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Aborigines, colonialism, politics
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Alan Duff was born in 1950 as son of a Maori and a European father and grew up in a typical government housing area in Rotorua, New Zealand. After the separation of his parents he lived with different relatives, ran away from home the first time at the age of twelve.

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deutsch
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Aborigines, Kolonialismus, Politik
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Alan Duff wurde 1950 als Sohn einer Maori - Mutter und eines Europäischen Vaters geboren und wuchs in einer Sozialsiedlung in Rotorua, Neuseeland, auf. Nach der Trennung seiner Eltern lebte er bei verschiedenen Verwandten, mit zwölf riss er zum ersten Mal aus und wurde bald vom...

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Film (Kurzfilm, Spielfilm)
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House of World Cultures

Bahman Farmanara wurde 1942 in Teheran geboren. Er studierte an der Londoner School of Music and Dramatic Arts und am Film-Instutut der Southern California University. 1966 kehrte er nach Iran zurück und arbeitete bei Zeitungen, Radio- und Fernsehsendern. 1971 drehte er seinen ersten Kurzfilm...

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English
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Film (feature film, short film)

Bahman Farmanara, born in 1942 in Tehran, initially studied at the London School of Music before going on to graduate in directing from the University of Southern California. He returned to Iran in 1966, working as a journalist for print, radio and TV, before making his first short film “Nouruz and...

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body, history, imagination, interculturalism
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance / ballet, Masks, puppet theatre, theatre)
Written and spoken word (lectures)
information provided by:
Intercult

Deborah Hunt is an expert in manipulation and creation of masks with twenty-five years of experience working with puppet theatre. Deborah has also studied ancient Greek and history, English, contortionism, capoeira, classical ballet, contemporary dance, pantomime and fire works. She is co-founder...

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Aborigines, realism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Witi Ihimaera is the first Maori writer to have his works published and made accessible to a larger public. He was born in Gisborne, New Zealand, in 1944. In 1972, a year after he had completed his English studies, he enjoyed the success of his first publication and then embarked on a diplomatic...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Aborigines, Realismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Witi Ihimaera wurde 1944 in Gisborne, Neuseeland, geboren. Er gehört zum Volk der Maori, den neuseeländischen Ureinwohnern, und gilt als eine ihrer wichtigsten Stimmen. Vor seiner Karriere als Schriftsteller arbeitete Ihimaera als Journalist, und er schloss 1971 an der Victoria University...

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Rosa Casado , Rocío Solís , (Maria Eugenia de Castilla: stand-in for Ms.Solis during Roots in Transit Festival)
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emigration, everyday life, people
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (theatre)
information provided by:
Intercult

Nomad was born in May 2000. Two actresses, with a wide professional trajectory, decided to create a very singularproject. They based their work on the search for a new scenic language in collaboration with some international artists and creators. Nomad’s projects have a very clear social...

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identity, labelling, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, painting, sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

Peter Robinson was born in Ashburton, New Zealand, in 1966 and received a BFA from Ilam School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, in 1989. Of Maori descent, Robinson has critically explored issues of identity, ethnicity, and exoticism in his work, and has often provoked violent...

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interculturalism, multi-culturalism, women
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (education, musical theatre, theatre)
Written and spoken word (general)
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Intercult

Sally Rodwell was born in Dunedin, New Zealand. She is a founding member of the touring theatre company Red Mole, whose philosophy was to play everywhere and for everyone. More recently Sally founded Roadworks, a multilingual ensemble of young performers and musicians which she directs. Sally is...

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Film (Dokumentarfilm)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Filmdrehbuch)
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House of World Cultures

Elli Safari wurde 1954 in Iran geboren. Zwischen 1972 und 1979 war sie für die iranische Film- und Fernsehindustrie als Kostümdesignerin, Drehbuchschreiberin, Regieassistentin und Regisseurin tätig. Alle Filme, die sie in Iran vor und nach der Revolution drehte, sind verboten. Seit...

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body, borderline experience, communication, gay & lesbian, identity, interdisciplinarity, language, love, peace, politics, pop-culture, ritual, spirituality, technology, women, writing
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (Cyber Performance, digital arts, general, Internet)
Performing Arts (interactive performance, video performance)
Written and spoken word (column, play)
information provided by:
Intercult

Helen Varley Jamieson, Web Queen of the Magdalena Project, has a tendency to pop up all over the globe, both in flesh and virtually. A theatre practitioner since childhood, she currently experiments with cyberperformance-live performance that brings remote performers together via the internet-with...

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