1. Lebanese Army #anamoutatarref "M113" by Phenomena

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    from Sami Saab / Added

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    Client: Lebanese Army Agency: Phenomena Creative Director: Sami Saab Production Company: Workshop Director: Najib Tawil Director of photography: Elie Kamal Post Production: Hedgehog Sound Design: Toni Kalaani

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    • Lebanese Army #anamoutatarref "Tank" by Phenomena

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      from Sami Saab / Added

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      Client: Lebanese Army Agency: Phenomena Creative Director: Sami Saab Production Company: Workshop Director: Najib Tawil Director of photography: Elie Kamal Post Production: Hedgehog Sound Design: Toni Kalaani

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      • Let the games begin - Belgrade

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        Serbia's recovery from the disasters of nationalism has been slow but sporting success offers a new vision of what it means to be a Serb. Monocle films travels to Belgrade to meet the future stars of tennis and football. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to www.monocle.com

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        • Our New National Anthem

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          A short film by Scottish, contemporary artist Struan W. J Kennedy. Filmed near The Pleasance in Edinburgh.

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          • POSMRTNI MARS // DEATH MARCH

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            from Davor Konjikusic / Added

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            • Serbian Right Wing Groups Threaten Eurovision Song Contest Audience

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              INTRO: Fascist groups in Serbia are warning visitors from foreign countries that they will get beaten up if they show up for the Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade. The threat is aimed at the gay and lesbian community who are predicted to flock to the Serbian capital. One fascist group, Obraz, displays it threat openly on their website. The group is known for violent behaviour and have clashed with the police multiple times over the years. Filmed, produced and edited by Jorgen Samso Nielsen. © 2008 Jorgen Samso Nielsen and The National Danish News Agency /ritzau/

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              • Within a Smashed Saltire

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                A short film by Scottish, contemporary artist Struan Kennedy. Filmed in the Financial District of Edinburgh.

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                • Nasional.is.Me

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                  Hiduplah Indonesia Raya! Made in Indonesia 17th August 2014

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                  • MSc in Asian Religions

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                    Paul Dundas, Reader in Sanskrit, talks about the MSc in Asian Religions within the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of Edinburgh.

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                    • Telescopic Nationalism: Visions of Mongolia in Time and Space

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                      Presented on August 12, 2014 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Copyright 2014 by the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) and Tal Liron. Please contact the ACMS for more information. In this presentation, Tal Liron articulates a model for analyzing a "deep grammar" of Mongolian national narratives. Starting with Naadam and Sukhbaatar/Chinggis Square, the discussion moves through many places, events, projects, personas and symbols that are employed and deployed in the ongoing effort to define and situate the "Mongolian nation" within shifting geopolitical and cultural constraints. We meet Buddhas and dinosaurs, archers and presidents, calligraphers and murderers. The analysis is based on data collected through a year-long, ongoing ethnographic research project based in Ulaanbaatar. Tal Liron is a PhD candidate at the University of Chicago's department of anthropology. This presentation is part of his dissertation-in-progress (as of October 2014) about contemporary Mongolian cultural nationalism, ideologies of cultural heritage, and historiographic mechanisms. The project is in part funded by the Division of the Social Sciences of the University of Chicago and the American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS). +++ There are a few minutes missing at 50:00. In them, Liron moves to the topic of "Other Silences": "My discussion of Ungern-Sternberg was an example of telescopic nationalism silencing the past by blatantly skipping over it. If you don't mention Ungern-Sternberg, then he effectively doesn't exist in history. Conversely, the Shugden narrative is hiding in plain view. The struggle is exactly about who gets to silence whom in this historical moment that is unfolding before our very eyes. You can put it this way: this is telescopic nationalism at its most volatile and fragile. It's exactly the desire to create for Mongolia a single grand historical narrative, one with Buddhism at its core. I could go on and on, but I don't want to keep you here all night. So I'll just quickly point out a few other places that the telescope avoids. The analysis would follow similar principles as presented in this talk."

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