Monday, September 04, 2006
Reel Intercultural Dialogue is a series of five short fiction films supported by UNESCO and made by students from India, Israel, Mexico, Romania and Burkina Faso. The project, launched in 2003, is a series of independent fiction films without dialogues. They deliver the young filmmakers' vision of humanity in peace and harmony and are dedicated to the international community. The films were created with the intention of increasing intercultural understanding and sensitising young people to tolerance, dialogue and peace. Such messages were delivered in very different and interesting ways depending on the diverse cultural backgrounds of the selected countries.
You can view the films through the Reel Intercultural Dialogue website.
Posted by John Daly at 12:12 PM