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The FilmAid Film Festival (#FAFF2020) is moving online and inviting global audiences to engage with inspiring young filmmakers, journalists and activists.

12 November 2020  -  24 November 2020
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film-aid

In partnership with the Justice, Arts, and Migration Network Mansions of the Future will premiere It Takes a Decade, a short film by artists Natasha Davis and Jane Olson, part of The Big Walk project.

11 September 2020  -  11 September 2020
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it takes a decade

Journeys Festival International is an annual arts Festival that celebrates the creative talent of exceptional artists from sanctuary seeking backgrounds and shares experiences of refugee and asylum-seeking communities through artistic and creative encounters.

28 September 2020  -  18 October 2020
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‘Flight’ is a new feature documentary by Vaughan Pilikian. Shot in during 2015-16 at five locations on the chaotic and dangerous overland route through Europe, it revisits the founding event of our era.

27 February 2020  -  27 February 2020
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flight

In an age of mass displacement, what does it mean to feel ‘at home’? Video Jam presents five commissioned short films by artists based around the world, each scored by a different UK composer, reflecting on home and history, desire and estrangement, nationhood and mythology, extinction and exile.

07 February 2020  -  07 February 2020
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video jam

A new short film showcasing the journeys of refugees and migrants and their struggles of belonging will be screened in London at the Royal Society for Arts on November 29th.

29 November 2019  -  29 November 2019
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we are searching for life

The goal of London Migration Film Festival is to portray the diversity, nuance and subjective experience within migration – including and beyond the refugee experience – in order to restore the dignity and humanity inherent within it.

29 November 2019  -  04 December 2019
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London Migration Film Festival

As part of their Autumn/Winter programme, 101 Social Club in Margate presents work relating to refugees and migration.

18 September 2019  -  08 November 2019
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101 social

A series of short films by Child Migrant Stories about the welcome and non-welcome experienced by young people who have migrated to the UK – from Syrian children on the Isle of Bute, to Iraqi Kurdish youth in Norwich, to Eritreans in Harrow.

21 March 2019  -  21 March 2019
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Toynbee Studios 28 Commercial Street E1 6AB 7.30pm. Free. Book your place online. On Akka’s Shore is a 60min cinematic performance combining film, text, soundscore and rap, exploring the chaos of memory in relation to personal and collective history; a meditation on a past, present, and future that has been continuously disrupted. Uama has developed […]

07 March 2019  -  07 March 2019
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Akkas shore

The goal of London Migration Film Festival is to portray the diversity, nuance and subjective experience within migration – including and beyond the refugee experience – in order to restore the dignity and humanity inherent within it. The programme hopes to challenge the rhetoric that overwhelmingly reduces migrants to simplistic categories: active enemies or passive victims.

29 November 2018  -  05 December 2018
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