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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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    Bodies

    Rocío García Martínez, Gema Luque, Ana Maeso, Tania B. Martínez and Marta López, 2014

    Bodies

    Diverse, multiple bodies... our bodies.

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Secrets

    Alda Shama, 2012

    Secrets

    An Egyptian girl talks about being forced to meet her future husband.

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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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    Outside Mirror

    Ángel Montalbán, 2012

    Outside Mirror

    A reflect of the society, to question the structures and social networks, and to centre the excluded.

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    I'm Here To Stay

    Ngoné Hajjar / Chez Nous, 2012

    I'm Here To Stay

    A black girl sits next to an old white man on the metro in Paris.

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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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    Coffee for One

    Riley Stevenson, 2012

    Coffee for One

    'I thought if I tried hard enough, I would be the woman he wanted'

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    An Andalusian Grandmother

    Juanma Moreno, 2012

    An Andalusian Grandmother

    A look at Andalusian women´s evolution through three generations focused on a grandmother´s life

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    Don't Shhh Domestic Abuse

    Michelle, Sophie, Clare, Colleen, 2012

    Don't Shhh Domestic Abuse

    A documentary that reinforces the importance of awareness of domestic abuse, specifically in young people,

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    The Mural of Care

    Héctor Rojo Letón, 2012

    The Mural of Care

    After their frustrated efforts to reach a better world, a group of migrant domestic workers decides to start looking for a way to defend their rights and improve their condition through the sharing their experiences.

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    Be Yourself

    Claire Wilkinson, Erin Kelly, Shannon Wilinson, Jennifer Boyle, Amy Phelan, Ami Nash, Seanan McCartney, Ahlam Lboukili, 2011

    Be Yourself

    A documentary that tells the story of a young girl who became unhappy after she felt pressured to change who she was to fit in with her friends in an interesting and innovative way.

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    Enclosure

    Akile Nazli Kaya, 2011

    Enclosure

    “The depiction of a nightmare caused by religious fanaticism”

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    US, THE WOMEN OF MURANOW

    Marta Świderska, 2011

    US, THE WOMEN OF MURANOW

    UFA is an organisation and space where different people meet: older ladies, lesbians, punks and others

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    Unconditional

    Kubra Yurtsever, Ibrahim Zateri, Gozde Karadag, 2011

    Unconditional

    The short documentary is about a woman who helps animals living in the shelters and on the streets.

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    Women on Canvas

    Otilia Bábára, 2009

    Women on Canvas

    Three women guards at Brukenthal Museum in Sibiu, Romania

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