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Our stops in 2019

Our stops in 2019

Thursday, June 20, 2 to 7pm : World Refugee Day, Marseille

Every year, June 20 marks World Refugee Day. The event is about raising global awareness of global responsibility for refugees. A program prepared by Tiffanie Taveau, Manuela Rössler & Marie-Anouchka Reynaud, for Les Instants Vidéo.

Plural exiles: This program is a crossing, a journey, an experience. With stops. On nearby or distant territories. Each voice tells her/his own way, an exile, a route taken, an almost erased trace, the burden of a past, pains, hopes, acts of courage, commitments to pushing the borders out, to breaking the wall. Walls turned sideways are bridges says Angela Davis. These multiple voices are calling each other, are answering each other all the way long.”

Passages (4’10 – 2016 ) / Dominique Comtat (France) La France (‘50 ) / Chris Quanta (France) Livre cilindre (1’05 – 2016) / Lucas Blat (Brazil) Missing my home (5’08 – 2014) / Amjad Kawish Farajie (Irak / Netherlands) Filakia Apo Tifilaki (12’ – 2018) / Juliette Courrillaud (France) Gypaetus Helveticus (6’59 – 2011) / Marcel Barelli (Switzerland) Borderline (3’07 – 2015) / Fenia Kotsopoulou (Greece) Sweat (4’37 – 2015) / Hasan Tanji (Russia) Camping sauvage (4’14 – 2018) Christophe Lebon (France)


Borderline (3’07 – 2015) / Fenia Kotsopoulou (Greece)

More information here https://www.facebook.com/JMRMarseille/

Friche la Belle de Mai

From April 22 to 27, Casablanca, Morocco

We will celebrate the 25 birthday of the FIAV (International Festival of Video Art ) , with 2 screening programs.

Program 1: The moon and Casablanca 
Across the moon (11’30 – 2017) /Mounir Fatmi (Morocco)
Travel Notebooks: Marseille, France (2’22 – 2018) / Silvia de Gennaro (Italy)
VideOvide – Hermaphrodite (9’35 – 2018) / Samuel Bester (Germany– France) 
Soliloquy (5’55 – 2018) / Susanne Wiegner (Germany)
Parle (3’23 – 2016) / Charles Pennequin (France) 
#jetenveux(3’33 – 2018) / Esmeralda da Costa (Portugal – France) 
Maintenant(6’40 – 2019) / Marc Mercier (France)
La chanson politique de Colette Magny (32’ – 2017) / Yves-Marie Mahé (France)

Program 2: Free our imagination
Les désirs manifestent (7’27 – 2019)/ Marc Mercier & Hassan Lahrach (France – Morocco)
Fall of Sun (9’20 – 207) / Ana Clara &Clara Molinari (Brazil – Italy)
Faut pas t’inquiéter (2’23 – 2018) / Mélodie Drissia Tabita (Morocco– France)
Shamshoom (3’ – 2018) / khalil N (Lebanon)
Mesures(1’22 – 2017) / Khadija El Abyad (Morocco)
Almost Invisible [Two Poems to Syria] (10’ – 2018) / Lisi Prada (Spain)
Refugees are Welcome (3’07 – 2017) /Shivkumar K V (India)
Watch (No) We, I, Myself and Them?  (8’55 – 2017) / Christin Bolewski (Germany)
Like dolls I’ll rise (28’35 – 2018) / Nora Philippe (France)

Saturday, April 13, 3pm: the Media library in Digne

welcome us in the frame of its project “A journey in Palestine”, in partnership with France Palestine Solidarity Association (AFPS 04). An afternoon of encounters and screening of video art works by artists from Palestine and friends of Palestine. 

Mémoire de la Terre (12’50 – 2017) / Samira Badran (Palestine/Spain) 
Shamshoom (3’ – 2018) / khalil N (Lebanon) 
Sabra and Chatilla Poem (12’35 – 2011) / Marc Mercier (France)
Statement (2′ – 2012) / Lucia Ahmad (Palestine)
Chic point (Fashion for israeli checkpoints) (7′ – 2003) / Sharif Waked (Palestine)
Damage (2′ – 2009) / Rania Stephan (Lebanon)
Sea Level (4’15 – 2011) / Khaled Jarrar (Palestine)
Temple of Sugar (5’14 – 2018) / Bashar Alhroub (Palestine)
Going for a ride (2003 – 15’) / Nahed Awwad (Palestine)
Corrida urbaine (3’15 – 2008) / Marc Mercier (France)
We teach life, Sir (4’39 – 2011) / Rafeef Ziadah (Palestine/GB) 

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