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African Mirror [dir: Mischa Hedinger]

COLONIALISM: It is hard to tell if the archival documentary African Mirror is a rehabilitation of a colonial mind, a critique of colonialism or a piece of essayistic nostalgia over the colonial gaze. Probably it is a mix, and as such, nothing new.
Elitist liberalism + mass nationalism = truth
(L’impasse nationale-libérale, Globalisation et repli identitaire)
To political scientist Jean François Bayart, globalising and development are complementary processes.

 DOCS IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: Adding the Emotional Aspect

Quite a few documentaries are shown in the European Parliament. It is not a bad place to get exposure for a certain case, as screenings are often attended by politicians, journalists and sundry lobby groups, providing an opportunity for direct contact with those in power.

Sisters In Law [dir: Kim Longinotto and Florence Ayisi]

Kim Longinotto and Florence Ayisi’s documentary “Sisters in Law” is a fascinating insight into the workings of the judicial system in the small African town of Kumba in southwest Cameroon.

France, Here We Are! [dir: Michael Glawogger]

It documents the realities of the game as perceived by soccer aficionados in Austria but also in the countries against which Austria played: Cameroon, Chile and Italy.