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Panorama 2: Collisions

24 August 2006
Location: Centraal Museum
21:00
27 August 2006
Location: Centraal Museum
12:00

A different perspective on violence and repression. The war on terror is analysed using Plato. Street interviews in Peking bring to the light that the 4th of June is no 11th of September. And to round it all up, Barry gives his clear opinion on the origin of all misery in the world.

Collision – Max Hattler
(UNITED KINGDOM 2005, video, 02:30 min)

The Form of the Good – James T. Hong
(USA 2005, 16mm > video, 03:30 min)

• THE GRADUATE:

Rawane’s Song – Mounira Al Solh
(THE NETHERLANDS 2006, video, 06:34 min)

The Freedom of Speech – Janek Schaefer
(UNITED KINGDOM 2006, video, 05:00 min)

• CUBAN INTRUSION:

Tiempos modernos – Fernando Rodriguez (CUBA 2006, video, 02:13)

Wang Que De Yi Tian – Wei Liu
(CHINA 2005, video, 13:25 min)

Testimony – Anke Schäfer
(THE NETHERLANDS 2005, video, 02:20 min)

The Slippery Mountain – Galina Myznikova & Sergey Provorov (RUSSIA 2006, video, 07:00 min)

What Barry Says – Simon Robson
(UNITED KINGDOM 2003, video, 02:40 min)


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