Full list of films screened at the #UCL Urban Migration Film Festival and Symposium

Several respondents to the survey asked for a full list of films screened at the UCL Urban Migration Film Festival and Symposium, including dates. Some of the films are available to purchase, whilst others can only be obtained from film libraries and the like. See link to the survey here https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FH7M6RR.


Chronicle of a Summer (Jean Rouch, 1961)

Crossroads at the Edge of Worlds (Charles Heller, 2006)

Encounters at the End of the World (Werner Herzog, 2007)

Sudeuropa (Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio, 2005-07)

The Invisibles. A Hidden Journey across Mexico. (Marc Silver & Gael García Bernal, 2010)

The Other Side (Eva Palacios, 2012)


Statue of Liberty (Ken Burns, 1985)

Odessa . . . Odessa! (Michale Boganim, 2005)

News from Home (Chantal Akerman, 1976)

Kenedi Goes Back Home (Zelimir Zilnik, 2003)

Calais: the Last Border (Marc Isaacs, 2003)

Carmen Miranda: Bananas is My Business (Helena Solberg, 1994)

Lunch Break

Lift (Marc Isaacs, 2001)

Refuge England (Robert Vas, 1959).


West Indians (Jack Gold, 1963)

Handsworth Songs (John Akomfrah, 1986)

Trapped in Transition. (Alexandra Urdea, Amy Greenbank, Lucrezia Barnes‐Dacey, Roz Corbett, 2009)

Little Georgia (Manal Wicki, Laura Haapio-Kirk and Daria Prokhorova, 2010)

L’Esprit de L’Escalier (Searle Kochberg, 2010)

Lisboetas (Sérgio Tréfaut, 2004)

Breaking the Plain (Christy Johnson, 2009)

Fragments from the past (Julie Scott, 2008)

Photo-text screening

The City That Exploded Slowly (Leslie Hakim Dowek)


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