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From Palestine to Africa

Day 4 and it had two distinct themes - the Palestinian/Israeli issue and Africa in all its glory. Things sometime happen to me that seem too coincidental. I was traveling by Peoplemover to see two films about Palestine and then suddenly noticed the Durban Holocaust Centre. I've been trying to find it for years and then it just pops up. Maybe it was a sign... 5 Broken Cameras is an intensely personal documentary made by a resident of Bil'in called Emad Burnat , who started filming his life, t...

River to River documentary: The Aryan Saga

THE ARYAN SAGA -- A TALE OF WANNABE MASTERRACE MOTHERSIn the documentary section Sanjeev Sivan's "The Aryan Saga" starts out like a colorful Himalayan tribal travelogue but slowly sneaks a time bomb into the Llaps of the unsuspecting audience, with a film which unleashed the most heated post screening discussion of the entire festival. It is generally accepted historically that somewhere around 1,500 BC the Indian subcontinent was invaded from the north by so-called Aryan tribes who spoke langu...

FIFET Festival at Unesco strikes at slavery

FIFET       VISIONS OF SLAVERY IN CINEMA   This is the theme of the 9th edition of the Festival international du film contre l'exclusion et pour la tolérance « Visions de l’esclavage au cinéma » organised by FIFET, held December 5th through 13th at UNESCO in Paris, FRANCE.   In conjunction with the Unesco-themed program on the "Slave Route", several features dedicated to aspects of slavery from countries ...

Visions of slavery in film at FIFET

9e International Festival of Film Against Exclusion and for ToléranceDecember 5 – 13 2008UNESCO: 7 place de Fontenoy, Paris 7For its 9th edition, FIFET is presenting feature films on slavery in partnership with UNESCO's Slave Route project and Slave Memory Comitee (Comité pour la mémoire de l’esclavage).World is characterized by diversity, with everyone's history and memory being part of a shared heritage. This retrospective promotes and highlights an important side of this common histo...

Director´s Statement: Paul van den Boom

Monday, June 9------Dutch director Paul van den Boom was born in the Netherlands in 1973 and studied film and visual arts in Brussels. Since 1999, he has been living in Canada, working on many Canadian and American film and television projects. In 2004, he completed his first documentary, ACROSS THE ATLANTIC, and is presenting his newest film AMERICAN PSYCHE at Festroia."I wanted to meet everyday Americans, those that we don´t see on television or hear on the radio. I wanted to grasp the A...