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Journal of the American Chemical Society 50 Bioconjugate Chemistry 15 6 Biomacromolecules 5 5 Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry 6 2 The film will be presented by the director and he will lead a discussion following the screening. As a visual poem centered on the human being, his surroundings and the different ways of surviving, the film goes through human history on Earth.
Daniel Requena Lambert Colour Postproduction: Lola Forteza Del Rey Contact: LamiFrance, Japan, Animation, 3 min La is a shy little blue boy. He is always singing alone on the line. One day he meets a little girl, Mi, crying and discovers friendship.
He finds out that singing together with friends becomes melody. Christophe Defaye, Olivier Defaye Producer: Pierre Yves Drapeau Animation: Yves Dalbiez, Yoshihide Sakida Contact: As Patrice gardens, he daydreams and transforms his harvests into art projects.
The seasons come and go, his patience and care express his passion and knowledge, and his seed bank grows. His tiny storehouses of life will eventually sprout in thousands of vegetable gardens around the world. At the centre of this paean to plant biodiversity and agricultural heritage is a unique, genetically motivated seed producer.
Michel Giroux, Alexandre Leblanc Camera: Geoffroy Beauchemin, Sami Mermer Sound: It is created around a school and a farm, where Sophie Rabhi, daughter of the agro-ecologist Pierre Rabhi, has been teaching for over ten years. Following the lives of children from school, we can see the daily life of workers and residents of the hamlet, composed by retirees and also by young families with children.
We can see the aspects of the common life of the people, their meetings during the month, where they meet to discuss the solutions to everyday problems to improve life, but also issues that affect the future.
We will see the documentation of bioclimatic houses, from start to finish. Continuing on the subject of construction, we will document the work of volunteers throughout the duration of the shoot, to show the realization of what will be the future bakery of the hamlet.
Following the work of volunteers, we will discover other volunteers involved with other aspects of life in the village, such as cheese, with Marco, the person who set up the cheese production.
Another aspect that contributes to some of the self-production is the market gardening and greenhouse. Matthew is one of the leaders; he created the garden with the help of volunteers and residents of the hamlet.
Cheese and land products are also sold in the small market that is taking place every Friday afternoon. With the different aspects that characterize the daily life of this community, I document the concrete reality of what appears to be a real project, and always in continuous evolution.
In Rwanda from 7th April — 4th July The international community, the leading world powers and the United Nations passively stood by during these days. Twenty years after the genocide, Upright Men is an art project designed by the visual artist Bruce Clarke, aiming to give presence to the victims, restoring their individuality and reaffirming their status in the human community.
He proposes to represent in mural form, men, women, and children, larger than life, on genocide massacre sites and the facades of places of memory in Rwanda and throughout the world. Colours, words, body expressions, body language, both in the painting itself and among the artists at work, were mainly sought for their political dimensions. Although in no way does this perspective prohibit an artistic appreciation of this work of art, it does focus on its symbolic links. This results, for example, in a production where the colour red will obviously point towards the rivers of blood that swept through Rwanda during the genocide of the Tutsi, but also, a creative act where the hands of the artists holding the brushes vigorously belie the handling of machetes.
What peace exists in the area is fragile at best.
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Tens of thousands of Sahrawis have fled to neighbouring Algeria, where overrefugees still live in camps that were intended to be temporary. In spite of these difficulties, a new movement, with youth at its centre, is rising to challenge human rights abuses and to demand the long-promised referendum on freedom.
In doing so, they have persevered against a torrent of conflicting forces. While risking torture and disappearance at the hands of Moroccan authorities, they are also pushing back against those who have lost patience with the international community and are ready to launch another guerrilla war. This new film from director Lara Lee will examine these tensions as it chronicles the everyday violence of life under occupation, giving voice to the aspirations of a desert people for whom colonialism has never ended. Jordi Oriola Folch Contact: However, life opens a way and in her womb a baby grows and looks at her as no one else has before.
One day, the baby is born and she greets him singing. Life and all the women of the world. Mama HawaSomalia, Documentary, 25 min Against the odds, a woman is paving the way for a new future in war-ravaged Somalia. Vanessa Carr, Adam Loften Sound: The documentary covers the social, economic, political and environmental dimension of settlements, taking Morro de Moravia as a reference example of urban transformation.
Matias Boero Lutz Editor: Matias Boero Lutz Sound: His store, a technical support which made him feel alive in the past, is about to close. Director, Script, Producer, Camera, Sound: Path of freedom follows former inmate, Fleet Maul, as he visits prison to share his strategies for surviving on the inside. The film offers a rare glimpse into the inner lives of men reaching for forgiveness, inner peace and freedom behind bars. Full of stunning images and crafted like a classic city symphony where the sum of the pieces add up to a larger whole, this film brings together a universe of small stories to create a compelling and visceral cinematic experience that takes audiences into the very soul of life on the border.
Rodrigo Reyes, Inti Cordera Editor: They share the origins, meaning and purposes of these sacred sites, as well as the developments and policies which threaten them. Satyagraha Truth ForceSingapore, USA, Documentary, 82 min Satyagraha Truth Force is a feature documentary that tells the story of a group of humble Indian saints who believe that the sanctity of the holy river, the Ganges, is being destroyed by corruption and a powerful mining lobby. They have been threatened, beaten, jailed and bribed. Both were murdered, or so it is believed. Satyagraha — Truth Force follows the Satyagraha or hunger strike of Swami Shivanand as he fights with his life to protect the river and attempts to find justice for his disciple whom he believes was poisoned.
Lisa Sabina Harney Editor: Seeds of FreedomUK, Documentary, 31 min The story of seed has become one of loss, control, dependence and debt. This film looks at how seed has changed in our farming and in our culture from a sacred element and the giver of life, to a powerful commodity, used to monopolise global food production. Director, Script, Producer, Editor: Sutar Mail Bio Ruby Y. Vanderkolk Mail Bio Philip M. Varney Mail Bio Luke N. Wetzel Mail Bio Tara E. Abu jabal Bara' M. Bailey Sneha Balasubramanian Somaiah T. Barsallo yi Samuel G.
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