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Eduardo Menz – Pinochet’s Women (Canada 2005, 11:43 Mins)

In this experimental short, the viewer is forced to role-play through the repeated employment and alteration of the text, sound and image until his or […]

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James T. Hong – The Form of the Good (United States 2005, 4:00 mins.)

By combining the classical story of Plato’s cave with the contemporary images of the Iraq war this video shows that news is a reflection of […]

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GNN – S-11 Redux: (Channel) Surfing the Apocalypse (United States 2002, 10:53 mins)

Unfortunately this video is not available on the Impakt Channel, but you can see it here. The Guerrilla News Network shows their concerns about the fusion […]

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Köken Ergun – The Flag (Turkey 2006, 09:00 mins)

The Flag is the second part of Köken Ergun’s video series about the state-controlled national day ceremonies of the Turkish Republic. Shot during the April […]

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Jan van Nuenen – Seeing Bush Through Trees (The Netherlands 2002, 02:01 Mins)

Logos of notorious multinationals are creating a distorted portrait of the even more notorious G. W. Bush. Bio: After his education at the art academy […]

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STEFANOS TSIVOPOULOS – UNTITLED (THE REMAKE) (GREECE, 2007, 14:08 MINS)

Untitled (The Remake) combines archival footage from the years of the 1967-1973 military dictatorship in Greece which depicts official festivities and parades staged by the […]

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Not an Alternative – Picture the Homeless Tent City (US, 2009, 15:54 mins.)

Video from the tent city that was installed in East Harlem on July 23rd 2009. Not An Alternative teamed up with Picture The Homeless, Reclaim […]

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João Enxuto & Erica Love – Institute for Southern Contemporary Art (United States 2016, 16:20 mins)

Institute of Southern Contemporary Art (ISCA) imagines a model for contemporary art that pushes certain probabilities towards logical, possible outcomes. As the voice of the […]

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Erik Bünger – A Lecture on Schizophonia (Germany 2009, 37:19 mins)

A project existing both as a lecture performance and as a video, exploring the phenomenon of schizophonia [= that which makes dogs bark at speakers, […]

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Bojan Fajfric – Theta Rhythm (The Netherlands 2010, 17:00 mins)

The 8th session of the Central Committee of the Communist League of Serbia was held on the 23rd and 24th September 1987. Historians agree that […]

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Bjørn Melhus – I am not the Enemy (Germany 2010, 12:50 mins.)

Unfortunatily the video is not available on Impakt Channel, but you can see it here: Is it possible to ever come back from war? For […]

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Hendrick Dusollier- Babel (France, 2010, 15:00 min)

From the celestial mountains to the peak of Shanghai’s towers, two young peasants leave their village to get to the metropolis. BIO:Hendrick Dusollier (1974, France) graduated […]

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Klára Tasovská – Pulnoc (Midnight) (Czech Republic, 2010, 40:00 min)

“Midnight”, a visually refined film by Klára Tasovská, blends several layers. The personal experience of the director, who chose to be closed for a week […]

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Jim Finn – Great Man and Cinema (United States 2009, 3:55 mins.)

The text for this film is from a propaganda booklet about the contribution to the cinematic history by North Korean leader Kim Jung Il. Also […]

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Sarah Wood – For Cultural Purposes Only (United Kingdom 2009, 8:25 mins.)

How does it feel to be unable to see images of the place you come from in this media-saturated society of ours? BIO: Sarah Wood […]

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Bryan Boyce – Special Report (United States 1999, 3:57 mins.)

Using footage from CNN and ABC news reports, Boyce possesses American news anchors with the spirits of old-time sci-fi who speak the virtues of electronic […]

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Leil-Zahra Mortada – Words of Women from the Egyptian Revolution | Episode 4: Nada Zatouna

The young film maker Nada Zatouna talks about the importance of the revolution for the people of Nubia in Southern Egypt, of her own arrest and her worries for the future.

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Karabeesh – Voice of Freedom

In a style that differs from the satirical cartoons, this video presents a celebration of the activists who worked for the fall of Mubarak during the initial 18 days of the Egyptian revolution. Set to a song by Amir Eid and Hany Adel that became the “hymn” of the revolution.

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Kharabeesh – Ali Abdullah Saleh

Kharabeesh is a collective network founded in 2008 by a small group of bloggers in Jordan. The idea behind the initiative was to create a […]

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Kharabeesh – Gaddafi in Arabs’ Got Talent

Kharabeesh is a collective network founded in 2008 by a small group of bloggers in Jordan. The idea behind the initiative was to create a […]

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