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By Joe Bendel. How can a major metropolis simultaneously become larger but less cosmopolitan? Such appears to be the case when Laila Kamel returns to her family home in Amman, Jordan after a long stay in America.
“Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival” 20-27 October, 2011 New York, USA | Fest21.com
With globalization and frequent international travel, social media, and worldwide failing economies, we barely have time to say, “hello”, to one another, let alone have deep conversations about how to solve international conflicts and understand one another’s cultural differences.
“Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival” 20-27 October, 2011 New York, USA
"OPEN MINDS, OPEN BORDERS" With globalization and frequent international travel, social media, and worldwide failing economies, we barely have time to say, "hello", to one another, let alo...
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DIALOGUE OF CULTURES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (DCIFF) is the world’s first film festival dedicated to the impact of globalization
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“Transit Cities” and Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival run through October 27. Venues: Quad Cinema and SVA Theater.
“Dialogue of cultures”, il primo festival del cinema sull’impatto della globalizzazione - America24
Sedici film e documentari proiettati in sette giorni per descrivere la ricerca della propria identità e, al contempo, il confrontarsi con altre culture.
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Dialogues in Culture International Film Festival: 'Cirkus Columbia'
By Cynthia Fuchs
Interweaving stories that are at once personal and political, historical and topical, comic and tragic, Danis Tanovic's Cirkus Columbia is an apt film to open the Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival. Screening 16 feature length movies ...
“Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival” 20-27 October
OPEN MINDS, OPEN BORDERS”. With globalization and frequent international travel, social media, and worldwide failing economies, we barely have time to ...
20 Oct 2011. NY: Dialogue Of Cultures International Film Festival Opening Night - "Cirkus Columbia"
Pending a divorce and throwing her bid for U.S. citizenship to the wind, Laila (a convincing Saba Mubarak) returns to Amman after a decade and a half abroad, to the accompaniment of indisputably sad music.
Dialogue Of Cultures Festival | Film Festival Today
The first edition of the Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival, the world’s first film festival dedicated to the impact of globalization, unfurls in New York City this week at the Quad Cinema and SVA Theater in Manhattan. The event, which will showcase 16 world cinema features and documen...
Dialogue of Cultures film fest in Tokyo cancelled
Event's first edition nixed by earthquake, tsunami
LONDON -- The first edition of an international film festival due to take place in Tokyo early April has been cancelled following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on Friday.
The Dialogue of Cultures Film Festival, dedicated to exploring the impact of globalization through film, was due to run in Tokyo April 7-11.
Backed by Kazakh producers Boris Cherdabayev and Aliya Uvalzhanova , the fest is due to play in a different continent each year with France scheduled as the location for 2012.
Fest's first edition was due to showcase 10 features and documentaries, each one from a different part of the world: Brazil, Germany, France, Spain, South and North Korea, Japan, the U.S., Israel, Kazakhstan, United Arab Emirates and the U.K.
Cherdabayev said the fest aimed to show films that explored "how their protagonists cope with different traditions, cultures, ways of thinking and behaving, how modern people survive once they are placed in a new environment."
He added: "In a world where the borders between countries are fast disappearing, how far should we go to preserve our unique cultural tradition and religious views? We can survive only by living together, by being tolerant."
The New York Times' Weekend Miser reports on the DCIFF!
The first Dialogue of Cultures International Film Festival can have you geeking out about globalization, too, with films that follow a Palestinian-Israeli slacker on dates with Muslim, Christian and Jewish women; a drive through earthquake-ravaged northeastern Japan; and the careers of two comedians, one imprisoned in Myanmar and the other free in Germany.