1. Iranian Human Rights Demonstration - 1st May, Vienna


    from Albert Pichler-Krivanec Added 31 0 0

    A short clip from iranian human rights activists, demonstrating against the regime in their country. Apart from its offensive foreign policy, the iranian regime is keen to chase, imprison und execute critics and oppositionists. With an highly active secret service, it even tries to keep track on exiles in other countries - Vienna as an example, where a large net of VEVAK agents operates

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    • POPULATION: Promise Rises With a Problem | LDC-IV


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      ISTANBUL, May 10, 2011 (IPS) - On the face of it, a rapidly rising population among the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) spells the usual doom about adequate resource distribution. But the least developed are also among the youngest in the world - and well channelled, they can be a valuable asset, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) head Babatunde Osotimehin told IPS. http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=55567

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      • Josephine Ho


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        Josephine Ho's lecture delivered at "Towards a Vision of Sexual and Economic Justice," an event held on November 29, 2007 at Barnard College.

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        • Untitled


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          • Introducing CampAshraf.org


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            Visit our site at: www.campashraf.org Amir Emadi, Co-founder of CampAshraf.org, introducing the website dedicated to Camp Ashraf, Iraq--home to 3400 Iranian dissidents.

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            • L'ORÉE (On the edge) - Le FILM


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              POUR UNE BONNE CONCENTRATION, MERCI DE VOIR LE FILM DANS UNE AMBIANCE CALME, EN PLEIN ÉCRAN ET AVEC DE BONNES ENCEINTES. BONNE PROJECTION ;-) _____________________ Un court-métrage de / A short film by Frédéric Bonnet Durée / Running Time : 15'45" FREDAUCARRE©FEVRIER2011 contact@fredaucarre.com www.fredbonnet.com _____________________ Histoire : Ce sont des civils, dans un pays en guerre. C’est une jeune femme avec un petit garçon. Ils habitent un chalet isolé en montagne. Cet endroit semble loin des événements, épargné. C’est leur vie quotidienne et ils font comme s’il n’y avait pas la guerre... Story : They are just civilians in a country at war. A young woman with a little boy. The two live in a secluded mountain hut, spared from war. The place seems far from the conflict, spared from its horrors. It's about their every-day life and they live it as if there was no war going on... _____________________ avec / with Bénédicte Le Lamer, Younès Abdelli, David Ferrigno, Julien Taix, Mikael Martinez, Eric Jacob, un film écrit et réalisé par / a film written and directed by Frédéric Bonnet, assisté de / assisted by Frédéric Labonde et / and Séverine André, image / cinematographer Maurizio Tiella, assisté de / camera assistant Anna Lequoy, électro / gaffer Andrea Graziosi, son / sound recordist Thomas Buet, décor / set designer Lionel Guy, régie générale / line producer Séverine André et / and Valérie Jonnet, costumes / costumes supervisor Lucie Maggiar, montage image / film editor Stéphane Canestrelli, montage et mixage son / sound editor & mixer Damien Tronchot, consultante scénario / script doctor Frédérique Piot, production FREDAUCARRÉ©2011 _____________________ FESTIVALS MAI 2011 - UNINVITED FESTIVAL  (Paris, France) MAI 2013 - MEDIAWAVE FESTIVAL (Gyor, Hungary) - International Film and Music Gathering JUIN 2013 - LA PLACE DE CLICHY FAIT SON CINÉMA (Paris, France) - PRIX "COUP DE CŒUR" DU JURY JUIN 2014 - FESTIVAL DES NOUVEAUX CINÉMAS (Paris, France)

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              • Courtroom Strategy: Episode 7 - Killing Osama bin Laden


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                Oscar Michelen & Matthew Chan debate the legality of killing Al Qaeda terrorist, Osama bin Laden.

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                • Gaza Strip


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                  In early 2001 I spent three months in Gaza filming material for this documentary, GAZA STRIP, working with local fixer and translator, Mohammed Mohanna. The second Palestinian uprising against Israeli military occupation had begun in September, 2000, and there had already been large numbers of deaths in Gaza when I started this project. Though the period this documentary covers includes the election of Ariel Sharon as Israeli Prime Minister and large incursions by the Israeli Defense Forces into Gaza, in retrospect the time depicted here is one of relative quiet. More recent Israeli attacks against Gaza have been far more destructive and deadly than what falls into the scope of this film. The time since the release of this film in 2002 has seen many changes, including the evacuation of illegal Israeli settlements inside the Gaza Strip and the election of Hamas. However, the occupation and attacks against Gaza continue, and the blockade of Gaza has intensified. It is my hope that this film will provide a partial introduction to Gaza for those who have come to the subject recently, and also serve as a document of its time. I am making this film available completely free, however those who wish to contribute to my future filmmaking efforts may do so using the Tip Jar here on Vimeo, via PayPal or mail on my website: http://www.daylightfactory.com/gaza/ Thanks! You may also rate the film or write a review on the IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0329112/ .......................... What the Critics Said: .......................... "The absence of voice-over narration and talking-head interviews gives his portrait of daily life under duress a riveting immediacy ... in the best verite tradition, there are moments in ''Gaza Strip'' that disclose a wrenching human reality deeper and more basic than any politics." -- A. O. Scott, The New York Times "This is simple, but strong, journalism, the kind that tells a distressing story. It is educational reportage, the kind you wish there would be more of on television." -- Claude Salhani, United Press International "A documentary to make the stones weep." -- J. Hoberman, The Village Voice "A chilling docu showing everyday life in the Gaza Strip ... a must-see for TVs interested in informing the public." -- Deborah Young, Variety "As a perspective that is largely excluded from American attention, it deserves the widest possible audience." -- Jane Adas, The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs "Longley constructs, through the eloquent editing of sound and vision, a riveting particularity so vivid that it transcends its physical borders to illuminate "everyday" life in divided cities, territories, and countries across the globe. " -- Lesley Smith, Pop Matters "... offering sequences that could rival Bunuel or Fellini ... one of the most important documentaries of recent times." -- Phil Hall, Film Threat (www.filmthreat.com) "Taking a step away from the back and forth over who has a right to be where that is at the heart of the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict, this important documentary from American filmmaker James Longley looks closely at the toll it has taken on people who are among those most affected by the violence: Palestinian children." -- Ken Fox, TV Guide : MovieGuide (www.tvguide.com) "In Gaza Strip the camera never blinks ... at once grim, eloquent and searing, a film with a riveting particularity all its own." -- Fawaz Turki, Arab News (www.arabnews.com) "This documentary is vastly revealing ... and it's bigger than a summer blockbuster, more important than all our movie stars or the academy awards ..." -- StaticMultimedia.com "Longley has presented convincing evidence that the Israeli occupation has created criminal and dehumanizing conditions for the people of the Gaza Strip. One would hope that this documentary would be broadcast on American television to reach the largest possible audience." -- Pamela Nice, AlJadid -- vol. 8, No. 39, Spring 2002 "Beautiful, heartbreaking, raw and revealing ..." -- Stephanie Saldana, The Daily Star

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                  • Packing Up


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                    How much must you leave behind in order to move ahead? Karol (50) is a man who has been forced to conform to an identity that society has thrust upon him. When he can stand it no longer he decides to step out and face his true identity no matter how difficult it may be. New Standard Creative Agency Created in 24 hours for the 24 Hour Film Race. Theme: identity theft Prop: deck of cards Action: answering the phone

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                    • INMUJERES Por las mujeres, todos los días, todos los derechos.


                      from Oliver Izquierdo Added 38 0 0

                      Campaña INMUJERES 10 años Por las mujeres, todos los días, todos los derechos. versión 30" Dir. Oliver Izquierdo D.P. Xavier Xeque Prod. Mercado Negro Producciones 2011

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