SEVEN THOUSAND SOULS is a documentary - a feature film about the suffering of Serbian and Russian soldiers and interned civilians in Austro-Hungarian camps on the territory of today's Czech Republic, Jindrihovice and Broumov.

2019 // 59. min. Language: Serbian, English

The camps had about 500 facilities where there were about 60,000 prisoners of war. Extremely difficult working conditions, no food, no shoes and clothes, winter and infectious diseases, all this affected the fact that 7,100 Serbs did not survive the camps. There is a mausoleum in Jindrihovice where the remains are victims of these camps - 7100 Serbs and 189 Russians. It is the second largest Serbian tomb in the world. The film also contains memories of soldiers who survived the camps, writen by a Dutch journalist Henri Aber in 1919. The descendants of soldiers from Serbia also speak in the film.

The film stars Lordan Zafranović, Jelena Ćirić, priest Srdjan Jablanović, etc. and the narrator is Jim High (english version), Jan Kacer (czech version), Tihomir Stanic (serbian version), Mihal Fedorov (russian version).

Production: RODOLJUB z.s. Czech-Serbian Friendship Association Prague Director: Sanjin Mirić. Screenplay: Sanjin Mirić, Vit Hlasensky. Narrator: Tihomir Stanić (serbian version), Mihail Fedorov (russian version). Producer: Sanjin Mirić. Director of Photography: Zdenek Tripes