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Tag: art

    Survivor

    British Red Cross, 2018

    Survivor

    A once died man comes back to life

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    It’s Not Hard

    Mulham Mohamed Hidel, 2018

    It’s Not Hard

    “You can change your life for the better despite the difficult circumstances you face.” (quote from filmmaker)

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    Seville pays homage to Clara Campoamor

    Gema Luque, Marta Girón, Rocío García, 2014

    Seville pays homage to Clara Campoamor

    If statues make people and historical facts visible and, at the same time, constructs our memory, what conclusions can we draw from direct experience with the statue of Clara Campoamor in Seville?

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    Kings of the Castle

    Vlad Ilicevici, Andrei Tanase, 2012

    Kings of the Castle

    A short film about children who play, chase each other, guide tourists and fly kites in a ruined castle in Ankara.

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    RTW

    Tamocho / Chez Nous, 2012

    RTW

    Short documentary film about three 15-year-old boys honouring a friend who died.

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    Look

    Alzbeta Svitkova, 2012

    Look

    “This video is on how different everyone sees the world.”

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    Outlook

    Elisabet Ericson, 2012

    Outlook

    Animation about a girl losing her mind

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    Watcher

    Rosie Roberts, 2012

    Watcher

    A girl shares her fears of being stalked

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    Life Without Art

    Tony Longe, 2012

    Life Without Art

    A boy from Kennington, London recites a poem about art and mixes it with footage of his local area

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    Dream of Reason

    Francisco Ortega, 2012

    Dream of Reason

    After knowing the date for the delivery of his next work, an artist decides to find inspiration in a precursor cinema apparatus rather than in the art world.

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    Pop-folk Land

    Cinemafia Video Label / Ioanna Petkova, Plamen Todorov, Gloria Petkova, Milen Radev, Simon Todorov, 2012

    Pop-folk Land

    Two children play out a scene between a big shot music agent and an aspiring lipsticked performer.

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    The Lenin Code

    Nikita Sutyrin, 2012

    The Lenin Code

    More than 300 monuments to Lenin still remain in Eastern Europe and ex-USSR.

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    Got Up Early

    Dusan Lazic, 2012

    Got Up Early

    A look at how brands, signs and symbols proliferate everyday life.

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    Enough

    Nervan Talha, 2012

    Enough

    A girl isn't allowed to read a book or listen to music.

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    Polyptych

    Kristina Bozurska, 2012

    Polyptych

    "In the era of postmodern living it is hard to escape the influences from the modern and find your identity as an artist."

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    My Name is Ahang

    Ahang Bashi, 2012

    My Name is Ahang

    Ahang reflects about her hybrid Swedish-Iranian cultural identity.

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    90 Grad

    Ties Linders, 2012

    90 Grad

    Free running in the public space

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    A Man Without Face

    Tadas Vidmantas, 2012

    A Man Without Face

    Lithuanian-born Tadas Vidmantas (1985) gives a reflective view of what is and what could be our future.

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    The Beginning

    Miguel Delgado, 2012

    The Beginning

    You can change the world starting within your neighbourhood, your friends, your family, etc... violence is not necessary.

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    Kuleshovas

    Robertas Nevecka, 2012

    Kuleshovas

    A kid reacts to something in some unusual way. And animations, running on a wall beside him, shows the reasons for those reactions and tells a story about this kid.

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    Save It for the Morning After

    Hanna Sauchanka, Žiga Divjak, Aliaksandra Ihnatovich, Andrey Garan, Katarina Rešek, Marko Lavrin, Matic Drakulić, 2012

    Save It for the Morning After

    Our collective attempt to mix documentary and experimental forms in representing different peoples dreaming experience.

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    One of Us

    Gamze Akan, Ilgın Aksoy, Sengul Moral, 2011

    One of Us

    People of Eskisehir in Turkey talk about a statue, creating stories around it.

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    Garden City

    Gary McQuiggin, 2011

    Garden City

    Garden City is a video poem drawing on documentary, psychogeography and landscape art.

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    Enclosure

    Akile Nazli Kaya, 2011

    Enclosure

    “The depiction of a nightmare caused by religious fanaticism”

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    Without Spectator

    Rafał Andrzej Głombiowski, 2011

    Without Spectator

    Piotr is a young artist who conducts a dialogue with an invisible spectator as he searches for inspiration. The only witness is the camera.

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    CritiSymbolism

    Sinan Altun, Ihsan Cakir, Celil Kankaya, Rahime Gunkaya, 2010

    CritiSymbolism

    A critical perspective on the objectification and commercialization of Canakkale's history.

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    Snail

    Luis Duran, 2009

    Snail

    A boy projects his feelings onto a snail

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    Masecki

    Tomasz Dubiel, 2009

    Masecki

    Beethoven composed his last pieces when he was already deaf. Marcin Masecki, young Polish pianist, shows how it could have happened.

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    SzaZa "bardo gimnastique"

    Kuba Kossak, 2009

    SzaZa "bardo gimnastique"

    Leszek Bzdyl is a Polish dancer and choreographer. SzaZa stands for Paweł Szamburski and Patryk Zakrocki - two young talented Warsaw based musicians. The movie is a recording of an artistic encounter of those three.

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    City Landscape

    Aram Zatikyan / Manana Youth Films, 2006

    City Landscape

    This film highlights the problem of rubbish in an Armenian town.

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