This short drama documentary produced by MayEvents won 2 Silver Dolphin Awards at the 2012 Cannes Media and Television Awards, and at the 2013 New York Festivals of International Television and Film Awards, one Gold Medal in the television category of Social Issues, one Gold Medal for the documentary drama category, one silver Medal in the Human Concerns Category and one Gold Medal for Cinematography. It won a certificate of Excellence at the US International Film and Television Awards. The film was used to raise awareness and funds for the children cancer awards in Bosnia, Tuzla. To summarise the story, in 1999, it was predicted that the war in Serbia's use of depleted uranium weapons was to cause 10 000 extra deaths from cancer. Today, according to the cancer registry data, the rate of cancers has increased by ten fold since the war. In order to raise funds and spotlight the dire lack of resources in the hospitals in Tuzla we produced a documentary drama recreating the life of Bosnian boy Bassim Hassanovich who was diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia in 1999. His case highlighted the terrible shortages of resources in the hospitals in Tuzla, Bosnia and the boy had to be sent to Italy to receive treatment and a bone marrow donor. Today hundreds of thousands of kids are still dying in the wards of ill-equipped hospitals. This was film attempted to address this issue.