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Human rights and Environment

Runtime:  74 min. | Recommended Ages: 14 -18

The films are screened under Greek subtitles

The program is prefaced by the musician and actor Jerome Kaluta

The screening will be followed by a discussion with Giorgos Karapanagos, an epidemiologist and Public Health Data Analyst with experience in MSF missions, and director Natassa Blatsiou.

Shorts in this lineup:

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Documentary by Mila Zhluktenko, Daniel Asadi FaeziI 17min I Ukraine

Ukrainian children are confronted with their past as they explore their new home in Germany: a former Wehrmacht military barracks.

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Documentary by Roopa Gogineni

19min I Sudan

At a besieged protest in Khartoum, a group of young Sudanese create an imaginary television station to meet fellow revolutionaries. What begins as play becomes an urgent conjuring of a new Sudan.

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Animation by Daphna Awadish Golan

11min I Netherlands


A short animated documentary exploring the immigration experience through the eyes of a little Israeli girl learning how to swim with clothes on in the Netherlands.

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TITI - In cyclone's wake

Documentary by Natasha Blatsiou

28min I Greece

On climate change front line, Madagascar has been badly hit by successive cyclones. Titi, a nurse from Niger, joins medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières and reaches inaccessible rural communities to confront the alarmingly rising rates of child malnutrition.

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