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FiSahara 2014: sharing Sahrawi stories at the world’s most remote film festival (The Guardian)

The festival programme included over 30 films from around the world including documentaries, animations, short films and blockbusters as well as several made by refugees themselves in the newly established refugee camp film school. While some films such as the Oscar-nominated Egyptian film The Square, reflected stories of hope and struggle, others were purely intended to entertain offering the refugees a glimpse of what lies beyond their desiccated desert horizons.

This article is available in full:

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/may/21/fisahara-2014-worlds-most-remote-film-festival?CMP=twt_gu


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