On Tuesday 18th of July we watched the documentary film Corsino, after Col Kivlin, which was made by the Spanish director Luis Argeo. Film tells the story of a boy named Corsino. He was just one of the kids, who had to leave their homes after the Franco’s uprising in the 1936. After that we had a conversation with Chantal Van Mourik, who moved to Slovenia from Netherlands almost 15 years.
In Cyberkino we watched a documentary movie entitled The Women’s Island made by Erwin Maisch. The film is thematising the mass emigrations of the male inhabitants of the island Bawean. Tuestday’s programme finished with the projection of the documentary film Char…Nobody’s Island directed by Sourav Sarangi. The film shows us the formation of the Char island positioned in the middle of the Ganga river in India. It is also the story of the fourteen years old boy Rubel, who is smuggling the rice from India to Bangladesh.