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Image from the documentary Hill of Pleasures
Year
2013
Director
Maria Ramos
Country
Brazil , Netherlands
Duration
90 min.
In 2011, law and order was restored by military operation in the Hill of Pleasures slum in Rio de Janeiro. The Police became the tool of Brazils new policy of conquering citizenship. How do inhabitants and occupants of the Hill assess their new situation?
Image from the documentary Nothing Remains
Year
2012
Director
Natasja van Wijk
Country
Netherlands
Duration
50 min.
The final months of dairy shop Kors in the middle of Amsterdam South, show us the ways of one of the most declining neighbourhoods of Holland.
Image from the documentary Stotters
Year
2011
Director
Joke Nyssen
Country
Belgium
Duration
72 min.
Image from the documentary Nadia's Tics
Year
2011
Director
Laetitia Schoofs
Country
Netherlands
Duration
17 min.
Image from the documentary What The Cat Sees
Year
2011
Director
Kim Brand
Country
Netherlands
Duration
17 min.
A hospital is a place where joy and sorrow constantly alternate. The smoking area serves as gathering place for visitors, patients and staff. One of the most curious guests there is a grey cyper cat.
Image from the documentary Blue Gold
Year
2007
Director
Damien de Pierpont
Country
Belgium , Morocco
Duration
52 min.
The water problem in Marrakech goes to the heart of what defines the question of Moroccan economic development. Drought, mass tourism, globalisation...
Image from the documentary Red Coin, Blue Coin
Year
2008
Director
Alain Marcoen
Country
Belgium
Duration
56 min.
Image from the documentary Au Loin des Vilages
Year
2008
Director
Olivier Zuchuat
Country
Chad , Switzerland
Duration
75 min.
In April 2006, 13,000 people from the Dajo ethnic group took refuge on the Gouroukon Plain, east of Tchad. They were all survivors of the war in Darfour.
Image from the documentary Clejani
Year
2005
Director
Marta Bergman, Frédéric Fichefet
Country
Romania
Duration
52 min.
Image from the documentary My Child, My Sister
Year
2005
Director
Violaine de Villers
Country
Belgium
Duration
53 min.

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Khadia Diallo is a Senegalese woman who emigrated to Belgium. In her country she suffered the most serious sexual mutilation. She discovered in Belgium that these mutilations were an attack to women’s physical integrity, dignity, right to happiness and pleasure. She founded the GAMS (Gathering for the Abolition of Female Sexual Mutilations) in Brussels.

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