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Collection by International Film Festival Innsbruck

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International Film Festival Innsbruck
Nairobi Half Life, the first-ever Kenyan Oscar Entry for Best Foreign Language Film. Drama, Half Life, O 8, Nairobi, Original Music, Family Events, Film Music Books, Great Movies, Movies To Watch

Nairobi Half Life (2012) - IMDb

A young, aspiring actor from upcountry Kenya dreams of becoming a success in the big city. In pursuit of this and to the chagrin of his brother and parents, he makes his way to Nairobi:the city of opportunity.

Still BOCKSIEDLUNG EINE FILMISCHE SPURENSUCHE von Melanie Hollaus Painting, Art, Art Background, Painting Art, Kunst, Paintings, Performing Arts, Painted Canvas, Drawings

Still BOCKSIEDLUNG EINE FILMISCHE SPURENSUCHE von Melanie Hollaus

Rusudan Chkonia, Georgia Georgia

Rusudan Chkonia, Georgia

Ilian Metev, Bulgaria Bulgaria

Ilian Metev, Bulgaria

Festival director Helmut Groschup

Festival director Helmut Groschup

Paul Leduc, Stefan Kuen, Perla Widmann und Helmut roschup Che Guevara

Paul Leduc, Stefan Kuen, Perla Widmann und Helmut roschup

¿Cómo ves?, Dir. Paul Leduc (1985) Broadway, Cinema, Home, Musica, Movies, Movie Theater

¿Cómo ves?, Dir. Paul Leduc (1985)

Nairobi Half Life, the first-ever Kenyan Oscar Entry for Best Foreign Language Film. Drama, Half Life, O 8, Nairobi, Original Music, Family Events, Film Music Books, Great Movies, Movies To Watch

Nairobi Half Life (2012) - IMDb

A young, aspiring actor from upcountry Kenya dreams of becoming a success in the big city. In pursuit of this and to the chagrin of his brother and parents, he makes his way to Nairobi:the city of opportunity.

Claude Haffner: "Black Here, White There" Martin Luther King, Claude, African Women, Film Festival, Filmmaking, Round Sunglasses, Footprints, Interview, Actresses

Claude Haffner: "Black Here, White There" | "Footprints of My Other "

Claude Haffner with her grandmother An interview with Franco-Congolese filmmaker Claude Haffner by Beti Ellerson regarding her documentary film, Footprints of My Other (2012) Claude, a moving autobiographical story about your place “in between”—black and white as a racial signifier, Africa and Europe—their contrasting beliefs and customs, class, status and gender—what you represent as an Alsatian and its contradictions as a Congolese. I also discern your need to redefine yourself in…