Main Program: Aftermath

28 Oct 2017 13:00 - 14:15
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NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

What happens after the fighting ceases and the cameras stop filming? As the world moves on, scars remain for individuals, communities and entire nations. Casting a survey across Cambodia, India, Zimbabwe and Indonesia, we consider the legacies of conflict and the challenges and opportunities for rebuilding.

Apa yang terjadi setelah pertempuran berhenti dan kamera menghentikan dalam pembuatan film? Seiring dunia bergerak, bekas luka tetap ada untuk setiap individu, masyarakat, dan seluruh bangsa. Dengan membuat penelitian di Kamboja, India, Zimbabwe, serta Indonesia, kami mempertimbangkan warisan konflik dan tantangan maupun kesempatan untuk membangun kembali.


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