Monday, January 20, 2014


In the spring of 2012, a massive student strike in opposition to a tuition hike, rocked the streets of the Montréal for over six months. Protests and militant street actions became part of the daily and nightly reality of this Canadian metropolis. Several times during this tumultuous spring, the numbers in the streets would reach over one hundred thousand. Police routinely clubbed students and their allies, and arrested them by the hundreds. Some were even banned from entering the city. But every time the cops struck, the student movement got bigger and angrier.

STREET POLITICS 101 from Franklin Lopez on Vimeo.

Call Me Kuchu (Trailer)

To be openly gay in Uganda is to risk imprisonment and death, yet brave men like David Katos, the country's first openly gay activist, have fought back. This heartbreaking and stirring documentary takes us inside this life and death struggle for human rights.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Emeutes de banlieues- Paris 2005 (Envoyé special)


A reportage of a project realised by Vaartkapoen. Try to check it if you are familiar with Molenbeek.

Actie zoekt Burger from De Vaartkapoen on Vimeo.

King Tee - Quiet As Kept