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Tag: migration

    Demonstration Call Out

    Khalid Jone & AbdiHakin Nuur, 2018

    Demonstration Call Out

    This is a videocall to ask citizens of Amsterdam to join the demonstration in April 2018 in Amsterdam to raise awareness for the violation of human rights of undocumented refugees in Amsterdam.

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    Flight

    Voices of London, 2018

    Flight

    Young muslim voices

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    We Are Here Intermezzo

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    We Are Here Intermezzo

    Informative video about the situation of undocumented migrants of We Are Here in Amsterdam.

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    Survivor

    British Red Cross, 2018

    Survivor

    A once died man comes back to life

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    Video report: Eviction in Diemen

    Gadaa Hunde, 2018

    Video report: Eviction in Diemen

    In this Video Refugee and journalist Gadaa Hunde (28) interviews refugees and supporters at the eviction of an occupied building in Diemen-Amsterdam.

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    Vlog 5: They Are Welcome

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    Vlog 5: They Are Welcome

    Vlogger and refugee Eric Bimule (26) questions people on the street about hospitality in the Netherlands. Do Dutch people really give oppurtunity to refugees entering the Netherlands. Are refugees allowed to work and do they get acces to education?

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    Vlog 3: Illegal Asylumseekers

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    Vlog 3: Illegal Asylumseekers

    Vlogger and refugee Eric Bimule (26) questions the use of the word 'illegals', in this vlog he interviews people on what they think about the word and why people use the word. No person is illegal!

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    Vlog 6: It Is Not Safe There

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    Vlog 6: It Is Not Safe There

    Vlogger and refugee Eric Bimule (26) joins a demonstration (January 2018) in The Hague. The protest is about a deportation of an asylumseeker to Sudan.

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    Vlog 7: Imprisonment

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    Vlog 7: Imprisonment

    Vlogger and refugee Eric Bimule (26) questions alien detentiun. Why are people lockup if they didn't do any crime. Only because they don't have a passport.

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    Vlog 1: What is a refugee?

    Eric Bimule, 2018

    Vlog 1: What is a refugee?

    Vlogger and refugee Eric Bimule (26) walks through the city and asks random people on the street in the Netherlands: What is a refugee?

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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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    The World Is Fine

    Karim Al Rabat, 2018

    The World Is Fine

    “Do not give up, things will become better. After the rain comes the rainbow, it will shine after the storm.” (quote from the filmmaker)

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    Video Recipe #7 A youth video production workshop

    ZEMOS98, 2018

    Video Recipe #7 A youth video production workshop

    This is one of the video recipes produced after the publication of the Recipe book. It is a short video animation showing how Displaced in Media methodologies were tested in the different contexts of the project partners.

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    Video Recipe #4 The drop-in medialab

    ZEMOS98, 2018

    Video Recipe #4 The drop-in medialab

    This is one of the video recipes produced after the publication of the Recipe book. It is a short video animation showing how Displaced in Media methodologies were tested in the different contexts of the project partners.

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    I-dentity

    Lucrezia Pollice, 2017

    I-dentity

    The film features a diverse mix of 18 actors all telling the same story. The film intends to invite young Muslims from around the UK to share their stories.

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    Work Out

    Abdi Deeq, 2017

    Work Out

    A young underage Afghan migrant flees into Turkey not knowing where to go or what to do next. While preparing for his next journey into Europe, he practices hard and soft kicks.

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    Calling Home

    Jade Jackman, 2017

    Calling Home

    Through phone recordings, we document the reality of being a female asylum seeker inside Yarls Wood detention centre.

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    A Borderless World

    Abdi Deeq, 2017

    A Borderless World

    A glimpse into the journey taken by the unaccompanied asylum-seeking youth in Turkey.

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    My Life With Cricket

    Faseeh Choudhary, 2016

    My Life With Cricket

    14 year old Faseeh Choudhary tells the story about how his favourite sport, cricket, has followed him through life, from Pakistan to Sweden. He uses a digital story telling technique with still images combined with a personal voice recording.

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    Crossing

    Ibsa Abdé and Cheikh Oumar Traoré, 2015

    Crossing

    Cheikh Oumar and Ibsa tell us how they cross the sea to come France, the difficulties they encountered and how they have finally made it to Europe.

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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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    María Dolores

    Ellavled Alcano, Marta Girón, Pablo Domínguez, 2014

    María Dolores

    Maria Dolores, a fanatical South American, crosses the pond with the firm intention of achieving his dream: seeing his idol.

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    Insanity

    Osman Yüksel Bayram, 2013

    Insanity

    ‘’Of the 500 Palestinian villages in what became Israel in 1948, 400 were destroyed.. ”

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    Forced Migration

    Gülten Okçuoğlu, 2013

    Forced Migration

    In the 90’s one million five hundred thousand Kurds were forced to migration as their villages were burnt down.

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    Portmanteau

    Hande Zerkin, 2013

    Portmanteau

    "Packing and traveling are nice things. If only you were going on vacation..."

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    Gurbet City

    Mehmet Sami, 2013

    Gurbet City

    A collage of different images and music that contribute to the wide understanding of what a migrant is.

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    Foreigner for rent

    Agnieszka Małek, 2013

    Foreigner for rent

    "Are you a journalist? Do you want your event to be more exotic? This offer is for you! Only now - a foreigner for rent!"

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    Zero and One

    Hande Zerkin, 2013

    Zero and One

    "You must find your place in my fragile digital world. Will you be just another one or a zero of hope?"‘

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    My Ukrainian

    Krzysztof Janiak, 2013

    My Ukrainian

    Krzysztof Janiak read dozens of comments on polish forums for people looking for Ukrainian house help.

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    A Distance

    Ohmid Noori and Bassir Safi, 2013

    A Distance

    Bassir wants to come to France, but he has no money, can his brother Ohmid that is already in Marseille help him.

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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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    Limbo

    Hamid Reza Rajaby, 2013

    Limbo

    "The first question they ask is 'Have you got any documentation?' It's kind of confusing, and sad sometimes"

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    Migrant-Settler

    Hülya Mete, 2013

    Migrant-Settler

    “You are a frail migrant, how dare you aspire living in Byzantine? Get going and carry on or you will get a slap on your neck.”

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    Saddler

    Memduh Can Tanyeli, 2013

    Saddler

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

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    Bread with Roses, Roses with Bread

    Handan Kaygusuz, 2013

    Bread with Roses, Roses with Bread

    Every year, seasonal worker families of Arab origin start out their journey on a tractor from Urfa to Eskisehir and try to hold on to life in an area covered with almost 2500 tents.

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Somehow, I Am Scared of the Mountains

    Emine Seda Kayım, 2013

    Somehow, I Am Scared of the Mountains

    Fadime Kayım migrated to Istanbul from a village of Kastamonu during the 60’s and now lives in her “shanty apartment-building” that she built on the land she had invaded in Okmeydanı, Istanbul.

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    Zalim City

    Mehmet Sami, 2013

    Zalim City

    Some people in the society do not hesitate to make some others an object of mockery.

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    Oleksandr

    Anna Kulikowska, 2013

    Oleksandr

    This is all about Alexander. He comes from Ukraine. That's what we know about him. None of the people talking about him in the film have ever met him.

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    Stranger?

    Kamil Rodzik, Magda Radwańska, 2013

    Stranger?

    Neighbours of Lublin, Poland, are asked about Ukraine and Ukrainians

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    Today Here, Tomorrow in America

    Ferhad Eivazi, 2013

    Today Here, Tomorrow in America

    ”I’m in Turkey now, next week I’ll be in the States. But wherever I’m in the world, I will always love Afghanistan.”

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    Motherlands

    Anahita Rezaei, 2013

    Motherlands

    -What do you eat for lunch in preschool? - 3-year-old Anahita is asked by her father. - Potatoes - she replies. Anything else? - her dad inquires. - Potatoes, potatoes and potatoes - Anahita replies.

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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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    Another Day

    Yacine Mamouni / Chez Nous, 2012

    Another Day

    A pair of bored teenagers killing time on a Sunday, waiting for their friend.

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    Dreams

    Nayib Moran, 2012

    Dreams

    An interview to a Mexican inmigrant who paints children faces in Alameda de Hércules square in Seville

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    Black Sheep

    Dana Negoita, 2012

    Black Sheep

    'They looked at her carefully and they asked: but... why are you so black?'

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    Home Sweet Home

    Nadeya Haque, Safeen Ismat, Abida Yasmin, 2012

    Home Sweet Home

    An animated documentary about young people that emigrate from warzones as refugees.

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    A Life in Tarlabasi

    Busra Ornek, 2012

    A Life in Tarlabasi

    Wandering in streets of Tarlabasi, a girl is looking for traces of her lost hometown, Mardin.

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    I Enjoy La Alameda

    Max Landerman, 2012

    I Enjoy La Alameda

    We try to understand how the changes have been produced in the last few years in La Alameda de Hércules have modified the way it's enjoyed by the citizens in Seville.

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    Velitas

    Pablo Navarro, 2012

    Velitas

    There are two girls living in an occupied house nearby, they strongly believe that Velita can, in their time of need, help end all of the evictions.'

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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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    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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    Kikiriwikis

    Lucas Tello, 2012

    Kikiriwikis

    'When you get close to the border, the first thing you see is the huge fence, when you get closer, you look down, at the break in the fence, and you can see ants going across'

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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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    Crossing

    David Gallardo, 2012

    Crossing

    'To be migrant is different, to be migrant penguin is even much more different'

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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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    Merveille

    Aminata Hajjar / Chez Nous, 2012

    Merveille

    Aminata writes a letter to a friend, who has been evicted and sent to live in Belgium.

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    Inmate

    María Jesús Valenzuela, 2012

    Inmate

    Inmate is a reflection about space, as a physical and existential need.

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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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    Lives. Tell Me Your Story

    Abigail Steph, 2012

    Lives. Tell Me Your Story

    Do you remember when was the first time you took an ice-cream? Do you remember when was the first time you felt out of place?

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    Refika

    Ozge Deniz Ozker, 2012

    Refika

    “Does anyone know the story of Refika here?”

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    Refuges

    Lucia Cherubini, 2012

    Refuges

    'There's people that just feel identified as something else. Nor Italy, nor Spain, nor the place where they live, it's just a different place, a self place, just that.'

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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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    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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    Remembering

    Erhan Arik, 2011

    Remembering

    Short documentary film is about an old woman and her memories about being 1 of the 2 survivors of brutal killings during the Armenian/Turkish war.

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    Now, Listen!

    Dominik Dušek, 2011

    Now, Listen!

    A reflection about poverty and how politicians manage that matter.

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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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    Soil

    Erhan Arik, 2010

    Soil

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

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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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    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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    Ethnoleague

    Gosia Juszczak, 2010

    Ethnoleague

    Twelve teams played in football tournament "Ethnoleauge" for several months.

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    Travelling

    Francesca Togni, 2006

    Travelling

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

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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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