1. Le Projet FAIA vu par Aly BOUCO

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    • Life Sciences Film Festival 2012 Trailer

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      International Festival of Documentary Films on Natural and Agricultural Sciences and Sustainable Development, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, www.lsff.cz

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      • Videoblog on CAP| Episode 6: Conclusion

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        CAP is the Common Agriculture Policy of the European Union, and costs around 50 billion euro per year. Why do farmers and gardners need that amount of money? How do we treat our animals? And do young people today even want to be a farmer? In this last episode Samuel Levie visits Secretary of State Henk Bleker of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation. With all the stories and portraits of the young farmers and gardners on his mind, Samuel talks about the wishes and dreams of the young people for the future of our food system. Together the Youth Food Movement and the Dutch Agricultural organization for young people produced a series of six videoblogs on the future of our foodsystem in Europe. This way we want to stimulate the public debate between the city and the countryside

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        • It's Sad, but the Telling Takes Me Home

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          "It's Sad, but the Telling Takes Me Home," is an ongoing interdisciplinary series inspired by my family's defunct farm in Sonoma, California which has been passed down from successive generations for the last 160 years. My great-uncle was the last to work the land as a pear orchard in the 1960's, which is now leased to a local winery. The surrounding land is littered with antique agricultural tools and parts, once drawn by tractor and before that, horses. I have activated these rusted relics by creating site-specific installations, hung in direct juxtaposition to the land they once formed.

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          • DLIR Director Dwight Takamine, Hilo Agriculture Skill Panels, 1/24/12

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            The State of Hawaii's Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Director Dwight Takamine gives an opening speech at the East Hawai'i Agriculture Skill Panel Conference in Hilo, Hawai'i on January 24, 2012.

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            • Hawai'i County Mayor Billy Kenoi, Hilo Agriculture Skill Panel, 1/24/12

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              Billy Kenoi, Mayor of the County of Hawai'i, provides his opening remarks at the Hilo/East Hawai'i Agriculture Skill Panel Conference on January 24, 2012.

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              • HDOA Chair Russell Kokubun, Hilo/East Hawai'i Agriculture Skill Panel, 1/24/2012

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                Hawaii Department of Agriculture Chair Russell Kokubun gives a short introduction at the East Hawai'i Agriculture Skill Panel Conference in Hilo, Hawai'i, on January 24, 2012.

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                • Und wir fahren

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                  In film theory, genre refers to the method based on similarities in the narrative elements from which films are constructed. Most theories of film genre are borrowed from literary genre criticism. As with genre in a literary context, there is a great deal of debate over how to define or categorize genres.[citation needed]. Besides the basic distinction in genre between fiction and documentary (from which hybrid forms emerged founding a new genre, docufiction), film genres can be categorized in several ways. Fictional films are usually categorized according to their setting, theme topic, mood, or format . The setting is the milieu or environment where the story and action takes place. The theme or topic refers to the issues or concepts that the film revolves around. The mood is the emotional tone of the film.

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                  • Z-Villes: Raffinerie Tirlemontoise

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                    • Total Village Transformation - Trailer

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                      Guatemala and its people are in severe need. Eighty percent of people in rural Guatemala live in poverty and nearly 50 percent of Guatemalans are living on less than $2 a day. Villages in Guatemala face more challenges than most of us can imagine. These villages are completely deprived of not only basic humanitarian needs, but spiritual needs as well. We believe that the people of Guatemala deserve a Total Village Transformation—one that drastically improves health, education, economics, and at the same time, their spiritual life. Learn more at http://worldhelp.net/transformation

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