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INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY & HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL
10.04 - 30.04
What does a ‘good life’ mean in our day and age? How do we define life fulfilment and what are the impediments preventing one to reach this potential?
OLD SCARS, NEW WOUNDS
As we move forward as societies, our past histories trail behind in shifting forms of geopolitical tensions and alliances, cultural hybridity and individual growth.
RESIST TO EXIST
It’s all too easy to take democracy as a given and take for granted the civil liberties that govern our day to day lives.
The colloquial idiom of 24/7 is ingrained in the DNA of our contemporary existence – an equally offhand commentary on our subservience to labour as the maxim of ‘living to work, or working to live.’
ALL THAT BREATHES
It’s inevitable that when thinking about this year’s theme, “a good life,” one would instinctively project onto it the attribute of a singular individual, from which perhaps, one would expand its descriptive coverage to a community and further on, to nati
RETROSPECTIVE - ŽELIMIR ŽILNIK
Želimir Žilnik is undoubtedly one of the most prominent and provocative directors of socio-political film, the “rebel” of the Yugoslav and post Yugoslav cinema.
RETROSPECTIVE - THE VISUAL ARTS FOUNDATION, THE 1990'S
If an album of moving images from the first post-communist decade exists, one should search for it at the Visual Arts Foundation
RETROSPECTIVE - JOCELYNE SAAB
It is difficult to sum up a filmmaker’s artistic output, let alone one whose life and work gravitated around the complex entanglement of history and geopolitics that marked the Middle East post-WW2
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