Operation Filmmaking Part 2: inside Al Jazeera

     |    Thursday, der 19. May 2011

Posted by Stephanie Boyd for the New Internationalist blog I have an extra day in Qatar, once the film festival is over. My friends encourage me to visit the desert – where I can ride camels or sand buggies and sleep under the stars – or go scuba-diving, or even catch a short flight to 

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Operation Filmmaking

     |    Wednesday, der 11. May 2011

A view of the city of Doha  Posted by Stephanie Boyd It feels like I’ve won the lottery. A documentary I made about Peruvian farmers standing up to US and British-owned mining companies has been selected for the Al Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival in Doha, Qatar. Suddenly I find myself far from my Andean 

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Report from Prague, Comment on Japan

     |    Tuesday, der 15. March 2011

The One World Prague International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, is in full swing.The festival motto “Your energy is needed elsewhere” turned out to be highly prophetic, as will be discussed later. This year’s program sees a new high in terms of quality and relevance. Topics such as Guantanamo, homphobia around the world, children’s rights, 

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Berlin One World Film Festival: Complain It!

     |    Wednesday, der 3. November 2010

Hi friends. If this film clip from the documentary project Complaints Choir is any indication how the Berlin One World Film Festival is going to shape up this year, I think we can all start booking our tickets for the Arsenal Cinema NOW! One World Berlin is a sister project of realeyz.tv.