That's why we are so keen to promote it!
This video was funded by the Jubilee Project, an organisation worth checking out for the cool stuff they produce.
We cannot wait to see this film: Art with a capital A but more importantly Age with a capital A. These ladies rock!
More info here.
A film about kids living in Kolkata's red light district and one amazing lady setting up a photography project. Words would not do the beauty of this film any justice. Just watch it.
Alice Herz, what an amazing woman, a true advocate of the strength you can find in music. Such a humbling story.
It takes a lot of courage to wear your heart on your sleeve if it comes to depression.
Matthew Johnstone made a book and an animated film out of it. We take your hat off to you, Mr Johnstone!
How to replace sadness with hope? Here is a good start.
Have a look at the Rwanda Healing Project movie, a moving film about how (to (attempt) to start the road to recovery.
To know more about the Barefoot Artist, go to her website.
The ladies from Parallel Lab were one of the speakers at PechaKucha last Tuesday. They have a fascination with space, the lack of it and the use of it. In Hong Kong this has led them down the backstreets and that's where they are now doing an event, this Sunday at 6.00pm.
If you want to know more, have a look on www.staghk.org or www.parallellab.com.
Over the years, the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation has done some great things to keep Chinese Culture alive. Last year they had an amazing exhibition We All live in the Forbidden City. Recently they announced a documentary series Forbidden City 100. Each episode will be 5 minutes long and will talk about a different aspect of the Forbidden City. If the trailer is anything to go by, this will be a stunning documentary.
If you want to see the first 20 episodes, click here. (Please note the series is in Chinese)
If you want to know more about the Robert Ho Family Foundation, please follow this link www.rhfamilyfoundation.org.
The Rock Foundation has organised a Special Needs Film Festival on Sunday 29 January 2012 at Agnes B Cinema. There are two different screenings, each followed by an interactive discussion workshop. Don't miss it!
For more information, click here.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb