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Who do we love when we love?
Who do we love when we love? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean6-30th of December, Medina Theatre, Beirut Who do we love when we love? Do we ever know who the beloved one is? Is mutual affection but a happy and lucky misunderstanding? Enigma Variations by French Author Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, presented in Arabic at theatre Medina in Beirut does not answer to these questions of course...Because his characters as he put him himself “very seldom speak the truth”...
 
China visits the 29th Cairo Film Festival
China visits the 29th Cairo Film Festival | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean29th of November to 7th of December, Cairo. For its 29th edition, the Cairo Film Festival will welcome China as its guest of honor with 25 films produced in the last 20 years. President of the International jury composed of outstanding directors such as Indian Akbar Khan or Egyptian Yousry Nasrallah, is Chinese Director He Ping, generally credited with establishing the sub-genre of Chinese Western.
 
The Wars of Love
The Wars of Love | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanHowever new the film, however cutting edge the producer, the film could have been made in the years immediately following the end of the war (1991, 1992). Fifteen years have made no difference to how we see the war. When we watch the film we feel as if we are still there, sitting in a cinema in wartime...
 
New tool for Funding opportunities in South East Europe
New tool for Funding opportunities in South East Europe | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe survey identifies ways of matching support to existing needs by giving a fuller picture of what is available at present in terms of funding opportunities and comes as a response to the claims of cultural operators in the region that insufficient resources are invested in cultural cooperation, despite the fact that such cooperation is of fundamental importance to the democratisation and reconciliation of the societies of South East Europe.
 
The Dislocation of Being Human, and Cypriot
The Dislocation of Being Human, and Cypriot | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAt a time when his native land of Cyprus has slowly started to breach the walls of its internal divisions, poet Stephanos Stephanides reflects on dislocation, migration, diaspora, and routes instead of roots.
 
Collective editing for next documenta 12 magazine
Collective editing for next documenta 12 magazine | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDocumenta 12 magazine, based in Vienna, is launching over the next two years a very ambitious media project: to open a dialogue with around 70 magazines, journals and online media from all over the world. Inspired of the successful experience of “Wikipedia” collective editing, “Documenta 12 magazine” project will create a new platform for networked magazine projects. The final product a “Journal of journals” will focus on three main themes – modernity as antiquity, subjectification and education.
 
الحرب التي لا نحبّ أن نراها عن بعد
الحرب التي لا نحبّ أن نراها عن بعد | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean
 
Moroccan Writer Abdellah Hammoudi, Second Prize of the Lettre Ulysses Award 2005
Moroccan Writer Abdellah Hammoudi, Second Prize of the Lettre Ulysses Award 2005 | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe international jury of the Lettre Ulysses Award, the only world prize for literary reportage, announced this year’s winner on October 15th in Berlin. The price is designed to bring the outstanding achievements of literary reportage to international attention and to support its authors both materially and symbolically. The prize has a total endowment of 100,000 Euro, as well as working residencies in Berlin. In 2005 the International Jury awarded the first prize to British Writer Alexandra Fuller for the book Scribbling the Cat. Travels with an African Soldier, the second prize went to Moroccan Abdellah Hammoudi for its Une saison à la Mecque. Récit de pélerinage.
 
In Jericho, a new cinema for world’s most ancient city
In Jericho, a new cinema for world’s most ancient city | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean5-14 November 2005. The Jericho International Film Festival is the second edition of what started out as the Ramallah International Film Festival, last year. This year the festival was moved to its permanent home – the city of Jericho. With its water springs, palm trees, friendly people, and calm desert evenings, it is poised to become a truly sublime event.
 
7ayy! – Alive!
7ayy! – Alive! | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAl Azhar Park, Cairo, 13 to 27 October 2005 7ayy! “Alive!” at the Al Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park is a two-week celebration of contemporary Egyptian culture, with a focus on pop culture and colloquial expression. The program includes colloquial poetry, sufi chanting, folk music, story-telling, puppets and circus. It also presents, among other, two of Egypt’s best story-tellers: Sayed Ragab and Ramadan Khater.
 

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