1. Against All Hope

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    from Art and Justice League / Added

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    http://www.artandjustice.org facebook.com/artandjustice twitter.com/artandjustice Against All Hope is a short documentary about Karen refugees and internally displaced people in Burma. Flim by: Art and Justice League Directed & Produced by: Anthony Lee Camera Operator & Sound: Ben Drake Camera Operator & Interviewer: Maria Martinez Director of Photography: Kara Orendorf Sound & Assistant Editor: Matt Raj Camera Operator: Jonah Pyhala Assistant Camera Crew: Ted Davis, Brent Manke Music by: Andrea Ball, Neah Lee, Moby Photos by: KHRG (Karen Human Right Group) Links: http://www.khrg.org/ http://www.globalrefuge.org/ http://www.myspace.com/ballandrea http://www.neahleemusic.com/

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    • Reporting from Pinchinat

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      Ciné Institute student Lesly Decembre reports from a makeshift refugee camp in Jacmel.

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      • Limbo

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        Limbo is a 10 minute documentary following Nancy Rios, a Cuban woman who was exiled from her country after she went to Germany. She was forced to leave her family behind and now manages to create a family among the other refugees that live with her. Limbo's engaging narrative about family and challenging situations will hopefully inspire, those who find themselves in similar situations as Nancy, to remain positive and persevere. A film by Andre Robert For all questions and inquiries, contact me at andrerobertk@gmail.com

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        • Eritrean Refugee Children in Mai Ayni

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          from Jim Tompkins / Added

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          Over 1200 unaccompanied minor children are living in the refugee camp "Mai Ayni". I will be taking a team of concerned Christians there in October to minister and provide humanitarian support for these children. If anyone is interested in going email me at mudpreacher@gmail.com. Dates are Oct 1-11, 2012

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          • Bridges to Afghanistan

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            Join the Movement: www.childrenscultureconnection.com/bridges Produced for the Children's Culture Connection + Shahista and his friends Director + Editor: Towle Neu Producers: Dina Fesler + Elissa Bogos Concept by: Elissa Bogos Afghanistan director and camera operator: Elissa Bogos (Afghanistan) Camera Operators (US): Rich Koechlein Towle Neu Jim Nihart Music: Sweet Disposition by The Temper Trap Thanks to The Temper Trap for the use of their music.

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            • Kakuma's Kids

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              Kakuma’s Kids give their account of Kakuma Refugee camp, a camp that has welcomed many nationalities of Africa and developed into an important part of Kakuma, a small town in Northwestern Kenya. Official selection Suffolk Film Festival, Liverpool Lift off and Aldeburgh Doc Fest A film by Ross Casswell with thanks to www.mystartproject.com

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              • Be The Hero

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                Everyone dreams of being the hero. Bringing down the wall. Stopping the tanks. Taking down the enemy. Changing the course of history. Jesus told a parable about a samaritan who acted heroically, and he challenged us to go and do likewise. When the Samaritan found the man half dead in the ditch, he was probably on his way to do important things. He had life plans, he had responsibilities, just like you. He wasn't looking for another cause, but he chose to change history. Today in Syria, millions of civilians are suffering at the hands of an evil dictator and Islamic extremists. They have been bombed without mercy and slaughtered indiscriminately. Two million refugees, half of them children, are now abandoned, destitute, and suffering. Heroes are not limited by culture, distance, cost, or risk. Their only limitation is choice. A choice to stop and intervene on behalf of the helpless, or go through life with disregard. Hero's pay the price, take the hit, get their hands dirty for those who can never repay. Today we are the Church. We can be the good Samaritan.  Let's lock arms and be the hero. ___________ Photo Credits ____________ RTX17XD6 Damaged buildings line a street in the besieged area of Homs January 27, 2014. The United States on Monday demanded that Syria allow aid into the "starving" city of Homs, as talks aimed at ending three years of civil war hit more trouble over the future of President Bashar al-Assad. The Syrian government said women and children could leave the besieged city and that rebels should hand over the names of the men who would remain. A U.S. State Department spokesman said an evacuation was not an alternative to immediate aid. REUTERS/Yazan Homsy RTR3AMBE A man walks past a burnt car and damaged buildings along a street at the al-khalidiya neighbourhood of Homs November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Yazan Homsy RTX186C0 A man holds an injured boy who survived what activists said were barrel bombs dropped by government forces, in Al-Shaar area in Aleppo February 3, 2014. REUTERS/Mahmoud Hebbo RTR30G6K People carry the body of men, whom activists say were killed by the Syrian government army, in Taftanaz village, east of Idlib city April 5, 2012. Picture taken April 5, 2012. REUTERS/Shaam News Network/Handout RTR3DAR3 A general view of damaged buildings in Jouret al-Shayah, Homs February 2, 2013. Picture taken on February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Yazen Homsy RTR389PM A general view of damaged buildings in the Homs neighborhood of al-Qarabis September 20, 2012. Picture taken September 20, 2012. REUTERS/Yazen Homsy RTR32NP6 The bodies of children whom anti-government protesters say were killed by government security forces lie on the ground in Huola, near Homs May 26, 2012. A Syrian artillery barrage killed more than 90 people, including dozens of children, in the worst violence since the start of a U.N. peace plan to staunch the flow of blood from Syria's uprising, activists said on Saturday. The bloodied bodies of children, some with their skulls split open, were shown in footage posted to YouTube purporting to show the victims of the shelling in the central town of Houla on Friday. The sound of wailing filled the room. REUTERS/Shaam News Network/Handout RTX1936Q Red Cross members and an army soldier carry a wounded woman at the site of an explosion in the southern suburbs of Beirut February 19, 2014. The explosion on Wednesday appeared to be caused by a twin bomb attack using a car and a motorcycle, security sources said. REUTERS/Mahmoud Kheir RTX175F6 Men help a wounded boy who survived what activists say was an airstrike by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh RTX152CZ A man carries an injured child after a bomb explosion in front of the al-Hejaz train station in central Damascus November 6, 2013 in this picture provided by Syria's national news agency SANA. A bomb exploded in central Damascus on Wednesday, killing eight people and wounding 50, with women and children among the casualties, SANA said. REUTERS/SANA/Handout via Reuters Civilians carry their belongings as they walk towards a meeting point to be evacuated from a besieged area of Homs February 7, 2014. Syria evacuated three busloads of civilians from a besieged area of Homs on Friday, the first stage of a planned three-day humanitarian ceasefire in the city which has suffered some of the worst devastation of Syria's three-year conflict. The buses carrying dozens of weary-looking evacuees, accompanied by Syrian Arab Red Crescent officials, arrived at a meeting point outside Homs watched by soldiers and police. REUTERS/Yazan Homsy Photo of Mother Teresa © Yousuf Karsh

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                • Dadaab Refugee Camp

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                  Short Description of Film: "Dadaab: A Somali Struggle" is a 12 minute documentary examining the conditions of this refugee camp in North Eastern Kenya. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has declared Somalia to be the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. It has also declared Dadaab to be the largest refugee camp in the world. Dadaab was designed to house 90,000 refugees. It is now home to 290,000 people, primarily Somalis. This film examines the ability of the UNHCR and other humanitarian organizations to fulfill basic needs of the people it serves under these extreme conditions.

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                  • Một buổi sáng ở trại tỵ nạn Palawan 1996

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                    Sinh hoạt hằng ngày tại trại tỵ nạn Palawan (P.F.A.C.) vào khoảng năm 1996.

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                    • Displaced and Desperate: Doro, South Sudan

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                      For several years I've been studying Sudan's political turmoil and the resulting migrations of tribes around and into South Sudan as border tensions fluctuate. These tensions are not new to a country divided not only ethnically, but spiritually and economically as a predominant Arab government in Khartoum has, until recent history, held the economic purse strings for a largely animist, agriculturally based South Sudan. On July 9, 2011, South Sudan voted to secede from the North splitting the country in half and taking with it most of the country's oil reserves. Tensions grew into armed conflicts along the new border. Suddenly choices about where to live and raise families had to be made for the marginalized living along the border. Where to farm and find food? Many times splintered by blasts in the black of night, tribes ran blindly into the bush seeking refuge. Tightly knit for generations these tribes, having relied--with their lives--for years on one another, now had unraveled and become refugees within their own country. This is a mere snapshot of these lives.

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