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The Lion and the Unicorn

Set in a lavish mansion in the Scottish Borders, the lion (representing England) and the unicorn (representing Scotland) debate the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence while drinking North-sea oil from Jacobite crystal and dividing up the pieces of a Union Jack cake.

Director

Country

Year

2012

Dialogue Language

English

Now Eat My Script

The transit of a sacrificed lamb in the trunk of her relative’s car provides a starting point to reflect on the exchange of food between the artist’s mother’s family in Syria and her family in Lebanon, and on the exchange of language, as a text roams among cities.

Director

Country

Year

2014

Premiere

Dialogue Language

English

Two at the Border

A documentary portrait about two human smugglers: Ali from Syria and Naser from Palestine. Based in the Turkish city of Edirne, they help refugees cross the border into Greece. While Greece barricades its borders to Turkey with European support, their work gets increasingly tough.

Directors

Countries

Year

2013

Dialogue Languages

Lebanese Arabic (dialect) Persian (farsi) Turkish

Subtotal

What is the true cost of a bargain? A comic encounter between a Swedish salesman and a Norwegian couple on their monthly bargain hunting at the border between Norway and Sweden.

Director

Countries

Year

2014