February 27th

by Marie-Therese Jakoubek , Austria 2018 , 43’

Greek Premiere

Τribute “Minorities, Roma, Intercultural Education”

For 42 years, around 210.000 Saharawi have been living in camps in the Algerian desert due to the occupation of the Western Sahara by Morocco. The film focuses on the daily lives of the inhabitants of the camps, which were primarily built by the women while the men were at war. It tells about their lives in a temporary existence that evolved into a home against their will and to this day symbolizes their resistance and resilience.

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