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02
Oct

Joanna Mrowka: Broniszow, Far From The City

This is ongoing project. Broniszów, a small post-farmer village in the Lubusz Voivodeship, Poland. The public bus doesn’t run there

18
Sep

Alice Mann: Maximum Effect

Says Alice: Following the period of African Independence from colonial rule, there are numerous contemporary challenges facing African citizens, compelling

13
Sep

Marie France L’Ecuyer: VETERANS – Life After The Forces

Each year, more than 1,500 military personnel are released from the Canadian Armed Forces. Nearly a quarter of these Veterans

25
Aug

Vytautas Jankulskas: Raised In Chaos

Indonesia has one of the biggest and most active punk community in the world. Punk movement in Indonesia started in

18
Aug

Constanza Hevia H.: The Time I Have Left

“The witches have said I will live a long time. I have till the year 2013 or 2014. I will

14
Aug

Nanna Heitmann: Gone From The Window – The End Of An Era

Coal mining enabled Germany‘s participation in the industrial revolution and contributed to the German ‘Wirtschaftswunder‘ after World War II; resulting

08
Aug

Gustavo Gusmão: Limbus

”Limbus” which means margin, edge, border, fringe. With this origin, the connotation of limbo is a state of being neglected,

22
Jul

Natela Grigalashvili: Life of Georgian Nomads

Mountainous Adjara is one of the most distinguished regions of Georgia. The traditions and the old ways of life have

17
Jul

Moe Zoyari: Parallel Lives

By day, Tony spends time working as a restaurant manager in Hamburger Mary’s in Chicago, Illinois. Openly gay, this man

14
Jun

Emil Gataullin: Mezen

The first settlements on the banks of Mezen River (Arkhangelsk region) were established in the XVI century by Russian explorers

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