69.4 Degrees North: Dr. Eva Weber, 3 mins. A poetic visual study of the ancient practice of reindeer herding in the twilight expanses of the Utsjoki wilderness; Bagong Silang: Dr. Zena Merton, 10 mins. This film gives us a glimpse into this exceptional community providing an insight in the day to day life of people born into poverty and how they cope when they aren't as financially well off as us in the West. We may not consider them as lucky as us but we may find that they are happier; Cutting Grass: Dr. David Leister, 3 mins; Graffiti: Dr. Naziha Arebi, 4 mins. In every spray of the can you feel a part of your emotion is released from inside of you, to the wall to the people.’ After the Libyan Revolution, long suppressed feelings are appearing on building walls in Tripoli; Granny's Flags: Dr. Naziha Arebi, 4 mins. Haja Fatma, a mother to eight children, tells the tale of family life in Tripoli during the Libyan Revolution. Women, young and old, all contributed during these hostile months in their own unique way. A human portal into the acts of ordinary people in their hope for freedom; High Price Of Gold, The: Dr. Ross Domoney, 15 mins. The East Democratic Republic of Congo is the most dangerous place on earth to be a woman. An estimated 48 women are raped every hour in this mineral rich part of the world; I Am Home: Thoughts Of A Nomad: Dr. Anastasia Kirillova, 14 mins. Four global nomads share their intimate thoughts on the meaning of home - a place that only exists in their minds; It's In Your Hands: Dr. Andrew Hinton, 3 mins. A simple solution to some big problems; Only Three Cents: Dr. Alexander Parkyn-Smith, 20 mins. An exploration of jobs, employment and opportunity in Nairobi, Kenya through the eyes of the people who use the Matatu public buses. A personal journey introduces us to the reality of work in a modern African metropolis and the challenges people face while immersing us in a vivid ethnographic portrait of the context; Parallel Lives: Dr. Kristof Bilsen, 14 mins. How do you grieve when you are in your late twenties? Four years ago, the documentary filmmaker Kristof Bilsen lost his sister. She shows up in home videos and pictures. Kristof decides to visit his parents to ask them how they cope with the absence of their daughter; Return Of The Sun: Dr. Ben Hilton, Glen Miller 4 mins. 'Return of the Sun' is a beautiful portrait of a modern Inuit family. Set against the fearsome North Greenland landscape, the cinematic short film follows a fisherman and his son as their lives are forced to adapt with the changing landscape around them.
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