Pera Museum is hosting a screening focusing on Bosnian cinema titled "Sarajevo Now!" As part of the screening program, "Flothel Europa," directed by Vladimir Tomic, will be screened on Saturday. The film depicts the story of migration caused by the war in the early 1990s. In 1992, a huge group of refugees fleeing the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina reached Denmark. The Red Crescent bought a large ship to Copenhagen Canal as the only available refugee camps were full. The ship, Flotel Europa, became a temporary home for nearly a thousand people who had to wait for their asylum requests to be approved. Among the refugees is 12-year-old Vladimir who fled from Sarajevo with his mother and elder brother. They spent two years on Flotel Europa in uncertainty. The director takes us back to Vladimir's story as an adolescent under stress caused by the war and immigration problems. The story is accompanied by personal VHS archives recorded by other refugees who also lived on the Flotel. The film will be screened in Bosnian with Turkish subtitles.