March 6, 2013

Film highlights: Forbidden Voices and Give Us The Money

Forbidden voices Director: Barbara Miller Country: Switzerland Year: 2012 Length: 52 min Forbidden Voices should probably broadcast in “First world obligatory watch” strand – if such […]
March 11, 2013

Sofia’s Last Ambulance and Amazing Azerbaijan

A Bulgarian film is part of the festival and I  was really excited to get to interview one of the makers of the film – Tom […]
March 11, 2013

Amazing experience with “Putin’s Kiss”

“Putin’s Kiss” has an amazing point of view at the political situation and the people in Russia. The director Lise Birk Pedersen (the link goes to […]
March 9, 2013

Helle Faber and the Riahi Brothers

Yesterday, I attended two more East Doc Platform events which I found really inspiring. The first was a lecture by Helle Faber, producer of Putin’s Kiss (2012), speaking […]
March 8, 2013

Kino Lucerna and Glacial Balance

One of the main cinemas of the One World Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is the Kino Lucerna, housed in a 1920′s Art Deco building complex […]
March 8, 2013

Catherine Bernstein at Bio Ponrepo

As part of the East Doc Platform programme of events, I attended a screening of Catherine Bernstein’s Assasinant d’une Modiste (2005) at the charming Bio Ponrepo cinema.   The […]
March 6, 2013

Day for observation and a film

In the morning Anna Franklin made the decision I will be the person who will go to the session with Hans  Eisenhauer and make a short […]
February 22, 2013

Ontente delegates interview Ethan Steinman

The countdown is on to the One World Film Festival 2013 which kicks off on 4 March in Prague. The Ontente team spoke to filmmaker Ethan […]
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