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Tag: language

    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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    Don't Bully My Pronunciation

    Nadia Aryeetey, 2014

    Don't Bully My Pronunciation

    15 year old Nadia tells about how it felt for her to go to a Swedish school when she was new in Sweden, and she struggled with the Sweidsh language.

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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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    First Steps (Sorry + Please)

    Cedoux Kadima, 2013

    First Steps (Sorry + Please)

    When Cedoux Kadima first came to the UK, he spoke no English, and had to try and navigate his way through London, picking up occasional words here and there.

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    Communication

    Alicja, 2013

    Communication

    Alicja initially found it difficult to express herself, and found inventive new ways to get her messages across.

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    Future

    Niki Quiterio, 2012

    Future

    A Spanish student talks with us about the problem of unemployment in Spain and the need of looking for job in other countries.

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    My Mother Tongue

    Jade Day, Levine Grant, Romana Khan, Nadiya gonsalves, 2010

    My Mother Tongue

    A documentary about 3 young people that moved to London when they were children.

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    Strange

    Pelin Oker, 2008

    Strange

    Sometimes I don't understand if I'm dreaming or not...

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    Nazli in Zlin - Lost in Translation

    Akile Nazli Kaya, 2006

    Nazli in Zlin - Lost in Translation

    Story about Nazli's communication problems as a Turkish arriving in Zlin (Czech Republic) without even knowing a single word in Czech.

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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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