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Touch the Sky

Adrian Wills | , , ,

TOUCH THE SKY is a film for anyone who has ever wanted to travel to space. Using a fly-on-the-wall-style, the project follows owner and founder of world famous Cirque du Soleil, Guy Laliberté, as he makes his way to the International Space Station (ISS).

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The mutability of all things and the possibility of changing some

Anna Marziano |

A poetical-political experience taking place in L'Aquila, an italian town struck by an earthquake: everyone has to face the change, someone get the opportunity to live it.

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Fishing in Esperanza

Anders Flatlandsmo | ,

A filmmaker, a society and a fisherman, all hoping for something, a change, a basic incident to happen.

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Gokula – A Place on Earth for Cows

Donna Lipowitz |

In picturesque Hertfordshire on the outskirts of London, we meet ‘Syam’ a Hare Krishna devotee and farmer who uses traditional farming practices rarely seen in the modern western world. He demonstrates how Cows and Oxen can be much more valuable to us than just meat and milk.

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demo_lition

Dorothea Carl I Claudia Reiche |

Demolition of buildings in Hamburg offer spectacles of precise destruction. The film adds in-depth interviews of those affected.

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Not giddy yet aerial

Jenny Holt |

Working environment and tourist gaze: observations of the everyday in the English Lake District.

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River Dog

James Muir, Oscar Daniel Hunter |

An intimate look into a farmers life, and the struggle he endures to protect the river he lives by.

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The Art-Qaeda’s Project

Wei-Ming Ho |

A mysterious journey or a silent protest? By means of guerrilla action, this project projects images across the cityscape.

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Cowboys in India

Simon Chambers |

Often described as "The Real Avatar", tribals take on British mining giant Vedanta in a funny and revealing saga on Indian development.

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Nutshimit – on the land

Sarah Sandring |

An intimate portrait about one of the last nomadic hunting people in Northern Canada. A riveting and emotional film about tradition and the future.

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