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Hayat

Length:

18 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

حياة

Dialog language:

arabic

Synopsis:

" i will not believe them , he will not let me down . he will come back " Hayat

Cast & crew

Director: islam kamal

Producer: mamoon azmy

Distributor: mamoon azmy

Screenplay: mamoon azmy

Cinematographer: tamer nady

Editor: islam kamal

Sound design: micheal soliman

Music: ayman masoud

Art director: mohamed zedan

Costume: amina abo doma - mamoon azmy

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

How to immigrate to Canada

Length:

40 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

How to immigrate to Canada

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

An adventure spanning three continents and countless generations. A step-by-step quest for a home and a country to build it in. The story of a fitted tuxedo for a groom without a groom and his lost Canadian prince. A celebration of the Great North, where less may be more, and an exploration of the immigrations we are each making every day.

Cast & crew

Director: Don Bapst

Producer: Don Bapst

Distributor: VTape

Sales agent: VTape

Screenplay: Don Bapst

Cinematographer: Don Bapst

Editor: Don Bapst

Sound design: Don Bapst

Music: Rick Anton

Art director: N/A

Costume: N/A

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Offside

Length:

17 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Abseits

Dialog language:

german

Synopsis:

Der angehende Profifußballspieler Lukas kämpft mit sich und seiner Sexualität. Er fühlt sich zu Männern hingezogen. Doch aus Angst, dem äußeren Druck im Sport und im Privaten nicht standzuhalten, verleumdet er seinen Freund Christian und verleugnet sich selbst.

Cast & crew

Director: Hannes Stoll

Producer: Walther Ziegler

Distributor: Hannes Stoll

Sales agent: Hannes Stoll

Screenplay: Hannes Stoll

Cinematographer: Chris Julian Dittmar/Daniel Böck

Editor: Florian Huber

Sound design: Chris Burger

Music: Chris Burger

Art director: Thomas Achitz

Costume: Hannes Stoll

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Damage

Length:

3 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Damage

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

Short story about a robot who has lost his heart in his strange mechanical world and tries to find replacement to it.

Cast & crew

Director: Vladimir Vlasenko

Producer: Max Artemenko

Screenplay: Vladimir Vlasenko

Editor: Vladimir Vlasenko

Sound design: Igor Smirnov

Music: Igor Smirnov

Art director: Vladimir Vlasenko

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

Burmese Dreaming

Length:

54 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Burmese Dreaming

Dialog language:

english

Synopsis:

BURMESE DREAMING A Documentary Poem A young woman has a nightmare about the killing of her father by soldiers in a mountain village in Burma. She wakes up. She is in a refugee camp on the Thailand-Burma border. This is where she has lived for 6 years but still her mind is not here. Instead, it drifts between the realities of refugee life and dreams and day-dreams about Burma and a life she used to live. She is with her childhood buffalo friend, Zu Zu Ma, she has imaginary conversations with her fishermen friends, and she dreams of the family she used to have. Burmese Dreaming combines a lyrical musical score with a non-fiction narrative scripted by refugees from Umphiem Mai refugee camp and is based on the story a young woman who was imprisoned by the Burmese military at age 5. Footage for Burmese Dreaming has been filmed throughout Burma as well as in the refugee camps on the Thailand-Burma border. This is the first feature documentary of author, director and international award winning photojournalist Timothy Syrota.

Cast & crew

Director: Timothy Syrota

Producer: Timothy Syrota

Distributor: No longer Applicable

Sales agent: No longer Applicable

Screenplay: Timothy Syrota in association with 24 refugees in Umphiem Mai refugee Camp

Cinematographer: Timothy Syrota

Editor: Timothy Syrota

Sound design: David Lazaro

Music: David Lazaro and Graham Pointer

Art director: Timothy Syrota

Costume: NA

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: Yes

Nothing About Us Without Us

Length:

18 min

Age:

No limit

Original title:

Nothing About Us Without Us

Dialog language:

english,burmese

Subtitles:

spanish,japanese

Synopsis:

Is this the most controversial film made about refugees on the Thailand-Burma border? This is a time of upheaval and anxiety for the refugees of the Thai-Burma border and they are not being kept adequately in the picture. UNHCR are furious but their fury probably stems from the fact that refugee voices have been documented and found their way onto the international stage - screenings in New York, Washington, Geneva, Japan, Spain, France, the Foreign Correspondents' Club Thailand, and a private screening to 20 ambassadors and embassy staff at the Czech Embassy Bangkok. UNHCR has long been critized internally on the Thai-Burma border and finally some of those chickens came to roost. The Karen refugee groups unanimously laud the film for giving them a voice and perhaps the best review is that the Karen Women's Organization had t-shirts made up stating 'Nothing About Us Without Us' to reinforce the themes of the film.

Cast & crew

Director: Timothy Syrota

Producer: Timothy Syrota & Burma Partnership

Distributor: NA

Sales agent: NA

Screenplay: Jude James

Cinematographer: Timothy Syrota

Editor: Timothy Syrota

Sound design: Timothy Syrota

Music: Karen / Burmese ethnic artists

Art director: Timothy Syrota

Costume: NA

Technical & event information

Image format: 16:9

Screening format: Streaming

Shooting format: HD

Creative commons: No

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