Filmes

Ass Wa Lazq (2006) - Hala Khalil

 

Ibn el Nil (1951) - Youssef Chahine

 

Keda Reda (2007)- Ahmed Nader Galal

 

The Battle of Algiers (1966) - Gillo Pontecorvo

 

A Difficult Mission (2007) - Ehab Radi

 

Al Nasser Salah Ad-Din (1963) - Youssef Chahine

 

Al-Shams Fi Yawam Gha'em (1986) - Muhammad Shahin

 

Beirut Open City (2008) - Samir Habchi

 

La rabbia (1963) - Pier Paolo Pasolini

 

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) - Ang Lee

 

Kibera Kid (2006) - Nathan Collett

 

Mortu Nega (1987) - Flora Gomes

 

Repatriation - Songhwan (2003) - Dong-won Kim

 

Sambizanga (1972) - Sarah Maldoror

 

The Syrian Bride (2004) - Eran Riklis

 

I am the One That Carries the Flowers to Her Grave (2006) - Hala Abdallah

Liberation (1970-1971)- film series, Yuri Ozerov

Stalingrad (1989 film)- Yuri Ozerov

Mistérios de Lisboa (2010) Raoul Ruiz

Basain 2005 Subash Gajurel

Al-kompars - SYR - 1993 - Comedy - Nabil Maleh

Lumumba - 2000 - Biography - Raoul Peck

Haiti: The end of illusions? - 2004 - Documentary - Charles Najman

Profit & Nothing But! ... - 2001 - Documentary - Raoul Peck

The Scent of Green Papaya - Mùi đu đủ xanh - 1993 - Anh Hung Tran

Black Harvest 1992 Robin Anderson

The Red Tent (1971 film) - Mikhail Kalatozov

I am Cuba-Soy Cuba (1964) - Mikhail Kalatozov

Muerte de un burócrata (Death of a Bureaucrat) (1966) - Tomás Gutiérrez Alea

El brigadista (1977 Cuban drama film) - Octavio Cortázar

El Cuerno de la Abundancia (2008) - Juan Carlos Tabío

Guantanamera (1995) - Tomás Gutiérrez Alea & Juan Carlos Tabío

 

Vodka Lemon (2004) - Hiner Saleem

 

Dol (Valley in Kurdish) (2007 film) - Hiner Saleem

 

Dawn of the World (2008) - Abbas Fahdel

 

Cinema 500 km (2006) - Abdullah Al-Eyaf

 

Dunia (Kiss Me Not on the Eyes) (2005) - Jocelyne Saab

 

Loafing and Camouflage: Sirens in the Aegean (2005) - Nikos Perakis

Loafing and Camouflage: Sirens at Land (2011) - Nikos Perakis

Loafing and Camouflage (1984) - Nikos Perakis

Bosta (2006) - Philippe Aractingi

 

8. The White Silk Dress - Ao lua ha dong - 2006 - Luu Huynh The love story of Dan (a beautiful young woman) and Gu (a humpback), servants from two separate households in Ha Dong, Vietnam who have suffered most of their lives at the hands of their cruel masters. The couple flee south soon after Gu presents Dan with a wedding gift - the precious white silk dress his mother had owned (his one valuable possession), while he promises her a proper marriage someday in the future. The couple arrive in the seaside town of Hoi An and build a new life, with Dan ultimately giving birth to 4 daughters. Despite struggling through immense poverty and hardships, the family is happy and fulfilled as long as they have each other, but the horrors of the encroaching war brings tragedy and threatens to tear them apart. (IMDB) 9. The Rebel - 2006 - Truc 'Charlie' Nguyen 1920s. Vietnam under colonial French ruling. Anti-French rebellions emerge all over the country to disrupt the foreign occupiers. In respond, the colonialist employed units of Vietnamese agents to track and destroy these rebels. The film follows the journey of Le Van Cuong, a French cultured undercover elite. Although branded with a perfect track record, Cuong's inner conscience is troubled by the sea of Vietnamese blood he had spilled to uphold a French washed ideal. Following an assassination of a high ranking French, Cuong is assigned to seek and kill the notorious leader of the resistance. Cuong encounters Vo Thanh Thuy, a relentless revolutionary fighter and the daughter of the rebel leader. Cuong's superior intends for him to use Thuy as a mean to get to her father but Cuong soon has feelings for her. Thuy's patriotism ignites conflicts between Cuong's consciousness and his cultured faith. Will Cuong discover his inner-self and find love or will he continue his mission? The journey unfolds... (IMDB)

6. Living in Fear - Song trong so hai 2005 Chuyên Bui Thac Tai, a soldier in South Vietnam, had 2 wives living in 2 different places. When the war ended in 1975, he brought his second wife and her child to a new land which was littered with land mines and bombs leftover from the war. As a loser, he had no choice. He built a small house for himself. He worked extremely hard to earn money. One day, while having a drink with a Cong San named Nam Duc, he found out another way to earn his living. Nam Duc was a good mine clearer and he collected barbwire in the minefields in exchange for alcohol. Tai was taught how to earn money in that way by Nam Duc. Tai went to the minefield at the risk of his life and cleared land-mines. He collected scraps from the minefield. He had money to bring up his 2 wives and children. However, he understood that scraps would run out one day. He discovered a new way to be paid...He cleared land-mines daily for cultivation land. He dug for land-mines and took them out of land. And he had a simple conclusion: land-mines were only dangerous when they were stepped over. If being taken out, they were like stones 7. When the Tenth Month Comes - Bao gio cho den thang muoi - 1984 - Nhat Minh Dang Nhat Minh Dang´s wartime melodrama Bao Gio Cho Den Thang Muoi (When the Tenth Month Comes, 1984) about the struggle of ordinary people in a small village was made nine years after the Vietnam War had ended, a national tragedy which caused the deaths of more than three million citizens, and left the country devastated. Nhat Minh Dang who was born in 1938 and had made his start in documentary films while the war was still going on decided to make his feature debut about the impact the warface had especially on indivdual human beeings, far from any kind of propaganda, and so created an astonishing tragedy about a young woman who had lost her husband in the war, and now desperately ranges between her grief and the futile intent to find love again. The tenth month in the title of the film refers to the time of forgiveness in Vietnamese culture. The film begins with Duyen, the heroine returning from the front where she had discovered that her husband had been killed, and her decision to conceal this information from her sick father-in-law and her son to not cause them pain. She soon finds herself trapped because of the difficulty to keep on dissimulating, and finally asks a befriended school teacher called Zhang to write her letters in the name of her dead husband. The arrangement suceeds in order to tranquilize the family members, but her oppressed feelings towards Zhang begin to trouble her, and cause a feeling of guilt. The impossibility of taking a chance on a new love become clear when the society finds out about the strong relation between Duyen and Zhang, so that the alleged lovers see themselves confronted with incomprehension and repression. The complexity of reciprocal emotions make Duyen´s situation almost insupportable, so that her only resort becomes a world of dreams and cultural myths.

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