FILMS IN PANORAMA
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|3 femmes en colère
(Three Angry Women)
Bernard Robert-Charrue, Dev.tv, 46', Switzerland, 2011, French
Over the last 25 years, 1'580 people with close links to land have been assassinated in Brazil. This documentary paints the portraits of 3 female activists in the Brazilian Amazon who continue despite death threats and violence.
South Africa: le rêve de Mandela ?
(South Africa, Mandela's Dream ?)
Un oeil sur la planète,
France 2, 93', France, 2010, French
A few months before the World Cup, while the whole world was celebrating the « South African Miracle», the magazine Un œil sur la planète (An Eye on the Planet) asked itself : Has South Africa really turned the page on racism? Is it a model for the rest of the continent to follow?
Hua-qing Jin et Jia-ju Fan, 49', China, 2010, s.t. English
With its sky-scrapers alight as far as the eye can see, Shenzen is the urban symbol of an emerging Chin,. In meeting the construction workers, Ash reveals the human dimensions hidden behind this rampant growth.
Shahid Jamal, Cinemass, 41’, India, 2009, s.t. English
Far from booming India, another India continues to suffer from hunger. But today, farmers and citizens refuse to accept their sad lot and organize to defend their right to nutrition.
Saskia Vredeveld, VPRO, 48', Netherlands, 2010, English
Portrait of successful black South Africans. Shamelessly showing off in the bosom of one of the most unequal societies in the world. Behind superficial appearances, there are also hidden personal vengeances against a regime which aimed to keep Blacks in inferior conditions.
Arya Lalloo, Uhuru Productions, 60', South Africa, 2010, English
As the fruits of freedom from the Apartheid regime have been slow to materialize for most South Africans, growing numbers of demonstrations insist on improved access to the most elementary services - such as electricity.
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