1. #5 Abounaddara Q & A - Human Rights Weekend 2015 Amsterdam

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    Live stream recording - 2015-01-30 - 22.50 - https://facebook.com/events/1527678384180491/1551528535128809 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/cinema/hrw+-opening%3a-abounaddara-shorts/e_9758230/p_11695830/ http://www.debalie.nl

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    • #4 Abounaddara Shorts - Human Rights Weekend 2015 Amsterdam

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      Live stream recording - 2015-01-30 - 22.21 - https://facebook.com/events/1527678384180491/1551528535128809 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/cinema/hrw+-opening%3a-abounaddara-shorts/e_9758230/p_11695830/ http://www.debalie.nl

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      • #3 Abounaddara Shorts - Human Rights Weekend 2015 Amsterdam

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        Live stream recording - 2015-01 - 30-21.39 https://facebook.com/events/1527678384180491/1551528535128809 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/cinema/hrw+-opening%3a-abounaddara-shorts/e_9758230/p_11695830/ http://www.debalie.nl

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        • #2 Opening - Human Rights Weekend 2015 Amsterdam

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          Live stream recording - 2015-01-30 - 20.40 - Human Rights Watch will present the third edition of the Amsterdam Human Rights Weekend from January 30 to February 1, 2015 at De Balie. The theme is “Reporting Change: Behind the Scenes in the Middle East and North Africa.” The weekend will include films, a play, and panel discussions with Human Rights Watch experts, film directors, photographers, and journalists. Topics include “emergency cinema” in Syria, revolution and repression in the digital age, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS), Libya, front-line journalism, conflict and refugees, and Egypt’s forgotten revolution. “The huge challenges facing the Middle East made this an obvious focus of this year’s Human Rights Weekend,” said Anna Timmerman, senior Netherlands director at Human Rights Watch. “We want to raise awareness and spark critical reflection with an interesting array of films, discussions, theatre, and photography about key human rights issues in the Middle East that also directly affect Europe.” Partners of the Human Rights Weekend are: De Balie, ASN Bank, the Dutch Postcode Lottery, De Groene Amsterdammer, World Press Photo, and BKB. http://www.hrw.org/news/2015/01/20/amsterdam-films-debates-middle-east-challenges VIDEO PART #1: http://vimeo.com/debalie/1hrw2015 VIDEO PART #2: http://vimeo.com/debalie/2hrw2015 VIDEO PART #3: http://vimeo.com/debalie/3hrw2015 VIDEO PART #4: http://vimeo.com/debalie/4hrw2015 VIDEO PART #5: http://vimeo.com/debalie/5hrw2015 VIDEO PART #6: http://vimeo.com/debalie/6hrw2015 VIDEO PART #7: http://vimeo.com/debalie/7hrw2015 VIDEO PART #8: http://vimeo.com/debalie/8hrw2015 VIDEO PART #9: http://vimeo.com/debalie/9hrw2015 VIDEO PART #10: http://vimeo.com/debalie/10hrw2015 https://facebook.com/events/1527678384180491/1551528535128809 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/cinema/hrw+-opening%3a-abounaddara-shorts/e_9758230/p_11695830/ http://www.debalie.nl

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          • #1 Opening - Human Rights Weekend 2015 Amsterdam

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            Live stream recording - 2015-01-30 - 20.16 - Human Rights Watch will present the third edition of the Amsterdam Human Rights Weekend from January 30 to February 1, 2015 at De Balie. The theme is “Reporting Change: Behind the Scenes in the Middle East and North Africa.” The weekend will include films, a play, and panel discussions with Human Rights Watch experts, film directors, photographers, and journalists. Topics include “emergency cinema” in Syria, revolution and repression in the digital age, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS), Libya, front-line journalism, conflict and refugees, and Egypt’s forgotten revolution. “The huge challenges facing the Middle East made this an obvious focus of this year’s Human Rights Weekend,” said Anna Timmerman, senior Netherlands director at Human Rights Watch. “We want to raise awareness and spark critical reflection with an interesting array of films, discussions, theatre, and photography about key human rights issues in the Middle East that also directly affect Europe.” Partners of the Human Rights Weekend are: De Balie, ASN Bank, the Dutch Postcode Lottery, De Groene Amsterdammer, World Press Photo, and BKB. http://www.hrw.org/news/2015/01/20/amsterdam-films-debates-middle-east-challenges VIDEO PART #1: http://vimeo.com/debalie/1hrw2015 VIDEO PART #2: http://vimeo.com/debalie/2hrw2015 VIDEO PART #3: http://vimeo.com/debalie/3hrw2015 VIDEO PART #4: http://vimeo.com/debalie/4hrw2015 VIDEO PART #5: http://vimeo.com/debalie/5hrw2015 VIDEO PART #6: http://vimeo.com/debalie/6hrw2015 VIDEO PART #7: http://vimeo.com/debalie/7hrw2015 VIDEO PART #8: http://vimeo.com/debalie/8hrw2015 VIDEO PART #9: http://vimeo.com/debalie/9hrw2015 VIDEO PART #10: http://vimeo.com/debalie/10hrw2015 https://facebook.com/events/1527678384180491/1551528535128809 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/cinema/hrw+-opening%3a-abounaddara-shorts/e_9758230/p_11695830/ http://www.debalie.nl

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            • Rebekah Rose English Version

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              • Thud (2001)

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                Rude, crude, very Early Elmer. More performance than film. But here it is: Waterloo, Wellington, Blucher and the sound of thousands of bullets thudding into bodies.

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                • Two countries, one exile - A documentary on Syrian Kurdish refugees - Trailer V2

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                  Syrian Kurds are at the crossroads of two main geopolitical issues in the Middle East: on one side, the battle for the future of Syria; on the other side, the long struggle of Kurds in the whole region to achieve recognition, autonomy, possibly independence. Among them, more than 200,000 have fled Syria and taken refuge in Iraqi Kurdistan. How do they eke out a living? What kind of hospitality are they receiving? How do they manage to reconcile their double identity - Kurdish and Syrian - and which one prevails? "Two countries, one exile" is an independent documentary movie on the situation of Kurdish Syrian refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan. Federico Dessì and Justin de Gonzague created this documentary between July 2013 and December 2014, and the Focus on Syria network (www.focusonsyria.org) is now distributing it through film festivals, TV channels, cultural events and grassroots screenings. If you are interested in promoting and screening this documentary, please contact the authors at mail@focusonsyria.org Check the official website for additional information: www.focusonsyria.org/twocountriesoneexile

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                  • Look for Dollar Signs

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                    Lyrics: the rich ones now are pulling the strings and they’ll bend the truth to make you believe that fighting their wars makes sense for you “don’t you wanna support all the boys in blue” and the crooked senators are cashing their checks the middle east is their american west they say the native people can’t handle the land and if you love freedom you’ll lend a hand money and war are never far apart so when they rally the troops, I look for dollar signs now we pay a company to build our bombs and they say, “look at what they’ve got in Iran if you don’t keep up someone's gonna get killed peace is priceless but here’s our bill”

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                    • Royal Thai Airforce Military Parade

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                      The Royal Thai Armed Forces are famous for its creative choreography skills and discipline. This video is about the Royal Thai Armed Forces Day 2015, which commemorates the victory of King Naresuan the Great in a battle against the Vice-King of Burma in 1593. The armed forces take part in combined ceremonies and parades every January 18.

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