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Reflections on Sovereignty 2: Power to the People (N/C 15+)

18 March

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  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly

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In the month in which the British government is expected to invoke Article 50 and commence EU exit negotiations, GSFF takes a wider view, considering notions of nationhood and borders both physical and cultural. We have invited curators from imagineNATIVE, the world’s largest showcase of Indigenous-made screen content, and Dokufest, the leading film festival in Kosovo, to propose programmes of short films exploring sovereignty in distinctive ways.

In three films, Dokufest presents the ambiguities of identity inherent in a young country, and the complexity of relations between Kosovo and her neighbours Serbia and the EU.

Read more about the strand here.

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Whose Flag Is It?

Kosovars of all ages give wildly differing opinions about their country’s controversial new blue, white and gold national flag.

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  • Director Baris Karamuco
  • Country Kosovo
  • Year 2012
  • Duration 14 min
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The Agreement

A EU peace negotiator is tasked with persuading Serbia and Kosovo to reach an agreement to build peaceful relations. But how far is each party willing to go?

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  • Director Karen Stokkendal Poulsen
  • Country Denmark
  • Year 2013
  • Duration 58 min
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Note on Multitude

Men, women and children kiss goodbye and try to board the buses that will take them towards an uncertain future as migrants.

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  • Director Ibro Hasanovic
  • Country Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Year 2015
  • Duration 8 min
  • Certificate N/C 15+
  • Running time 1h30m
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