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regulated options demo To get a copy of your chosen film, please contact Eve Korzec from the Scottish Documentary Institute at eve@scotdoc.com. Please cite ‘Moving Worlds, special Refugee Week‘ package in your email so you can pay the discounted screening fee £20. Don’t forget to check out the complementary  enter post-screening resources to help navigate public conversations.

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  1. Buy Viagra 50 mg in Las Vegas Nevada How does the film’s title echo the experience of incarcerated Eritrean refugees?
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  4. How is the difference between ‘surviving’ and ‘living’ communicated in the film?

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Libya in Motion, Scottish Documentary Institute