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A sonic portrait of a Mexican village focused on architecture and public space, ( ( ( ( ( /* ) ) ) ) ) is a sensory ethnography of culture and communication in a community founded by volcano refugees.

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Women’s Mobile Museum:

Women’s Mobile Museum:

Cindy Burstein and Anula Shetty create a powerful compendium of stories lived and told by women belonging to the inspirational Women’s Mobile Museum (WMM), a concept developed by iconic South African artist, Zanele Muholi. Eleven videos are featured in which the...

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Women Hold Up the Sky

Women Hold Up the Sky

Stories women climate activists in the DRC, Uganda and South Africa, who face off against the corporate interests behind coal, oil and mega-infrastructure projects that threaten the lives of their communities and the planet.

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Womb Dance

Womb Dance

This is a story about friendship, tolerance, social, humanity and love. Two friends who are professional dancers are on a journey to create a theater piece production that explores dance and poetry.

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When the Flame Speaks

When the Flame Speaks

This is a short documentary about the power of dreams in providing guidance towards one’s accomplishment of purpose in their lives. It’s a story told through 5 artists in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust

Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust

Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust is a meditation on a past belonging to a young woman who spent her childhood growing up in Portugal and later relocated to Macao, China, a former Portuguese colony. She offers a Portuguese perspective on these historical...

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Waking Stellenbosch

Waking Stellenbosch

Waking Stellenbosch, from Berlin-based filmmaker Sarah Marecek, who attended Stellenbosch University as a student, explores the traditionally Afrikaans campus in relation to the nationwide student protests which have rocked South Africa in recent years. The film explores the activism of the “born free” generation when confronted with an institution entrenched in a history of colonialism and Apartheid.

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Tin Soldiers

Tin Soldiers

Tin Soldiers tells the story of people afflicted with an extremely rare medical condition that slowly turns their connective tissue to bone. The resulting documentary is a compelling tale of courage in which these real-life ‘tin soldiers’ overcome their human frailty to show the spirit of resilience and survival, even within the most physically ravaged bodies.

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