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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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    RTW

    Tamocho / Chez Nous, 2012

    RTW

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

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    Jerez of Babylon

    Álvaro Gestoso, Luis Rodríguez, Antonio Bellido, 2012

    Jerez of Babylon

    A song about the way of living in the south of Spain, the cultural things that make us different.

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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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    Grooves

    Gema Luque Higueras, 2012

    Grooves

    When you hear a song, you don’t listen only the song, you feel emotions of all the times you’ve heard it.

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    The Love Men

    Matthew Nesbeth, 2012

    The Love Men

    This short film was made by Matthew Nesbeth (born 1986) from the United Kingdom.

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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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    From Estate to Estate

    Elvis Rimdap, 2012

    From Estate to Estate

    'I never really got the knock-back at first because, especially in Crewe, 'cause no-one else was doing it, it was a new thing, people were excited by it, people loved it'.

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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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    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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    Rice Pudding

    Juan José López, 2012

    Rice Pudding

    There are more than reasons to criticize politicians, but there is a lack of courage to run in the elections.

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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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    Jamming the Code

    Ro Trejo, 2012

    Jamming the Code

    Six musicians who do not know each other, come together to improvise in a code (jam session) to talk about it, expressing themselves and remixing it.

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    Alternativa

    Luksuz Produkcija, 2012

    Alternativa

    A portrait of the punk-hardcore band Alternativa

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    The Meat and Onions Gang

    Mari Shibata, 2012

    The Meat and Onions Gang

    «I just want people to have opportunity. I want people to have a decent education. I want the kids round here to understand that they can do other things wth their lives, that they don't have to settle for that... That's really what I'm about».

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    Vampires

    Jesús Escudero, 2011

    Vampires

    Promotional Video mix of the song “Vampires” extracted from the rough cut “Last Boy Song” by Lastboy.

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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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    Glued

    Benoit Detalle, 2011

    Glued

    A look at the past, when Berlin wall fell and David Hasselhoff sang Looking for Freedom to citizens on West Germany and the way things have come along since then, with the United States trying to get control of the whole world.

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    Our Dangerous Demands

    Fernando García Tamajón, 2011

    Our Dangerous Demands

    “Our dangerous demands to governments and markets are…” Oakland police brutality remixed with Judith Butler’s speech “We demand the impossible”.

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    Listen from the Ney

    Merih Yildirim, Ayse Uyanik, Halil Ibrahim Gokcan, 2011

    Listen from the Ney

    Documentary about a local "neyzen", who plays, teaches and makes ney flutes.

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    Music in Seville

    Antonio Jiménez Rodríguez, Eder Nevef, 2011

    Music in Seville

    A little report about music in Seville.

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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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    To My Uncle

    Carlos Pardo Ros, 2011

    To My Uncle

    A fast mix of images apparently unrelated which tries to show some of the ideas the author wanted to communicate to his uncle, a very deep involved in Spanish culture person.

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    Noise

    Nazli Albayrak, 2010

    Noise

    Nazlı Albayrak presents a poetic take on her life, which she thinks is like a symphonic orchestra.

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    Let's move

    Marta Świderska, 2010

    Let's move

    Experimenting with dance as a way of integration between young and senior people

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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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    The Institute of Avant-garde

    Zuzanna Solakiewicz, Kinga Gałuszka, 2009

    The Institute of Avant-garde

    Do concert's have to take place in philharmonics halls? The Institute of Avant-garde organises them on the rooftops of Warsaw's buildings, with alternative music and amazing views.

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    The Laboratory

    Karina Skwara, 2009

    The Laboratory

    Piotr Prokaryn is a researcher at one of Warsaw's laboratories. In his free time he composes and writes songs.

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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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    Too Much

    Yannis Deliveis, 2006

    Too Much

    A music based drama documentary about someone who gets addicted to video games and can't handle the real world.

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