Category: Mediterranean Memory 2014

THE DIVISION OF CYPRUS

THE DIVISION OF CYPRUS 47 minutes, 2012 Direction : Andreas APOSTOLIDIS (Grèce) et Yuri AVEROF (Grèce) Production : Anemon Productions (Grèce) ___ Cyprus gained its independence from Britain in 1960 and three years later the island faced an outbreak of inter-community violence. In 1974, the Greek Cypriot military coup overthrew the legitimate government. Today, the …

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SARAJEVO, DES ENFANTS DANS LA GUERRE

SARAJEVO, DES ENFANTS DANS LA GUERRE 53 minutes, 2014 Direction : Virginie LINHART (France) Production : Cinétévé (France) ___ Vanja, Adnan, Nadja, Nijaz and Sejla were 9, 8, 2, 12 and 13 when war broke out in Sarajevo in 1992. Seriously wounded, they were sent to France to be looked after. They spent several years …

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MURGE, THE COLD WAR FRONT

MURGE THE COLD WAR FRONT 53 minutes, 2012 Drirection : Fabrizio GALATEA (Italie) Production : Zenit Arti Audiovisive (Italie) ___ 1962, the world is facing the biggest crisis of modern times: the Cuban missile crisis and the nightmare of nuclear war. Unexpectedly, the front-line moves to Murgia, a small, impoverished sub- region of Apulia in …

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L’ATTENTAT DE SARAJEVO

L’ATTENTAT DE SARAJEVO 52 minutes, 2014 Direction : Nedim LONCAREVIC (France, Bosnia-Herzegovina) Production : Equipage (France) ___ On 28 June 1914 the heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire, Franz Ferdinand, and his wife Sophie were assassinated in Sarajevo by Gavrilo Princip, a young Serbian nationalist. A few weeks after the attack, the whole of Europe was …

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