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- Lara Cavallo Reddit/LaraCavallo Reddit
- Aylin Basaran
- Josefine Simone Reddit
- Is Cape Town Safe Reddit
- ZIFF Zanzibar Official Selection
- Lara Acosta Reddit
- Is Zanzibar Safe Reddit
- Lova Nantenaina
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Aylin Basaran is a PhD candidate at the Department of Contemporary History, University of Vienna (Chair for Visual and Cultural History), where she has been working as a university assistant and research assistant and is currently affiliated as a research fellow.
She is also a lecturer at the Department of Theatre, Film and Media Studies and the Department of Development Studies.
Her research focuses are, among others, global film and media history, postcolonial and post-socialist studies, post conflict cinema, memory and trauma studies. She has conducted research in various countries such as Tanzania, Rwanda, South Africa, Kenya, Denmark, Great Britain and the US.
In 2017/2018 she was a visiting scholar at the Centre for Film & Media Studies at the University of Cape Town and at the Department of History and the African Studies Center at Michigan State University.
She has presented her work at several international conferences, published articles in international journals and books, and has co-edited volumes on political strategies in German documentary film, and on sexuality and resistance in international film cultures.
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Josefine Simone Reddit
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Is Cape Town Safe Reddit
Do you want to know what Redditors have to say about Cape Town being safe? If so, here are are are couple of threads about that:
- Is it safe to visit Cape Town / South Africa as a tourist?
- Cape Town safe at the moment?
- How safe is ‘safe’?
ZIFF Zanzibar Official Selection
|FEATURE FILMS||DIRECTOR (LENGTH IN MINUTES)||COUNTRY|
|Algun lugar/On the Road Somewhere||Guillermo Zouain (70)||Dominican Republic|
|Beautiful Tree , Severed Roots||Kenny Mann (70)||Kenya|
|Diamond Tongues||Brian Robertson and Pavan Moondi||Canada|
|El mal trato/Maltreatment||Daniel E.V. Yudin (68)||Chile|
|Fievres/Fevers||Hicham Ayouch (90)||France|
|Habibie and Ainun||Faozan Rizal (121)||Indonesia|
|Jongo Love||Emma Roger (98)||Kenya|
|Munnariyippu/ The deadline||Venu N (114)||India|
|Mr Kadamanja||Adam Kuambiana (164)||Tanzania|
|Nightrunners||Rowan Nielsen (89)||Kenya|
|Pishu||Leah Mwendamseke (83)||Tanzania|
|Pride||Matthew Warchus (119)||UK|
|Selma||Ava DuVernay (128)||USA|
|Single Zero||Timoth Conrad (62)||Tanzania|
|Strength of a Woman||Gilbert Lukalia (91)||Kenya|
|Sugarcane Shadows||David Constantin (84)||Mauritius|
|Superstition||Paresh Gondaliya & Zziwa A. Alone||Uganda|
|The Gods of Water||Pablo Caesar (115)||Argentina/Ethiopia/France|
|The Last Drive-in Theater||Iberê Carvalho (98)||Brazil|
|Wazi?FM||Faras Cavallo (62)||Kenya|
|Morbayssa||Cheick F. Camara||Guinea|
|City of Violence||Jerome Salle||South Africa|
|Price of Love||Hermon Hailay (99)||Ethiopia|
Zanzibar International Film Festival Documentaries
|DOCUMENTARIES||DIRECTOR (LENGTH IN MINUTES)||COUNTRY|
|21 Icons – A Journey to Democracy||Adrian Steirn (45)||South Africa|
|Abasezi (The Nightdancers)||Aemile Dinneen (78)||Ireland/Uganda|
|Bintou||Simone Catharina Gaul (68)||Germany|
|Croc in a Museum||Rwanda|
|Dancing With Maria||Ivan Gergolet (75)||Italy/Argentina/Slovenia|
|Grandma Knows Best?||Tamara Dawit (16)||Ethiopia|
|Life In Progress||Irene Loebell (99)||Switzerland|
|Life is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara||Lara Lee (60)||Western Sahara|
|Low Season||Madeleine Dallmeyer (41)||Germany|
|Maramaso||Ashley Beckett (53)||Kenya|
|Mbwa Mwitu||Farid Uwezo (20)||Tanzania|
|Moussa Diallo: The Man and the Music||Helle Toft (72)||Denmark|
|NAPPS- Memoire Of An Invisible Man||Tami Liberman (31)||Germany|
|Obohozi||Caroline Odongo & Gitura Kamau (98)||Kenya|
|Papa Machete||Jonathan David Kane (11)||U.S.A.|
|Prisoner 467/64: The Untold Legacy of Andrew Mlangeni||Lebogang Rasethaba (53)||South Africa|
|Red Over the Rainbow||Baumont Vincent (27)||Vietnam|
|Shadeism: Digging Deeper||Nayani Thitagarajah||Canada|
|Shadow Fighters||Josefine Heimburger||Denmark/Tz|
|The Beauty That I Saw||Benjamin Abrams (51)||U.S.A|
|The Broken Heart||Fabian Püschel||Germany|
|The Hustle||Ashraf Said Mswaki (25)||Turkey|
|The Rwandan Genocide: Reunited Through Polaroids||Colin Crowley (5)||Rwanda|
|The Springboard||Joseph Ndayisenga (63)||Burundi|
|Twende! Let’s go!||Silvana Zancolo (52)||Italy|
|Ady Gasy||Nantenaina Lova (81)||Madagascar|
Shorts by Aylin Basaran & Others
|SHORTS||DIRECTOR (LENGTH IN MINUTES)||COUNTRY|
|92 Dreamin’ (animation)||Escarla Abreu (4)||United States|
|A Coeur Ouvert||Ayekoro Kossou (16)||France|
|A Promised Rose Garden||Lisa Violetta Gaß (Gass)(33)||Germany|
|Agi / Elegy||Yousef Kargar||Iran|
|Amor a Primera vista/ Love at first sight||Mark Playne (14)||Spain|
|Angles of my Face||Manu Maina (22)||Kenya|
|Artificio Conceal||Ayoub Qanir (16)||U.S.A.|
|As I Am||Sihle Hlope (14)||South Africa|
|Bahar in Wonderland||Behrooz Karamizade (16)||Germany|
|Camouflage||Andreas Kessler (8)||Germany|
|Castillo y el Armado (animation )||Pedro Harres (13)||Brazil|
|Detour||Michael Leong-Huat Kam Kam||Singapore|
|Every Day is a Small Life||Lou-Brice Léonard (27)||France|
|Faraja||Nasir Al Qassim||Tanzania|
|Green Gold/ Gruen Gold (animation)||Barbara Marheineke (13)||Iran/USA|
|Harsh||Danilo Baracho (8)||Brazil|
|Intellectual Scum||Njue Kevin (14)||Kenya|
|Islands||Tajinder Hayer (16)||United Kingdom|
|Italian Standoff||Marcel Becker-Neu (12)||Germany|
|Jaya||Puja Maewal (18)||India|
|Kilimo 2 (animation)||Neema Reed (6)||USA|
|King of Guangzhou||Quester Hannah (14)||China|
|Lahza||El Waleed Gamal||Egypt|
|Lami (animation)||Christophe and Olivier Defaye (2)||Japan|
|Mousse||John Helberg (41)||Sweden|
|Prelude to a Torn House||Carlos Esteban Godoy Acosta (29)||Colombia|
|Ram||Miransha Naik (25)||India|
|Red Card||John Rabaud (3)||Mauritius|
|Routine||P. Sam Kessie (14)||South Africa|
|Samaki Mchangani/Fish of the Land||Amil Shivji (30)||Tanzania|
|September||Mark Wambui (5)||Kenya|
|Shehnai||Haroon Habib (16)||Pakistan|
|Soko Sonko/The Market King||Ekwa Msangi (22)||Tanzania|
|Taweez- The Talisman Writer||Ali Hakin (20)||Germany|
|The Dinner||Aylin Basaran (15)||Germany|
|The Girl||Shashwati Talukdar (8)||India|
|The Last Will||Dustin Loose (21)||Germany|
|The Legacy of Rubies (animation)||Ebele Okoye (28)||Germany|
|The Road we Travel||Aidan Belizaire (37)||Uganda|
|Tjitji the Himba Girl||Oshosheni Hiveluah (22)||Namibia|
|Oritsha’s Journey||Abdul Ndadi||USA|
|Uthando||Tulanana Bohela||South Africa|
|With Best Regards||Bernhard Wenger (5)||Austria|
Lara Acosta Reddit
If you are looking for content by Lara Acosta on Reddit, you can find some here.
Is Zanzibar Safe Reddit
I can tell you from personal experience that Zanzibar is very safe but if you would like to hear more about it from Redditors, here are some threads for you to read:
- Zanzibar- as beautiful and safe as the internet says?
- Some notes after a vacation in Zanzibar
- Zanzibar – would you guys recommend it?
Lova Nantenaina, born 7 March 1977, is a Malagasy film director.
Alongside his wife Eva Lova and Candy Radifera, he formed the production company Endemika Films in 2008.
Most of Endemika Films’ output has been short programming for children. The company also produces documentaries.
Lova Nantenaina released his first feature documentary Avec Presque Rien… in 2013, featuring the poverty that he grew up with in Antananarivo, Madagascar. It received the Sustainable Development Award at the Vues d’Afrique festival in Montreal.
In 2014, Lova Nantenaina directed the documentary Ady Gasy, which details Nantenaina’s interviews with Malagasy people about the conditions in their country.
It received the Eden Grand Prize for best documentary at the Lumière d’Afrique festival as well as the Indian Ocean Prize at the International Film Festival of Africa and the Islands.
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