A look at poetry from Western Sahara which takes a central part in the Saharawi resistance against the Moroccan occupation.
The second part of this film, looks at the daily life of various communities of resistance within the ZAD.
The film tells the story of the ZAD, a self-organised autonomous zone established to resist the construction of a second airport near Nantes
Berlin-based The Disorientalists tell the story of Essad Bey a.k.a. Kurban Said a.k.a. Lev Nussimbaum, author of ‘Ali and Nino’.
The second of two films about two Senegalese youth resistance movements “Y’en a marre” and “Boulfalé.”
The first of two films about two Senegalese youth resistance movements “Y’en a marre” and “Boulfalé.”
Venezuelan ensemble Joropo Jam open their 2017 Europe tour with a concert at the Bolivar Hall in London.
Dir Alicia Calderón talks about her film following three mothers in search of their children, disappeared during the Mexican war on drugs.
The play ‘Silent Song of the Genjer Flowers’ addresses Indonesia’s 1965-66 mass killings from the perspective of the victims.
The Phillipines experiences a film-making renaissance. Emilie Bickerton talks to ‘slow-cinema’ auteur and award winning director Lav Diaz.