Global Film Initiative - Global Lens 2004/2003

Global Lens 2004/2003

  • Angel on the Right (Farishtay Kitfi Rost) by Djamshed Usmonov, Tajikistan, 2002
  • Khorma by Saadi, Tunisia, 2002
  • Mango Yellow (Amarelo Manga) by Cláudio Assis, Brazil, 2002
  • Margarette's Feast (La Festa de Margarette) by Renato Falcão, Brazil, 2002
  • Nothing More (NADA +) by Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti, Cuba, 2001
  • Rachida by Yamina Bachir-Chouikh, Algeria, 2002
  • Shadow Kill (Nizhalkkuthu) by Adoor Gopalakrishnan, India, 2002
  • Ticket to Jerusalem by Rashid Masharawi, Palestine, 2002
  • Women's Prison by Manijeh Hekmat, Iran, 2002
  • Wretched Lives (Hubog) by Joel Lamangan, Philippines, 2001

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