About The Issue
The most successful and most brutal European dictator since Hitler, Slobodan Miloseviç played the trump cards of nationalism and racism in his rise to power. Once in office, he performed an intricate balancing act, controlling information and the media to safeguard his reign and accomplish his ends — which included concentration camps and ethnic cleansing. How did he do it? Exclusive interviews wtih former Miloseviç associates — both dissenters and loyalists — include a remarkable encounter with his wife and political mentor, Mira. This investigative report will take the viewer inside the realm, and inside the mind, of one of the most effective and brutal tyrants of the past 50 years.
About The Film
Producer Paul Jenkins recently produced SOLDAT, an observational film about the Russian army, and co-produced with Director Leslie Woodhead SREBRENICA: A CRY FROM THE GRAVE. Woodhead’s two-hour film INVASION was the first British docudrama ever aired on American network television. He has filmed documentaries in Africa, Nepal, the South Pacific, and China, and has directed the film ENDURANCE for Disney.