For over six years the We the Peoples Film Festival has screened more than 150 films on human rights, development, security and peace. Its creative programming has included important initiatives including the UK’s first peace-themed film season, video-streaming workshops for NGOs and the world’s first festival of films on international development by young directors aged up to 19.
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SOAS UN Society - an affiliate branch of UNA-UK presents “Arna’s Children”
An evening focusing on the Freedom.
Theatre, the outstandingly inspirational and courageous cultural initiative based in the Jenin Refugee Camp in West Bank.
Film will be followed by Q&A and …
Young Film Makers for Development
Showcasing youth talent
The Young Film Makers for Development Day has previously featured live video links with Johannesburg, South Africa and a school in rural Ghana. Also, it featured film-making workshops, music, exhibitions and display stalls. See http://www.vimeo.com/21130421 In collaboration with London based artist Barka and four London based musicians/poets, the event hosted a poster display which challenged readers to express their views and opinions on the theme ‘freedom from fear’. The documentary Wembley to Soweto made by Soweto-based Paperpush Productions was also screened.
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