Award for the best original soundtrack on 3rd ACAMPADOC IDFF in Panama
KOSMA is a documentary film about a rarely spoken matter in the usual coverage of Kosovo – everyday life omitted from news and politics. Life transformed into FM frequency sounds, capturing voices of those who are voiceless and non-existing in official media: for ten years now, the KOSMA radio network is the only link among highly isolated Serbian communities in Kosovo. The sound of the radio travels through deserted areas and abandoned houses, breaking down the barriers that their listeners themselves cannot surmount. Electricity and water cutoffs, fear, helicopters flying overhead, attacks and protests are woven into simple human stories, acts and aspirations. In this place laden with vivid history and tradition, the radio voices bear witness to everyday life, human connections, significant events and ever-present hope.