1. How to Setup a Detention using ebs4

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    from SALM Support / Added

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    Explains the process to be followed should a LMBR school wish to schedule a detention using ebs4 - 4:55 mins

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    • Pills (Trailer)

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      from Jimmy Dallara / Added

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      Trailer for my new short film "Pills" showing the struggles of a boy bullied in High School Written by Jimmy Dallara / Trey Hennes Filmed by Finn Malone / Trey Hennes Edited by Jimmy Dallara @jd.media www.therealjdmedia.com

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      • Behind the idea of The Refugee Tales 2015

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        from Frances Freeman / Added

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        The Refugee Tales was a unique walk taken on paths taken by travellers over the centuries along the North Downs Way from Dover to Crawley via Canterbury, while reflecting on the long and dangerous journeys that many refugees make fleeing war and persecution. Please watch to find out more behind the idea and message of The Refugee Tales

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        • What Have We Learned Today?

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          from Lily Daroff / Added

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          Student Film Project at Imagination Stage 2015. Very different students all meet in school detention when unworldly events start to take place.

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          • Welcome to Australia

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            from Brooke Trezise / Added

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            This is designed to be listened to on headphones. Keyhan is one the most remarkable people I’ve ever met. He has led a life which I find inconceivable and now lives a mere 20min drive from my home. As a member of the Hazara Community in Afghanistan, Keyhan was under the daily threat of murder and other horrors perpetrated by the Taliban, which is why, in 2011, he made the treacherous journey to seek asylum in Australia. He was lucky he got here when he did. Since 2013 Asylum seekers who arrive in Australia via unauthorized boat are treated with accordance to the third party processing system, which means they are transferred to a third country as soon as reasonably possible where they will be processed under that countries law. The Australian Government’s 2013 resettlement arrangements with PNG and Nauru, are to the effect that Asylum seekers who are transferred to these countries, not only stay in that country while be processed, but will also be resettled there afterwards, thereby relinquishing the Australian government from the obligation of processing them under Australian law. Additionally, the more recent legislation which threatens to prosecute any healthcare worker who reports abuse in detention centers heightens the incredulously heartless attitude by the Australian Government toward refugees and asylum seekers. Why do we, as a country, turn away those who come to our doorstep for help, when we could so easily extend a hand instead? Format: Audio documentary, projection and film. By Brooke Trezise Story Keyhan Farahmand Actress Sage Goodrei Cinematographer Nils Crompton Interview by Jason L’Ecuyer & Brooke Trezise

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            • Israeli soldier 's opinion landed him in prison

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              from Deema Alfadl / Added

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              For The Stream on Al Jazeera English: What did this Israeli soldier say about the army’s treatment of Palestinians that got him a 7 day jail sentence? Read more: http://ow.ly/NsLCx (26 May 2015) Facebook post: http://on.fb.me/1QepIYO Twitter post: http://bit.ly/1FGFvwS

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              • Keep My Skin (Rough Edit)

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                A rough cut of Keep My Skin, from Removal Men at London Topophobia. Jonah Brody (keys), Nick Owen (drum machine). Shot by Dmitri Djuric. Edited by Richard Houguez. Mo sings a song written during his music workshop at Birchanger Immigration Removal Centre. "First you find me in the car park take me to the field Kiss my hair. Kiss my stare. Open up my stomach lining in the moon my guts are shining dash the lot against a tree kill the old me totally But keep my skin. Use the hole inside my torso as the chamber for the fire throw in the reports I done my audit wedding ring and tongue light it with your favourite lighter dedication burns flame brighter burn the past burn the longing and the memory of the longing But keep my skin. When the starling sings the morning nothing's left except for flesh hanging on the fence the failure of my self defence use it like a fleshy passport put it on and go abroad Just remember you're ignored. You kept my skin."

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                • Trailer DETAINED (FÖRVARET) ENG SUBS

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                  Detained, doc. 99 min, Anna Persson, Shaon Chakraborty 2015. Domestic release 10 April 2015. World sales: anna.weitz@rafilm.se In the outskirts of a Swedish town, behind the locked doors of a migrant detention center, twenty-five individuals are awaiting deportation. Sami, Aina and Sophie are portrayed during three summer months. Aina, 47, has been separated from her children as the police are stepping up efforts to enforce their expulsion order. Staff member Sophie, 29, loves her job, but struggles with the limits of her role as a civil servant. Sami, 20, is locked up, but free inside. Detained is an existential drama raising fundamental questions about freedom of movement and the value of life.

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                  • Working Illegally

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                    Working Illegally UK/2015/28mins Last year the UK Home Office detained approximately 30,000 people across a network of 13 detention centres. People are incarcerated in these centres for immigration reasons without trial or charge. Many are asylum seekers and other migrants who have committed no crime. They are detained for an indefinite period. Undocumented migrants are not allowed to work in the UK while their right to stay in the country is being processed. However, in detention they work for £1 per hour, saving the private security companies contracted to run detention centres vast amounts of money. The new documentary from Standoff Films, "Working Illegally”, looks behind politicians' rhetoric, the closed walls and barbed wire of UK border enforcement, to expose the reality of immigration detention, raising pressing questions concerning its nature and purpose. Told primarily through detainees' testimonies, based on original research by Corporate Watch, this film offers critical insight into the labour that maintains the UK detention estate, as well as a general introduction to the immigration detention system. www.standoffilms.com

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                    • Working Illegally - Samuel

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                      Working Illegally UK/2015/25mins Release: 2.5.15 Last year the UK Home Office detained approximately 30,000 people across a network of 13 detention centres. People are incarcerated in these centres for immigration reasons without trial or charge. Many are asylum seekers and other migrants who have committed no crime. They are detained for an indefinite period. Undocumented migrants are not allowed to work in the UK while their right to stay in the country is being processed. However, in detention they work for £1 per hour, saving the private security companies contracted to run detention centres vast amounts of money. The new documentary from Standoff Films, "Working Illegally”, looks behind politicians' rhetoric, the closed walls and barbed wire of UK border enforcement, to expose the reality of immigration detention, raising pressing questions concerning its nature and purpose. Told primarily through detainees' testimonies, based on original research by Corporate Watch, this film offers critical insight into the labour that maintains the UK detention estate, as well as a general introduction to the immigration detention system. www.standoffilms.com

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