THU 12 SEPT
WESTBOURNE STUDIOS
242 ACKLAM ROAD, W10 5JJ




Documentary


6-11 pm


Unseen
Upneet Kaur-Nagpal, 20 minutes, 12
Five fascinating individuals who were once homeless on the streets of London, now lead the Unseen City Walking Tours as guides along familiar streets, exploring London on many ‘unseen’ levels.
Documentary
London, England

This Is How A Country Became (Dit Is Hoe Een Land Ontstond )
Harko Wubs, 26 minutes, 12A
Mr.Beuceverd and his eager followers announced a new sovereign state upon a former ditch between the Netherlands and Germany: ‘Eurostaete’.
Documentary
Holland

Casa Luz
Navina Khatib & Alexandra Weltz 64 minutes 12A
The documentary film “Casa Luz” gives an insight into everyday life of Peruvian orphans. A life full of poverty, loss and grief - a pth they did not choose - and yet they still manage to find their way. Documentary Germany

Samosiuk: The Independent Film Republic
Adam Lewandowski, 28 minutes, U
“He was like John Lennon for me”, says a critic nearly 30 years after Samosiuk’s sudden death. The portrait of Zygmunt Samosiuk, the great cinematographer and co-worker of Andrzej Wajda and Lindsay Anderson.
Documentary
Poland

Under the Hood
Mark Byrne & Rob Dennis, 75 minutes, 12
From the protests and secret meetings to the hand tilled fields of modern Belarus. What is life really like in Europe’s last Dictatorship?
Documentary
Ireland

One Zero One (Die Geschichte Von Cybersissy & Baybjane)
Tim Lienhard, 90 minutes, 18
A 90-minute docu-tale, a hybrid of documentary and fiction. It follows the life of 33-year-old Moroccan-German Mourad and 48-year-old Dutchman Antoine. Multi-disabled Mourad is “the smallest drag queen in the world”. This is because schizophrenic Antoine, academic educated artist, discovered Mourad’s skills for being a performer.
Documentary
Germany



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