The Muslim celebration of Eid is like Christmas. In the camp however, there was a feeling of sadness as many were spending the day without their families, surrounded by squalor with dwindling hope of ever reaching Britain. Despite this, some men in the Afghan section hooked up a speaker and started to dance.

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In this video poem, Abu Walid expresses his feelings about his “safe space” and “home” tent within a desperate refugee camp. The film is revealing of the trauma and depression felt by many residents of the camp, and the human desire to build a home wherever we find ourself.

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Lesbians debates about how community treats them and by dating other girl’s. They also thinks boys in their community they can’t except that they are dating their girlfriends.

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This film was part of a twelve-part series entitled, Uyafun’undazi?’ or ‘Do You Want To Know Me?’ The series was created during a programme run in 2012 in Cape Town and funded by The Cape Film Commission. The young filmmakers chose to take a common statistic relating to the townships and profile an individual living […]

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Our young filmmakers from Palestine tackle the sensitive issue of gender discrimination in this drama – which follows the lives of a brother and sister living with their mother while their father is away.

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This film was made during a project in Free State in 2008 with students from Niekerksrus Secondary School. The programme was run in partnership with arts volunteering charity, Dramatic Need. Filmmaking programmes were run with each class from grade 7 to grade 12. The results were amazing

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This film was made during a project in Free State in 2008 with students from Niekerksrus Secondary School. The programme was run in partnership with arts volunteering charity, Dramatic Need. Filmmaking programmes were run with each class from grade 7 to grade 12. The results were amazing

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Filmed by students in a refugee camp in Bethlehem, Palestine. The concept was created by discussions about the difficulties of girls and boys making contact with each other in the camps.

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