The films

AUSCHWITZ IS MY TEACHER

Katia Bernardi
Italia
2011
short
52'
festival edition: 
2012
Every year thousands of students visit the concentration camp in Auschwitz. This year, for the first time, a group of teenagers from all over the world togheter with a group of Peacemakers...

BEDTIME STORIES FROM THE AXIS OF EVIL

Vibeke Bryld
Denmark
2011
short
23'
festival edition: 
2012
In Bedtime Stories from the Axis of Evil the intimate and ancient world of bedtime stories intertwine with the strange logic of political agitation. We visit a family from Iran, Iraq and North Korea...

BELOVED SKY

Dariush Mehrjui
Iran
2011
film
80'
festival edition: 
2012
Shayan is a young renowned doctor, who at the peak of his career and social success, finds out he has an incurable disease. Therefore, he leaves his work and daily life and leaves the city. He ends...

BETWEEN TWO WORLDS

Ovidio Salazar
UK
2012
doc
75'
festival edition: 
2012
The life of Muhammad Knut Bernstrom was one epitomised by sincerity, spiritual struggle and the search for inner peace. After a spell as the Swedish Ambassador to Morocco, Bernstrom realised his...

CAIRO REVOLUTION

Andrea Bernardi
Italy
2011
doc
38'
festival edition: 
2012
The film tells us about the events that led to the fall of the regime of Hosni Mubarak through images and interviews with the Egyptians who crowded Tharir Square. It also tries to tell the point of...

CAP OR KIPPAH

Susanne Engels
The Netherlands
2012
doc
15'
festival edition: 
2012
Bram (14) keeps it a secret at his secondary school that he is Jewish. Whether it's discrimination or not, he feels that he has to defend himself because of it. Cap or Kippah is about a child...

CARRYING THE LIGHT

Guy Natanel
UK
2011
doc
56'
festival edition: 
2012
A documentary film following Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg on his symbolic and spiritual walk from Frankfurt to London. Joined by his dog Mitzpah, Jonathan carries the light from his grandfather's...

DAVID

Joel Fendelman-Patrick Daly
USA
2011
film
90'
festival edition: 
2012
Eleven year-old Daud, the son of a religious imam in Brooklyn, is mistaken for a Jewish boy. He becomes conflicted after befriending Jewish kids his age, and the longer he plays out his double life,...

DOLPHIN BOY

Dani Menkin, Yonatan Nir
USA
2011
doc
72'
festival edition: 
2012
Morad is an Israeli-Arab young man who has lost touch with reality as the result of severe physical abuse. As a last resort prior to hospitalization in a mental institute, his father, As'ad,...

FLIGHT OF AN ANGEL

Clodualdo del Mundo Jr.
The Philippines
2011
film
94'
festival edition: 
2012
Gabby, a young accountant in a TV network, leads an uneventful, if not boring, life - until one day when he sees an old, sickly beggar needing help. He decides to bring the old woman to a hospice...

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