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Welcome to our festival!

 

You can visit our festival on Saturday December 11th at 14.00 hrs in Laaktheater. From December 10th you can also follow our festival on Laaktheaterthuis.nl. Famous and less famous poets will bring a tribute to the short poem: Haiku.

At the festival we present 'The Other Haiku'. Not strictly Japanese Haikus but Arab, Spanish, Dutch and other short poems by wellknown and lesser known poets. 

14.00 hrs - Walk-in

14.30 hrs - Start program

- Workshop “ How to write a Haiku” by Youetta de Jager 

- Live Haiku program with:

· Ferial Abdoel (NL) and Khadija Bouachrine (MAR)

. Juan Tajes (ARG)

· Translations are read by Anita Poolman (NL)

- Music by: Mohammad Gomar en Satyakam Mohkamsing

- Film recordings will be shown by:

·  Ali Qaisi (IRK)

·  Meriem Lahlou (MAR)

·  Claudia Piccinno (ITA)

·  Safa Salen Ghareeb (IRK)

·  Manii Farah (SYR)

16.45 hrs - End of program

Alle

The young poet Mansooreh Afshary reads from her own work.

The poet Azedine El Ouafi reads from his own work.

The Iranian film director Abbas Kiarostami is known for uses of certain themes and cinematic techniques that are instantly recognizable in his work, from the use of child protagonists and stories that take place in rural villages, to conversations that unfold inside cars utilizing stationary mounted cameras. He often undertook a documentary style of filmmaking within narrative works, and frequently employs contemporary Iranian poetry in dialogue, movie titles, and in the thematic elements of his pictures

A man having PTSD is walking across a big desert. Who is he, where is he from and why is he here? Privately, however he has enough time to think about his life purpose – what he’s living for and what’s the reason of his fight. The answers appear at the end. But no one can guarantee he would accept them.

In a dry, flat desert, Five bare humans grow from under the soil. Around a crow Guides people ...Which is going to be a strange thing.

People of all ages pray – children right through to the elderly. Japanese have been praying this way for the last thousand years.

The Last Journey is a tribute to the authors’ Mother Carla Simeoni, an Activist and dreamer. TraveIling with her mother since she was young, it was an honor to the author to stay with her for her last Journey from Scansano (Toscany) to Maccarese (Lazio).

The movie is about the father of the director, Spyros, his life and experiences. He is the protagonist and narrator. The "Just Like Water" speaks about time and the circle of life. Questions like: ‘what is time and how do we perceive it’? will rise.

An 80 year old blind man from the south, has the gifted power to narrate dreams .From the heart of the mountains he chooses the rocks by touching and by tasting them. With simple tools and a hand saw, he makes traditional pots for the villagers and in this way makes a living.

The clock is ticking for a foreigner, an immigrant faced with the coldblooded bureaucracy of a foreign country, as he tries to prove he is related to his younger sister and prevent them from separation.

A captivating story about migrants who desperately seek for a new home

This is a movie about perspective. Every judgment about any subject we have, depends on what perspective you choose to get. 

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