1. J'arrose mes racines - TEASER documentaire Vietnam de Hoang Nguyen LE


    from Nguyen Le Added 36 2 0

    Comment savoir où tu vas sans connaître d’où tu viens ? La réalisatrice Hoang Nguyen LE prend son envol vers le pays de ses origines, le Viêtnam. Elle se livre à travers ce voyage initiatique au cœur de sa famille qu’elle connaît peu. Elle leur pose des questions sur leur idéaux, leurs opinions, leur mode de vie. Nous assistons à une rencontre où partage de cultures, questionnement de ses racines, moments intimes dessinent ce voyage fort en émotion entre une boat people vivant en France et les membres de sa famille restés au Pays. Il s’en dégage un portrait touchant de Viêtnamiens d’hier et d’aujourd’hui mais surtout il pose le portrait intime de l’auteur à faire partager ce que chacun d’entre nous peut éprouver au cours de sa vie : le sentiment d’exil intérieur. Documentaire en cours d'écriture. Teaser issu d'images de repérage. Ho Chi Minh Ville 2014.

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    • Australian Refugee Animation


      from Zach Dyson Added 25 0 0

      After doing research on the number of refugees who are either taken to Christmas Island, or worse, killed because their boat sunk on their way to Australia, I decided to create an informative animation on the subject of refugees.

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      • Bound for South Australia - Asylum Seeker Street Art Project


        from Peter Drew Added 3,587 16 0

        The Story of Ali, a young man who fled violence in Afghanistan and Pakistan to seek asylum in Australia. Ali was one of 7 asylum seekers who contributed to the 36 images posted around Adelaide, South Australia. They came from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Somalia & Sri Lanka. Special Thanks to 'Circle of Friends' & 'The Welcome Centre' and of course, thanks to all the asylum seekers who contributed their stories, drawings and poems. Spoken by Ali Rezai Muhammad Filmed, Directed and Edited by Frazer Dempsey Concept and Production - Peter Drew Creative Consultant - Matthew Bate Graphic Design - Julie White Music: Zephyr Quartet - 'Dinaresade' The White Family Band - 'Bound For South Australia'

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        • Agua/Water


          from Maria Lino Added 16 0 0

          "Agua/Water" seduces with the rhythmic repetition, endurance, and the lure of the sea for pleasure, adventure or freedom, finding water in the midst of water.

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          • Bombs to Blessings


            from David Lam Added 73 0 0

            For my thesis, I unearthed a story I had never heard in detail or truly understood. I was afraid to ask questions until now. My thesis is the personal story of my parents’ courageous journey of escaping Vietnam and enduring a multitude of obstacles. Over a five day period, my parents’ traveled on seven different vessels in the South China Sea before reaching an island called Pulau Bidong, off the coast of Malaysia. They lived in Malaysia as refugees for one year before settling in America. My parents’ story is a unique experience that represents the 2 million Vietnamese who fled their homes between 1975 and 1985. Today, there are an estimated 43.3 million forcibly displaced people worldwide — the highest number since the mid-1990s.

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            • Mohammad Ali Baqiris story


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              Here Mohammad passionately tells his story to a crowd of 30,000 in Melbourne's Treasury Gardens Australia’s March in March rallies took place at around 30 locations around OZ on the 15th & 16th … & culminated in a March on Canberra on the 17th. The consensus on the total number of marchers was 112,000. The primary reason for the rallies & growing movement are many community concerns about what’s happening in their name. Hence … ‘not in my name ‘ as one of the themes. There’s a widespread lack of confidence in our government ... & a deep concern over the direction & speed that Prime Minister Tony Abbot & his team of miscreants are dismantling the common wealth of the people he’s supposed to represent. The first of the speakers at this rally was Mohammad Ali Baqiri … he was a refugee asylum seeker – one of the lucky ones who were allowed in to make good in OZ. He’s a Hazara from Afghanistan, who fled with his parents & 5 siblings when he was only 10 years old. Apart from ongoing wars … the Hazaras have been brutally persecuted for hundreds of years. After a disastrous boat trip & 3 years inprisonment in Nauru he finally gained an OZ visa. He’s currently studying for a double degree in law & business … & is already an accredited interpreter.

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              • March in March Brisbane


                from Eva Lunde Bentley Added 41 1 0

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                • March in March Brisbane - 'Refugee'


                  from Eva Lunde Bentley Added 35 0 0

                  Music by David Bentley Video/Edit by Eva Lunde Bentley

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                  • sailing along Pokai Bay


                    from Hieu Nguyen Added 22 0 0

                    Tìm låi cäm giác vÜ®t biên 35 năm về trước.

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                    • "Welcome to the Lucky Country" Trailer


                      from Andrea Costa Lima Added 15 0 0

                      Produced by Soul Vision Films and Pixel Frame, "Welcome to the Lucky Country" is satirical short drama that centres around Welcome to the Lucky Country, a notorious and popular 'Aussie' reality TV show that plucks 'lucky' asylum seekers (aka 'boat people') out of immigration detention to compete for the ultimate prize, an Australian permanent residency. So far, no refugee has made it past the degrading challenges put before them. But when a young woman from Iran is chosen to compete, things take a dramatic turn.

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