1. One Billion Rising, One Soul to us All... OBR 2015


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    This beautiful dance, created by Amethyst Dovgal, brings the message of One Billion Rising poignantly close to our heart of hearts. The hauntingly beautiful music, One Billion Rising, created by Catherine Feeny for the global organization, completes the all around perfection of this work. Enjoy!

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    • Solidream, Three Years Of Challenges And Friendship Around The World - Trailer VOD


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      Available in VOD here : https://vimeo.com/ondemand/solidreamen Childhood friends decide to pursue their dream to go around the world and cycle 54,000 km, full of unusual challenges. Leaving with the original idea of reaching extreme parts of the globe, they face the aridity of Atacama and Australian desert, sail in the Furious Fifties and down to Antarctica, suffer from the dampness of the Amazon jungle, build a raft to paddle down the Yukon River and cross the high Bolivian plateau and the Tian Shan Mountains of Kyrgyzstan. During three years, ordeals and encounters reveal the unpredictable past of some of them. Along the road, they will learn the greatness of mankind.

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        from Alan Cross / Added

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        2015 marks the 25th annual celebration of Gay Pride and Diversity in the city of Brighton & Hove and this year the Carnival Of Diversity themed party is set to be bigger and better than ever before! I produced this first promo to push the fun side of the event in the run up to the big day on Saturday 1 August 2015. The film already has over 27,000 views on the official Facebook event page. The feeling is upbeat and energetic and you cannot find a better day out for all the family than a visit to Brighton Pride - it is a unique experience for people of all persuasions to enjoy! We are producing a second, more solemn film covering 25 years of gay rights, for screening on the main stage on the day, to underline the continuing struggle of some of our brothers and sisters in countries less fortunate than ourselves where freedom is not so easy to find. Watch out for the video when it comes. For now enjoy the parade and colourful scenes from the streets of Brighton!

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        • Conversation with Crew Pt. 1


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          Watch some of the cast and crew describe the film and their part in it!

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          • Mesude (2015)


            from Durmuş Bayram / Added

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            Mesude Bayram (43) Ankara'da yaşayan zihinsel 'engelli' özel bir kadın. Onu özel kılan şey ise yanından hiç ayırmadığı vesikalık fotoğraf albümü. Tanıdığı ve tanıştığı hemen her kişinin bir adet vesikalık fotoğrafını, yani 'suret'ini yanı başından ayırmıyor. Gün içinde sürekli olarak bu suretlere bakıp o fotoğraftaki kişilerin sevinçlerini ve üzüntülerini anarken bu kişilerin anılmalarına vesile olarak bir anlamda ailenin "hafıza bekçiliği" görevini üstleniyor... Bu kısa belgeselde, toplum içinde 'engelli' olarak adlandırılan ancak zaman ve mekan engellerini toplumun büyük bir bölümünden daha büyük bir marifetle aşabilmiş Mesude'nin günlük yaşantısına tanık oluyoruz. Mesude Bayram (43) is a mentally 'disabled' yet a 'special' woman. What makes her special is the portrait-photo album which she carries with her all the time. She collects the portrait photographs of the the people she knows and she meets. During the daily routine, she talks and leads family members to talk about these people in a way that she serves as a sort of “memory observer” of the family and friends. She removes the barriers of the time and space by regularly starting the discussion of the births, funerals, weddings that occurred in her social environment, providing a kind of mechanical solidarity in opposition to loosening family ties and human affairs. In this short documentary, we witness her daily life in an observational fashion.

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            • Marching Through The Fayetteville Farmers Market


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              On Saturday, May 2, 2015, black, brown, and white residents of Northwest Arkansas came together to demonstrate their solidarity with the people of Baltimore and to celebrate that #BlackSpring has begun. One part of the events that day was a march through downtown Fayetteville, including the Farmers Market. The response? Here's an eyewitness account: "...as we approached the Farmers Market, I could feel the emotion go up. As we first entered the Square, a silence fell over the crowd. A few musicians clapped, but most of the patrons and merchants simply stared. If there were epithets being said, they were said quietly enough that I did not hear over our chanting. What I noticed the most was the silence. I believe in this bastion of liberal thinking that is Fayetteville, it is generally accepted that most of those who go to the Farmers Market are more of the liberal mind set. And yet, all I could hear was their silence."

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              • Baltimore March May 2 Die In To Remember Those Killed By Police


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                On May 2, 2015, black, brown, and white residents of Northwest Arkansas came together to stage a Die In across from the Washington County Courthouse in Fayetteville in memory of all those killed by police.

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                • Baltimore March May 2 Juana Washington Reading "Black Lives Will Matter"


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                  On May 2, 2015 Juana Washington, of the Umoja Soul Writers Group, read her poem, Black Lives Will Matter, at Fayetteville's solidarity rally in support of the people of Baltimore. This poem is © Juana Washington, all rights reserved. This recording was made with her permission.

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                  • Baltimore March May 2 Dr Dowe


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                    On Saturday, May 2, 2015, black, brown, and white folks from across Northwest Arkansas came together to demonstrate their solidarity with the people of Baltimore. This clip from today's event is of UA professor Doctor Dowe welcoming and thanking the participants.

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