Jorge is a short documentary about a Senegalese inmigrant who lives in Jerez de la Frontera. He tells us how he came to Spain from Senegal and a tale his mother told him and his brothers to find there are no big differences between the base of different cultures.

This video was produced by Lucas Tello and belongs to a series proposed by ZEMOS98 under 'Urban Culture' and 'Local Heroes' categories. ZEMOS98 asked ten sevillian video artists for small pieces reflecting youth getting ahead with their projects, urban sports and appropiation of public areas or urban artistic expressions.

This work is part of Doc Next Network media collection. For more information visit docnextnetwork.org.

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Edwin Bendyk curates: Respect, appreciation, solidarity.

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Who is a stranger? Who is one of us? The mechanisms of ‘stranger production’ inspired thousands of writers, many films were dedicated to it, some masterpieces among them. One might think that the problem of exclusion and excluding was moved to scientific…


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Who is a stranger? Who is one of us? The mechanisms of ‘stranger production’ inspired thousands of writers, many films were dedicated to it, some masterpieces among them. One might think that the problem of exclusion and excluding was moved to scientific archives and libraries. But instead, we often wonder if an open inclusive community, based on respect and appreciation for everyone, is just an episode of history. Edwin Bendyk, Polish writer and journalist, selected Doc Next Network films inspired by this question. Edwin Bendyk is interested mostly in topics revolving around the theme of social transformations. His research is focused on how developments in science and technology impact our culture and social life, our politics and the economy. More info docnextnetwork.org

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