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Directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella
In a world controlled and timed by light, an ordinary man has a plan that could
change the natural order of things.
Directed by Pelin Esmer
Haunted by a tragic incident, Nihat has isolated himself by becoming a fire warden and withdrawing to a remote observation tower. At a rural bus station nearby, Seher has taken a job as a hostess to escape her own past. Reluctantly choosing companionship over isolation, the pair develops an uneven domestic partnership after their lives are brought together and their pasts are exposed.
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
Directed by Jessie Taylor & Dave Schmidt
A 52-MINUTE DOCUMENTARY LOOKING AT THE CIRCUMSTANCES AND DECISIONS THAT LEAD SOMEONE TO BECOME A ‘BOAT PERSON’.
When she was 9, Zainab’s parents made the heartbreaking decision to leave their home in northern Afghanistan. They set out on a journey across the globe, putting the fate of their family in the hands of strangers.
Across borders, behind bars and onto a smuggler’s boat – the family chased freedom.
‘Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea’ tells Zainab’s story, and the story of many others who have trodden the same path.
Jessie Taylor and Ali Reza Sadiqi travelled across Indonesia and met with 250 asylum seekers in jails, detention centres and hostels. Through candid interviews, hidden camera footage and in the words of asylum seekers themselves, the story of the ‘refugee’ is told. What pushes people to leave home? What do they leave behind? What do they fear? Why did they choose this path? And what does it take to turn someone into a ‘boat person’?
Meet the human faces behind the most controversial issue of our time.