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Tag: family

    Sincerity

    Andrea Casaseca, 2014

    Sincerity

    After lunch, David must confess the news to his parents. What he still doesn't know is the impact it will have in them.

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    Proof

    Alicja Plachówna-Vasilevska, 2013

    Proof

    Does your husband sugar his tea? What colour is your wife's toothbrush? Which side of the bed does your wife sleep on? Alicja Plachówna (PL) could answer such questions in the middle of the night without hesitation. That is why her husband Boyan isn't "illegal" in Poland.

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    Saddler

    Memduh Can Tanyeli, 2013

    Saddler

    4 bankruptcies, 3 cities changed, what else could go wrong?

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    Congratulations

    Salih Ahmed, 2013

    Congratulations

    Learning a new language can be challenging, but when you move to a new country and don't speak the native tongue, there's a lot more pressure to try.

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    Separation

    Pınar Idil Yakut, 2013

    Separation

    ”Actually this place is not like a new home, but more like a new world. Everything is foreign, complicated here. All the things we learned all my life are not applicable.”

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    Ima Polonija

    Michalina Musielak, 2013

    Ima Polonija

    Israel is a country composed of only immigrants. Polish people were a huge part of them.

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    Viet

    Natalia Nguyen, 2013

    Viet

    "Dad, why did you decided to stay in Poland? - "I met your mum!"

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    Sako

    Aram Abrahamyan / Manana Youth Films, 2012

    Sako

    Sako, a thirteen year old boy, was made to work by his father since the age of seven at a tombstone factory.

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    From Van and Proud

    Seyithan Alkan, 2012

    From Van and Proud

    A boy introduces us to his colorful world in Tarlabasi, the one only place he would always want to come back to even after travelling to the space

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    Launderette

    Bertie Telezynski, 2012

    Launderette

    'I think the Kids. I think they're a beautiful thing to see... because they don't know nothing you know? They don't know nothing of this world. This world is very scary'

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    Return to my neighbourhood

    Soraia Daniela Moreira / Chez Nous, 2012

    Return to my neighbourhood

    A Portuguese girl returns to her neighborhood and remembers her Godmother, who has passed away

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    The Man Who Never Leaves the Island

    Daghan Celayir, 2012

    The Man Who Never Leaves the Island

    Ali, who immigrated to Istanbul 38 years ago after having had a brain trauma, stayed in the Kinali Island and never left the island since.

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    A Way

    Sergey Kirakosyan, 2012

    A Way

    Portrait of an elderly athlete jogging in Armeni talking about his life and children.

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    Self Portrait. Migration's Biographies

    Ariana S. Cota, 2012

    Self Portrait. Migration's Biographies

    The idea arose from a conflict over two issues: the fact that looking back, I have always tried to live where I was born; and throughout my life I have shared the story of loved ones who have been migrants and immigrants.

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    Jorge

    Lucas Tello Pérez, 2012

    Jorge

    Jorge is a Senegalese inmigrant who lives in Jerez de la Frontera

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    Seriously Yvonne

    Simret Cheema-Innis, 2012

    Seriously Yvonne

    Short documentary film about a visually impaired woman and her love for salsa dancing.

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    Nowhere

    David Sypniewski, 2012

    Nowhere

    A Polish singer experiences a different cultural context as she raises her children after emigrating to France because of the political situation in Poland.

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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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    A Taste of Asia

    Rehana Siddique / Belonging UK, 2012

    A Taste of Asia

    People with different cultural backgrounds live together in Greene Street

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    My Son’s Name is Daniel

    Adebayo Bamgbose / Tony Longe, 2012

    My Son’s Name is Daniel

    A London father talks about wanting to see his son at the end of the film it emerges that his girlfriend has sent the baby back to Ghana.

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    Murciégalo

    Rocío García Martínez, 2012

    Murciégalo

    Why education is a theme that obsess me? Can I say something about it without talking about me? Why have I so many doubts about it?

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    A Little Tale

    unknown, 2012

    A Little Tale

    This documentary film is about a boy and his family living on a farm in Armenia.

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    Crystal Hope

    Yusuf Ziya Esencan, Muge Sahin, Aysegul Kara, Eren Babacan, 2011

    Crystal Hope

    A short documentary about the only young ice skater in Eskisehir.

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    Patrycja

    Gabrielle Jones, 2011

    Patrycja

    Patrycja' was made by 11 year old Patrycja, who lives in a large country house in England, with her family that work on the property.

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    Rising prices at the brides market

    Milena Boudinova, 2011

    Rising prices at the brides market

    In the oldest market of Sofia, Bulgaria, they sell fruit and vegetables. But besides these products, it’s also possible to sell your gypsy daughter.

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    Hobbies

    Chloe White, 2011

    Hobbies

    Will plays guitar. Caroline runs. Tony likes family history. Three very normal hobbies that play an integral part to these people's lives

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    Rapunzel

    Sevgi Zorba, 2010

    Rapunzel

    A 14 years-old girl reveals her colorful personality by talking about her long, Rapunzel-like hair

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    Only Human

    Ovgucan Kargi, 2010

    Only Human

    A fourteen-year-old boy presents his take on alienation because of one’s physical traits.

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    Brothers

    Emi Mazurkiewicz, 2010

    Brothers

    A close portrait of two small boys, made by their sister.

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    Voice

    Erhan Arik, 2010

    Voice

    "I had a dream. I’m in the house in Ardahan where I was born, a house ‘inherited’ from Armenians."

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    Mo & Jo fighting for the troops

    Jim Birkett / Mike Howard, 2010

    Mo & Jo fighting for the troops

    This couple from England has for years been sending personal letters and parcels to 'their lads and girls' who are in the army on a mission abroad.

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    Ebb and Tide

    Akile Nazli Kaya, 2010

    Ebb and Tide

    A young woman who reads from her diaries about her life in the Czech Republic while showing the life of her parents from Turkey

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    Dear Brother Sakir

    Ozge Yesilcimen, Bora Balbey, Bade Selcuk and Caner Kececi, 2010

    Dear Brother Sakir

    Sakir Turker is the charitable, beloved, fatherly owner of the cafe Sakir's Place, which has long become one of the symbols of Canakkale.

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    Travelling

    Francesca Togni, 2006

    Travelling

    Documentary film made by Francesca Togni (born 1990) from Italy.

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    Roki

    Marko Miksic, 2006

    Roki

    Documentary film about little boy Roki and his Roma family

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    My Brother

    Stephanie Smith, 2006

    My Brother

    A film about how a girl communicates to his disabled brother

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