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World Down Syndrome Day

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In March 2016, as part of World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), Breadmakers (Director: Yasmin Fedda) will be screened in Slovenia.

The screening, to raise awareness and to fight stereotypes, will take place in Ljubljana as part of a short films presentation by The Kraken Short Film Society.

Breadmakers is a short 2007 documentary film directed by Yasmin Fedda and produced by Jim Hickey and Robin Mitchell. This is a film about a unique Edinburgh bakery, where a community of workers with learning disabilities make a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops and cafes in the city. The Garvald Bakery is part of a centre inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner where the workers realise their potential for self-discovery and creativity in a social environment.

World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), observed on 21st March every year, is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012.

 

 

The National Film Archive of India

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In advance of World Mental Health Day (2015) on Saturday 10th October, Breadmakers will be screened at The National Film Archive of India (NFAI).

Breadmakers is a short 2007 documentary film directed by Yasmin Fedda and produced by Jim Hickey and Robin Mitchell. This is a film about a unique Edinburgh bakery, where a community of workers with learning disabilities make a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops and cafes in the city. The Garvald Bakery is part of a centre inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner where the workers realise their potential for self-discovery and creativity in a social environment.

The theme of World Mental Health Day (2015) is ‘Dignity in Mental Health'. #WMHD

 

 

Stand For Syria

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A TALE OF TWO SYRIAS (Director: Yasmin Fedda) is to be screened on the 10th and 11th April 2015 as part of Stand For Syria Arts Festival in Scotland.

The Stand For Syria Arts Festival is organised by a group of Syrian university students and scholars living in Scotland who have come together to raise awareness across Scotland on the human aspect of the Syrian conflict as well as on the Syrian civil society and its non-violence struggle.

Realising the high cost of lost educational opportunities to Syrians due to violence and its impact on reconstituting peace in Syria, they also seek to raise funds for the education of Syrians in their countries of refuge.

A TALE OF TWO SYRIAS will be screened at the University of Edinburgh, 50 George Square, Edinburgh on Friday 10th April 2015 at 4pm and at the University of St. Andrews, St Salvator's Quad on Saturday 11th April at 4.30pm.

 

 

University of London Screening

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A Tale of Two Syrias (Director Yasmin Fedda) was screened recently at SOAS, University of London in the department of Anthropology and Sociology. Yasmin was on hand to answer questions at the end of the screening.

SOAS, University of London is the only Higher Education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East. SOAS is a remarkable institution. Uniquely combining language scholarship, disciplinary expertise and regional focus, it has the largest concentration in Europe of academic staff concerned with Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

A Tale of Two Syrias offers a unique perspective on what the dream of freedom means to two very different people in the face of a brutal regime, offering a vital snapshot of life in the year before Syria’s uprising.

 

Going Underground

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Our short film Breadmakers (Dir. Yasmin Fedda) is to be screened in the London Underground as part of a season of films to spotlight the diverse talents of women filmmakers.

Breadmakers will be part of a 50-minute programme co-produced by Art on the Underground and Birds Eye View Film Festival. The films will be shown on a loop on a large screen in the concourse of Canary Wharf Underground station from 19th June to 16th July 2014.

Canary Wharf Screen is an innovative motion-picture screening programme initiated by Art on the Underground. The screen first launched in 2012 and Birds Eye View is programming its season 8, which is entitled: FemaleVisions: Past, Present and Future.

Art on the Underground (AOTU), which is part of London Underground, provides a world-class programme of contemporary art that enriches the Tube environment and customers journey experience; and continues the longstanding tradition that excellent art and design is at the core of London Underground's identity and services.

The BAFTA nominated Breadmakers was filmed in 2007 at an unique Edinburgh bakery where a community of workers with learning disabilities make a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops and cafes in the city.

 

 
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