvar is a municipality that remembers more the recent war than the one featured under the Hadzic’s directorial baton. The consequences of the conflict in this region in the 90s are still visible. The ruins covered with weeds testify about the unfortunate times. The rusty gatesare locked in front of the abandoned walls of the former office buildings. In the past, a modern sports centre with a swimming pool which even much larger cities could not boast with, is now dilapidated and deserted. The partisan monuments, broken and scattered. Only a few verses etched in stone reminds of their magnitude.
Drvar has fallen asleep in a comfortable cradle among the greenery and the murmur of the river Unac. It is dreaming and waiting for new generations to wake it up. And they are coming. And how they see their city they presented in just one movie minute.
Dimitrije Moraca is an excellent student of the 7th grade of the elementary school in Drvar. When he got a chance to show his creativity in 60 seconds and to point out to the problems that bother him and the hopes he strives to, he took it in the right way and with the help of their trainers Ljubisa Vasic and Goran Radich filmed the Drvar landing II.
“Dimitrije came with a clear idea of what he wanted to film, and the name of the film was made by a group of children who participated in our training. First we were joking, but then we realized that the title was really suitable for the movie that Dimitrije wanted to film,” explains Ljubisa Vasic, a trainer and a coordinator of the NGO Genesis Project from Banja Luka.
Together with his colleague Goran Radic, Ljubisa spent five days in Drvar with a group of 17 children aged 7 to 15 years. They took part in the training on how to make a one-minute movie, which was held within the “Promoting intercultural, inclusive and peace education and prevention of violence among children” activities. This activity is implemented by the NGO Genesis Project within the “Applying the human security concept to stabilize communities in Canton 10,” funded by the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security and implemented by the UN agencies in BiH (UNICEF, IOM, UNHCR and UNDP).
The children express their opinions, attitudes, ideas or speak out about their problems and of their peers via the one-minute movies. During the five-day training, guided by their trainers, they learn all about making such a movie, from scriptwriting to editing.
Although the recording of such a short movieseems like a piece of cake, the trainers say – it is not.
“Some children immediately come up with a clear idea of what they want to record and tell through their movie, and some initially have no idea but have the desire to work. Then that is distressful for all of us, because we have only five days to complete everything,” explains Goran Radic laughing. However, the children’s creativity, he adds, always wins at the end.
“All children are very creative and sometimes better than adults they notice problems that surround us. They should be given the opportunity to present their views,” says Goran.
Dimitrije recorded his landing, because he wants to get his city away from the dream and life in the past. He loves Drvara lot, but “he would change so many things …”. The sad images from the beginning of this text fit in his movie minute. Mute. And yet they said all.
“My devastated Bosnia, and my land unploughed, four summer suns own …”,are the verses that he recorded on one of the many collapsed and ruined monuments.
“There are many ruins in Drvar, I want somebody to have them repaired,” tells us Dimitrije and explains: “I do not want my city to be remembered for something that was there, I want to be remembered for something that is here now, that’s why I chose that topic” says the boy who also stands out forhaving an unusual hobby. He likes to look for errors in the movies. No wonder that such a movie fun enjoyed the five-day training. “I love acting, directing and making various scenarios! I’d like to have this training repeated every year, to always have the same team and to always have the great movies,” says Dimitrije.v
A total of eight films were made in Drvar, and he says for all of them that they are perfect. His friends were also pleased with the results, as well as the trainers.
That there is no positive energy lacking showed Danka Kunic in her movie with the same name.
How to love, described Milija Zoric.
Vera Milakovic showed us how to dance the Unac round. While filming her movie beside Unac, Vera enjoyed, Goran calls out that “he almost drowned.”
The boy who can do everything, Vuk Stefan Zoricsent a message with his movie that only the sky is the limit.
His friend, Milica Sobat asked a simple question that is the most difficult to give the answer to: “Why?”
Boris Coric caused most agony to the trainers, a fifteen-year-old boy who has no fear. To have no fear, Boris showed in his movie called “Parkour”. The dizzying leaps and exhibitions in the former sports centre look impressive in the movie, but well scared Goran and Ljubisa in person. “Before each jump, we called his mother to confirm that he is allowed to do it. His every stunt scared us a lot,” said Ljubisa, adding that it was certain that there is no repetition of the Boris’sscenes.
And finally, in the movie of Stribor Letic, the youngest actors at the shooting sent the message that is equally valuable for all ages: “Everyone should know that it is much easier to tear something down than to build it.”

Forest school

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Whose are the angels

Games of forest dwarfs

Unicef and Genesis

Who are we

Genesis Project was founded by a group of local enthusiasts in February 1997. The end of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and devastation after the war led to the establishment of Genesis Project. Since then we have implemented numerous projects and activities.We are located in Banja Luka, and thanks to the municipality of Banja Luka, after eight years of operating in rented premises, we now have an office, owned by the city of Banja Luka, at our disposal. That helped us a lot and provided us with new options for the development of our work. Thanks to our mobile service the "Project Genesis" humanitarian organization operates at the national level, which means that different activities have been implemented in the territory of the entire Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Main objective of our work are


Genesis Project is a non-governmental organization which, through its professional and dedicated team, helps children and adolescents throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina in fulfilling their rights to have a free and correct psychophysical development, regardless of their religious, ethnic or racial belonging whilst respecting their individual differences and potential.


Bosnia and Herzegovina is a free and open society that will enable every individual to develop and assert to their full capacity and to become a happy, conscious and free person, capable of thinking critically and acting creatively.

Dijana Pejić was born in 1974 in Banja Luka where she attended primary school and secondary school of electrical engineering.
Upon completion of Business School in Belgrade, she gained her undergraduate degree in economics in the Faculty of Economics in Kragujevac.
She has been active in the NGO sector since 1995, when she got a position of a project coordinator at the U.S. Committee for Refugees.

She founded the Genesis Project NGO in 1996 in Banja Luka. Since then she has implemented dozens of successful projects throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Being responsible for program management, financial management, designing projects and human resources, Dijana has been successfully manage a small team, which has been part of Genesis, for the most part, from the very beginning. The success story has been going on for 18 years, and its best evidence are the results achieved and the children's smiles elicited by Dijana’s team members wherever the road takes them.

Azra Talić was born in 1952, in Banja Luka, where she completed her elementary and high school education as well as the teachers' college. She continued her education at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, where she acquired a title of the professor in psychology and pedagogy.

In her extensive experience Azra worked as an educator and counsellor in a kindergarten and as a psychologist and counsellor in an elementary school. Her following position was in the CARE Canada organisation, as a psychologist.

She became part of the Genesis Project team in 1998, and she has been actively participating in numerous projects, being equally successful as a teacher and psychologist however as a poet too. Thanks to her imagination, a large number of songs and plays were created that a travelling interactive theatre of the Genesis team entertains and educates the little ones with all over BiH. And, in Azra’a imagination there is always room for new and creative ideas that are just waiting to come alive in some future project.

Draško Stojčević was born in 1975 in Banja Luka, where he completed his primary education and secondary school of electrical engineering and then the Faculty of political sciences, Department of Journalism and Communication.
Since the foundation of the Genesis Project, Draško has been a member of the team. While working in this organization, he attended a number of advanced seminars and completed the training for the SALW and Mine Risk Education Instructor. After training for the design and production of the one-minute films for young people, he produced a great number of one-minute films across Bosnia and Herzegovina. Within the projects he worked on and also successfully implemented, Draško was bringing joy to the little ones through various roles he has enlivened in a number of plays and TV serials. Pečurko (Mushroom man) in the "Game of forest dwarfs," associate teacher in "Whose are the angels", deminer in the "The strange trial" are just some of his roles. Always smiling and popular among children, is a recognizable member of the merry Genesis team and a traveling interactive theater.

Ljubiša Vasić was born in 1975 in Banja Luka, where he completed his primary education and secondary school of electrical engineering and then the Faculty of Philosophy.
He acquired the title of a class teacher in 2009, and for the work in the NGO sector he got further education both through seminars and trainings. Among other things, he completed the training for the SALW and Mine Risk Education Instructor. Ljubiša has been a member of the Genesis Project team since 1996. He has worked on the implementation of a large number of projects, and children and young people easily recognize him by a wide smile and a number of roles that embodied through entertaining and educational shows and TV serials of Genesis.
Professor Mudrić (Brainy) from the "Whose are the angels" TV series, a teacher from the "Forest School" TV series, Borko (Pine man) in the "Game of forest dwarfs ", a strict judge in the "The strange trial", are some of the roles that youngest ones remember him gladly by.

Saša Šarić was born in 1974 in Banja Luka, where he completed his primary education and secondary school of electrical engineering, after which he enrolled at the Higher Business School in Belgrade.
He has been part of the Genesis team from the founding of the organization, and through a number of seminars he was additionally trained to work on humanitarian educational projects.
He also completed the training for the SALW and Mine Risk Education Instructor and he attended the training on the design and production of one-minute films.
During his work in Genesis, Saša took part in the implementation of a large number of successful projects throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina - from educational workshops for children, through production of TV shows, to the prevention of peer violence. He is also active in fundraising.

Goran Radić was born in 1967 in Banja Luka. After completing primary education and secondary school of electrical engineering in this city, he completed several advanced seminars, as well as advanced training for project managers for MRE and firearms.
He gained his BSc degree in economy in the Faculty of eeconomy in Apeiron University, Banjaluka. After eight years of work in the "Rudi Čajavec" company, Goran has joined the Genesis Project team in 1998, initially as a volunteer and since 2003 as a full member. Among other trainings and seminars, he also attended the training on the design and production of one-minute films. He took part in a number of successful projects and his greatest contribution is emphasized through management of projects for mine risk education and firearms. Goran is actively working in the highly vulnerable mine-affected communities throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina and its primary mission is to educate children how to save their lives and have a carefree childhood while growing up near the mines and constant danger.

Dijana Miljatović was born in 1972 in Prijedor, where she completed primary and high school education, upon which she studied English language and literature at the Faculty of Philosophy in Banja Luka.
A large portion of her working life Dijana spent in the field as an interpreter, and in this capacity, she worked for the ICTY too. She is one of the cofounders of the Association of single parents, "Ponos" and a current chairwoman. She is also a coordinator of numerous humanitarian actions and within the association executes the function of a project manager as well as, when required, of the spokesperson.
She joined the Genesis Project in 2012, first as a volunteer, and since July 2013 as a permanent member. Employed at the administrative assistant, she is a necessary logistic support of this successful team.

Sandra Josović was born in 1977 in Slavonski Brod. She completed elementary and secondary school education in Banja Luka. She gained her BSc degree in political scientists in journalism and communications in the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. As a journalist, she worked in several Belgrade media during her studies, and after returning to Banja Luka, she spent eight years in the Nezavisne newspaper, a year as a reporter and then as the editor of several columns and the Sunday edition. She continued her journalistic career on the website for health as a chief editor where she worked for two years. After this experience, she undertook the position of the Executive Director of the International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus.
She was joining the Genesis Project team occasionally as an associate and then as a new member in September 2013. Along the assistance in the implementation of projects, she is responsible for the design of portal’s content, as well as to communicate with the media.