We've got a little time off today, or at least time away from the studio, while Alan lines up everything for the final mix tomorrow. We're taking the time to speak with Elma Hasimbegovic at The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina who are keen to screen the film this summer - maybe as a fringe event at The Sarajevo Film Festival which we're too late to enter officially.
We're also going to spend time discussing taking the film back to the village this August to show in the local cinema..
It's going to be a tricky business: the local authorities are controlled by the guys who planned and directed the attempted genocide in Northern Bosnia against the families featured in the film. The village is really excited about seeing the film but we have concerns about security around the event - twenty years after the war and reconciliation is very limited out in the rural areas where victims and perpetrators of war crimes still live side by side.
In Sarajevo it's a different picture; sure times are hard but there's a lot of energy in the city and there's a thriving arts scene - everyone I meet seems to be painting, making films, writing, doing something and not just waiting for something to happen.
Its a city that's suffered a lot of the last century. I really hope that once the hundredth anniversary of the First World War is out of the way, which started here, a few hundred yards from where we are now, that they can start moving on to a new century of peace and prosperity.