1. Esperanza Spalding - We Are America


    from ESP Media / Added

    Take a stand. Call the White House (1-202-456-1111) and say: Indefinite detention and unfair trials are illegal, un-American and unnecessary. I support the President in closing Guantanamo for good. Spread the word: http://takeastandforjustice.org/ © ESPLLC

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    • Un viaje por Cuba


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      This is a short video about our trip through Cuba for 3 weeks. 2013 Music: The Mute - Radical Face From The Mouth Of And Injured Head - Radical Face

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      • Everyone Needs A Cheerleader


        from Fons Schiedon / Added

        Created on the occasion of Pictoplasma's 10th Anniversary exhibition. 10 badges of dishonor comment on some of the major global events of the last decade. Animated by Dante Zaballa and Gabriel H Fermanelli Idea/Design/Compositing by me More info: http://fonsschiedon.com/Everyone-needs-a-cheerleader

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        • EL-P "SMITHEREENS"


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          Producer: Julian King Co-Producer: James Bednark Director: Cassidy Gearhart Director or Photography: Jody Lee Lipes Editor: Nathan Caswell & Jeremiah Zagar Production Design: Michael Bednark SFX Makeup: Marilyn Wise (on set photos by Marco Giampaolo) www.insecretagreement.com

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          • Performance in front of the American Embassy, Berlin


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            A man stands at the barrier in front of the American Embassy. All of a sudden he throws off his coat. Around his upper arms and ankles he has tied fine bands in Guantanamo Bay orange color. He is naked and distributes fliers. It is July 4th, the American Independence Day. Passers-by take the fliers, looking quite interested. On it you can read the following: "Do you want to be a slave forever?"

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            • Le livre de ta vie


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              VideoClip de Marijane Miracle, Album "La fin du monde" Miracle TM - 2009 Réalisé par Systaime ( Systaime.com )

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              • Harraguantanamo


                from gnomade / Added

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                (French and English version below) Ilyess, 30 anni, originario di Zarzis (Tunisia) ha documentato il suo viaggio da "harraga", clandestino, in 70 fotografie scattate col cellulare tra il 28 marzo e il 17 aprile 2011. Dalla traversata a Lampedusa, tra emergenza e accoglienza, fino a una tendopoli dove ha vissuto per 13 giorni. "Come a Guantanamo", dice lui: senza acqua a sufficienza per le docce di 700 persone, tra tentativi di fuga inizialmente negati dalle forze dell’ordine, nella costante incertezza sul proprio destino. Il cellulare di Ilyess fotografa il barcone carico di migranti, la famiglia che lo accoglie a Lampedusa e poi, soprattutto, la tendopoli di Trapani, la sua “Guantanamo”: le razioni di cibo (consegnato da dietro un’inferriata per ragioni di sicurezza), le schede telefoniche, i momenti di svago giocando a calcio o ballando, gli scioperi della fame e del sonno organizzati per protesta e, infine, il “permesso di soggiorno temporaneo per motivi umanitari”. Gli ultimi scatti mostrano il paesaggio siciliano che vede dal pullman, finalmente libero di proseguire il suo viaggio e tentare di raggiungere Parigi. Immagini: Ilyess ben Chouikha Montaggio: Giulia Bondi Musica: Caldero Roots, Paiheux Thanks to: Luigi Ottani, Piero Del Giudice **** Français 70 photos, prises avec son portable du 28 mars au 17 avril 2011, témoignent du voyage de « harraga » (clandestin) de Ilyess, 30 ans, originaire de Zarzis (Tunisie). De la traversée vers Lampedusa, entre émergence et accueil, jusqu'à son arrivée au campement de Trapani, où il a vécu 13 jours « comme à Guantanamo » (comme il le dit lui-même) : pas assez d'eau pour les douches devant être utilisées par 700 personnes, les tentatives d'évasion d'abord niées par la police, l'incertitude constante quant à son sort. Le portable d’Ilyess photographie le bateau chargé de migrants, la famille qui l'accueille à Lampedusa et puis et surtout le campement de Trapani, qu’il définit comme « son Guantanamo » : la bouffe (qu’on lui donne de derrière une grille pour des questions de sécurité), les carte téléphoniques, les moments de détente en jouant au football ou en dansant, les grèves de la faim et du sommeil organisées par protestation et enfin le permis de séjour temporaire pour protection humanitaire. Les dernières images montrent le paysage sicilien qu’il voit par la fenêtre du bus quand il est enfin libre de poursuivre son voyage et essaie de rejoindre Paris. Ilyess arrive à Paris le 20 avril 2011. Photos : Ilyess Ben Chouikha Traitement : Giulia Bondi Musique : Caldero Roots, Paiheux Merci à : Luigi Ottani, Piero Del Giudice **** English 70 photos, taken with his mobile phone from March 28 to April 17, 2011, show the journey as "harraga" (clandestine) of Ilyess, 30, a native of Zarzis (Tunisia). The crossing to Lampedusa, between emergence and host, until he reaches the camp of Trapani, where he lived for 13 days "like Guantanamo" (as he says): not enough water for showers to be used by 700 people, escape attempts initially denied by the police, the constant uncertainty about his fate. Ilyess mobile phone photographs the vessel carrying migrants, the host family met in Lampedusa and above all the camp of Trapani, which he defines as his "Guantanamo": the food (given from behind a grid for security issues), phone cards, relax moments playing football or dancing, the hunger strikes and protests and finally the temporary residence permit for humanitarian protection. The latest images show the Sicilian landscape Ilyess sees through the window of the bus when he is finally free to continue his journey and tries to reach Paris. Ilyess arrived in Paris April 20, 2011. Photos: Ilyess Ben Chouikha Treatment: Giulia Bondi Music: Caldero Roots, Paiheux Thanks to: Luigi Ottani, Piero Del Giudice

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                • President Obama: Our Security, Our Values


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                  The President speaks at length on how American values and security are intertwined, touching on issues form closing Guantanamo to State Secrets. May 21, 2009. (Public Domain)

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                  • The Last Taino [Documentary Trailer]


                    from Mangas Films / Added

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                    A filmmaker’s clandestine expedition through the communist island of Cuba in search of an indigenous tribe rumored extinct for over three centuries. According to most historical accounts the Taínos, native people of Caribbean islands like Puerto Rico, Hispañola, and Cuba, became extinct shortly after the arrival of the Spaniards in 1492. After hearing a rumor about the existence of a surviving tribe in Guantanamo, Cuba, filmmakers Dre Torres and Tony Cortes travel to the communist country to find out the truth. What results is a dangerous covert voyage through the highly restricted mountains of Yateras despite the orders of Cuban military officials. http://thelasttaino.com The Last Taino [Documentary] is now availabe to BUY/RENT here http://vimeo.com/ondemand/thelasttaino

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                    • 5x5 (6)


                      from 40 Watt Films / Added

                      A clown at Guantanamo, a tube, a war cry, a mobile, Nelson Mandela.

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