September 5, 2018
"Wonderful, delightful...so good," 7 year old Sidra describes what it’s like to be in school in Turkey.
December 3, 2015
by Imad Jalal The film captures the horror and chaos of living in permanent a state of permanent menace and uncertainty about both your future and that of your loved ones.
June 7, 2018
7th of June in Malta commemorates the 1919 riots of the Maltese people against British rule.
August 30, 2015
This short movie by Nazli Mayuk shot on the Princess Islands in Istanbul introduces an abandoned building on the Adalar Island. Originally having been built as a luxuriant hotel and casino by Alexander Vallaury in 1889, Prinkipo Greek Orthodox Orphanage served as a home for Greek orphans from 1903 to 1964. Following the Cyprus Issue
October 20, 2014
Since summer 2013, Taksim Meydanı has lost a lot of its usual sights but still many people pass by; businessmen, businesswomen, tourists, students and dustmen. The documentary focusses on dustmen and their daily walk through the Taksim Square and its surroundings. It shows their hard work of lugging around tonnes of garbage stashed in one
September 2, 2018
Conflict and displacement often lead to separated families. IOM's Family Assistance Programme برنامج لم شمل الأسر السورية والعراقية لألمانيا (FAP) has been working to reunite people with their relatives granted asylum in Germany.
August 28, 2018
DIYALOG and the Sustainable Design Collective are organizing a video workshop series for third country nationals and native communities in Malta between September 18 and October 2 at the Volunteer Center in Valletta.
October 14, 2014
An introduction video to Christina Kubisch's Electrical Walks series of works. Electromagnetic radiations can be directly translated into the acoustic domain with the help of Christina Kubisch's custom made special headphones.
October 14, 2014
The map of Istanbul for tourists, which includes the Sultanahmed-Region and Beyoğlu, covers only about one or two percent of the real Istanbul map. In order to go beyond these two percent you can join an „alternative citiyguiding“ (or an architectural field trip as Orhan Esen calls it). Orhan Esen is active as a researcher, writer
October 21, 2014
Acclaimed geography academic and Professor of Anthropology at City University of New York provides an interview on urban issues in the district of Tarlabaşı Istanbul, an area in the last throes of evictions for the long-standing residents. Tarlabaşı is in the process of a gentrification programme to create an upscale housing and shopping district in the centre