The documentary TV series “ Images and Words of Hate” was filmed from 1994 until 1999, and was produced by the Right to Pictures and Words Foundation and Radio B 92.
The series consists of six films that dealt with the role played by the Serbian state television during the war years.
These films were screened at journalism schools and journalist sessions domestically and abroad, as well as being broadcast where it was possible, during the previous regime.
"The News at 7.30 P.M."
“Vukovar 1991” (40’,1994) the period of the battle for Vukovar
“Year One” (40’, 1996) the year of preparation for war
“Year Two” (41’, 1997) the war in Croatia
“Year Three” (53’, 1998) the war in Bosnia
“Year 99” (46’, 1999) the bombing of Serbia
“The News at 7.30 P.M.” (40’, 1997) a parody of the prime-time news on the Serbian state television
TV series “YU File”:
The series relies on archive material and treats specific important and interesting events and topics in the period from 1990 to 2000. Guests on the program comment the events and topics.
This project should contribute to the struggle against the “short memory phenomenon”, very evident in these regions, which is also an obstacle for the development of democracy.
“Questions and Answers” (14’, 2000) is based on a joint interview that Slobodan Milosevic gave to the editors of the major media in Serbia in November of 1993. The main part of the program consists of three relevant questions raised by Slavko Curuvija, a journalist who was murdered on his doorstep during the bombing of Serbia in 1999.
"Colleagues at Work" (12’, 2000) is a black humor account of the female war reporters from the state television.
“Relay Race” (13’, 2000). The film talks about the irrational relationship between the people and the leader, or rather, the dictator.
“Fast Railway Lines” (13’, 2000). The film is a record of the surreal times that the citizens of Serbia lived through during the 90s, a metaphor of which were also the “fast railway lines”.
“Pec, a Town that is no more” (28’, 2000). A film whose theme is the destiny of the town of Pec, a tragic symbol of the war in Kosovo.
“It should be so” (17’, 2000) a program which uses material from a program about the Socialist Party of Serbia, part of their election campaign preceding the first multi-party elections in Serbia, in 1990.
“Folk Music” (17’, 2000) a film about the (mis)use of music in war propaganda.
“New Years '92, New Years '93” (15’, 2000) a video recording of New Year’s Eve celebrations in the war zones.
“Prime Minister” (17’, 2000) a film about Ante Markovic, the last Prime Minister of ex-Yugoslavia, and his unsuccessful attempt to prevent the war and the country from falling apart through democratic reforms.
“Treason, Treason...” (20’, 2001) a film about the following incident: the mothers of soldiers serving at the war front in Slovenia barged into the Serbian Parliament and demanded that their children be returned to them. It is thought that the mothers were manipulated by the current regime.