Kitintale – Yann Gross (Uganda 2008,11:36 min)
Meet the pioneering skaters of Kitintale, Uganda.

Bikelordz: Stunts and Styles from Accra – Mikey Freedom Hart (Ghana 2011, excerpt)
A short documentary about the self-taught, self-invented bicycle culture which young people in Accra have created and passed on to their younger contemporaries over time.

Heavy Metal in Baghdad – Eddy Moretti and Suroosh Alvi (USA/Canada 2007, 01:48 min)
A documentary feature film that follows the Iraqi heavy metal band Acrassicauda (Latin for a deadly black scorpion native to Iraq) – from the fall of Saddam Hussein to their escape from Iraq.

Sh*t Punjabi/Ghanaian Moms Say – Superwoman/ GirlsLoveYourCurls (Canada 2012, 03:09 min)
The meme that just won’t die, now adapted by every diasporan genera- tion to lovingly mock their parents. A few of the funniest recent additions to the canon.

Mexican Emos Unite! – BBC (UK/Mexico 2008, 02:55 min)
BBC World News reports on the battle between Emo’s and Punks in Mexico.

Indonesian Little Monsters Flash Club 0 projectlilmonid (Indonesia 2012,10:37 min)
Though Lady Gaga had to cancel her Indonesian concerts, her biggest fans held a flash mob in her honour in Jakarta.

Cabo Snoop “Windek” Music Video – Unknown artist (Angola 2010, 03:50 min)
Angolan kuduro superstar Cabo Snoop paints a candy-coloured portrait of stylish youth through the lens of modern technology.

Just a Band “Ha-He (Makmende)” Jim Chuchu and Mbithi Masya (Kenya 2010, 05:25 min)
“Makmende” is the wildly viral 1970s styled music video by Kenya’s Just a Band.

Cheng Zhang De Fan Nao (Growing Pains) – Rutherford Chang (China/USA 2012, 24:15 min)
A reinterpretation of the iconic Amer- ican sitcom “Growing Pains” through the voices of the post-80s Chinese generation who grew up watching the show, one of the very first Western programs aired on Chinese television.