Ramallah, Tirana. Two names, two cities that seem to be in stark opposition. The former, the actual administrative capital of one of the most media-covered territories, Palestine. The latter, the capital of an unknown country with an improbable geography yet located at the heart of Europe, Albania. Two titles of films questionning each in their own way reality, its representations, and the fantasy underlying them. Ramallah Flavie Pinatel - France - 2013 - 28mn Original version - English subtitles Bonus : Film commentary, cut scenes, interview with architects Yousef andElias Anastas, Q&A Flavie Pinatel / Alexander Schellow Tirana Alexander Schellow - France, Germany - 2012 - 26mn - color and B&W English version Bonus : « Schellow at work », music by Jean-Marc Montera and shooting photos, Alexander Schellow / Edi Muka conversation and cut-out animations Ramallah is available in VoD here : Ramallah Tirana is available in VoD here :Tirana
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