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Lavori in corso
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Porta aperta
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Casa e crepe
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Attendere prego
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Casa e puntelli
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Centro storico
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Arco senza trionfo
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Zona rossa
L'Aquila
By Donlisander
07 Feb 2019

This work show how places are changed in 10 year from the D-Day (april 6th, 2009) when a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, (Abruzzo, Italy) and 309 people died. We have the 2009 shots and the same shots in 2019. Many places are changed, many other seems look like nothing happened after the quake.

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Ancient Armenia architecture in Turkey
Güllüce, Kars Yolu, 36000 Ocaklı/Kars Merkez/Kars,Turkey
By David Grigoryan
26 Oct 2016

Bridge over Arpachay river, this river is a boarder beetwen Tukrey-Armenia, so from left side is Turkey from right Armenia.

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Ancient Armenian architeture in Turkey
Van
By David Grigoryan
26 Oct 2016

Parts from Varagavnk monastery. Often used like a storage

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Palestinians Commemorate Land Day on ...
Wadi Fukin
By Rich Wiles
01 Apr 2015

Palestinians from across the West Bank and Israel gathered in confiscated Palestinian villages, on both side of the 1967 Greenline, to commemorate Land Day. Land Day is seen as a day of resistance action in defense of Palestinian land. Annual Land Day events are held by Palestinian communities within the State of Israel, in the occupied territories, and in the Palestinian diaspora.

 

Land Day events in 2015 included a 'return march' by the community-in-exile of Lifta, many of whom today remain only a kilometer or two from their original homes. Today there remains a small but very active community-in-exile of Lifta's refugees in East Jerusalem, and it was this group, under the banner of their community grassroots organisation 'Sons of Lifta' who spent Land Day inside their home village. Although many of the village's houses remain intact and the refugees live only a ten minute journey away, they are denied their rights to return to live in the vilage by the State of Israel.

 

Land day first started on March 30,1976, when mass demonstrations broke out among Palestinian communities in the State of Israel in protest at an Israeli state plan to confiscate 20,000 dunums (2,000 hectares) of land around the Palestinian villages of Sakhnin and Arraba in the Galilee. This was one of the first examples of mass coordinated action being carried out by Palestinian citizens of Israel. Protests were held from the Galilee in the north all the way to the Negev (known as the 'Naqab' to Palestinians) in the south. Over the course of the day 6 Palestinians were shot dead and more than 100 were injured. Ever since these events, Palestinians have commemorated March 30th as 'Land Day', or 'Yom al-Ard' in Arabic.

 

In Another Land Day event, activists in the village of Wadi Fukin in the West Bank attempted to plant 350 olive tree saplings on land that is threatened with expropriation by the expansion of the Israeli settlement of Sur Hadassah. All Israeli settlements within the 1967 occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) are illegal under international law. Before more than a handful of trees could be planted in Wadi Fukin, Israeli soldiers rained clouds or tear gas on to the activists bringing the Land Day event to an abrupt halt. For Palestinians, Land Day is an important annual event which brings together many thousands of Palestinians across historic Palestine in the defence of Palestinian land.

 

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From Runes to Ruins - Anglo Saxon Pag...
By Tom Rowsell
14 Dec 2014

From Runes to Ruins is the first ever documentary film about Anglo-Saxon paganism. Independently produced and funded, it is unique in its emotive and artistic approach to religious history.

All over Britain there are people whose lives are influenced by the largely forgotten culture of the Anglo-Saxon barbarians who founded England. There are landmarks, place names and aspects of our language which are remnants of Anglo-Saxon paganism. It is from Woden, the god of war, that we take the name for the third day of the week, Wednesday (Woden’s day). There are many places around England named after Woden, like the ancient earthwork of Wansdyke which was probably a cult-centre of the god. In this film, Tom Rowsell, an expert in the paganism of early medieval England, travels around the country looking at places like Wansdyke and talking to people whose lives are influenced by the Anglo-Saxons and their pagan religion. The film features all kinds of peculiar characters; like neo-pagans worshipping Thor in Oxfordshire, the leader of the London Longsword Academy and historical re-enactors who like nothing more than to get dressed up in armour and swing axes at each other.

From Runes to Ruins combines amusing and characterful interviews with informative history all presented with beautiful cinematography and an original and haunting synth soundtrack.

Despite the significance of Anglo-Saxon paganism to the history of Britain, no one has ever made a documentary exclusively on this subject. In this film, Thomas Rowsell reveals a forgotten aspect of English history that many are oblivious to, by uncovering paganism in runes and ruins

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

Jogodish Borua, 65, lost his land and his house to river erosion.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

Abdul Aziz, who lost his home to erosion along the banks of the river, takes a bath in the Padma.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

A fisherman and a local villager cross paths on the banks of the river Padma.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

The situation is especially severe for children. A woman and child have been displaced along with other members of their neighborhood who also lost their homes.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

A man walks through the ruins of a house damaged by river erosion.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
09 Sep 2014

A boy plays on the banks of the river Padma in a spot where there once sat family homes.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

People who lost their homes set up makeshift shelters along the river.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

Rising water levels on the river Padma in Bangladesh threaten homes and put inhabitants of the river basin at risk.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

When the Padma river rises, erosion becomes a serious problem for the community living on the river. At the same time, waste littering the earth pollutes the water.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

Houses sit near the banks of the river Padma in Bangladesh.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

Flooding and erosion along the Padma river in Bangladesh has resulted in many people losing their homes and their land.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

People are sometimes forces to move their houses to another place out of the path of river erosion.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
24 Aug 2014

A family made homeless by erosion and flooding along the Padma River dry cloth on the riverbank.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
28 Jun 2014

Rohim Shekh, 72, walks through an area devastated by Cyclone Aila in 2007. He was displaced by the Cyclone, which many now see as a result of climate change.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
28 Jun 2014

This community was devastated by cyclones Aila in 2007 and Sidr in 2009. People here still face hardships from these catastrophic events, some of them traveling miles for fresh water.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh
By zakir hossain chowdhury
28 Jun 2014

This community was devastated by cyclones Aila in 2007 and Sidr in 2009. People here still face hardships from these catastrophic events, some of them traveling miles for fresh water.

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Archeological Sites in War Torn Syria
Northern Syria
By Nicolas Tomani
03 May 2014

Extended five-minute trailer for the film idea on the endangered archeological sites between Hama and Idlib in northern Syria.

The effects on the sites, during and before the Revolution:

  1. Syrian sites and antiquities in general

Interviews with antique specialists and archeologist in Idleb about the Byzantine and Roman ruins.
Interview with Saureran Naphsin about the effects of the war on their work andf their dealings with antiquities.
Following a man in the Kfersita town in Hama, scavenging for artifacts.

  1. The neglect of the site by the government for many years before the war that also led to scavengers pillaging them for a long time.

Interview with Syrian specialist Basilius Zeno who holds a PhD from the American university.
Interview with Ahmad Al Anan, expert, former diplomat who is from the area.

  1. The effects of the Revolution, divided in two parts
    The first is the targeting of the sites by government forces that involve theft and pillaging. The second is the use of the Kmaqrat site by the FSA.

Interview with Diplomat Ahmed Al Anan
Interview with FSA fighter
Interview with diplomat Ahmed unleashed tells us about the targeting system for buildings and archaeological museums, here referred to as the theft of antiquities and museums.
Interview with a protester from Hass explaining how activists and protesters to hide from the security forces in the beginning of the Revolution used the archeological sites and ancient tunnels.

برومو قصير 5 دقائق عن فكرة الفيلم و المواد المصورة الفيديوية بشمال سورية بين ريف حماه و ريف ادلب

الآثار السورية قبل و أثناء الثورة السورية:

المحور الاول:

  • الآثار في سوريا عموما: يتم هنا تصوير الآثار عموما بعدة انواع لقطات عامة وعادي ومقربة مع مقابلات بهذا الخصوص

المقابلات:

  • مقابلات مع متخصصين بالاثار حيث تم التصوير مع احد الخبراء بجبل الزاوية بادلب حول آثار الممالك البيزنطية و الرومانية القديمة هناك مثل البارة و شنشراح .

  • مقابلات مع سوررين نابشين للآثار حول علاقتهم بالاثار وتعاطيهم معها ووجودها في حياتهم و تم التصوير مع أحد الشباب بالمنطقة و تم التصوير أيضا مع رجل من ريف حماه من بلدة كفرزيتا يقوم بنبش القطع الصغيرة المعدنية و العملات القديمة

المحور الثاني:

الآثار المهملة في سوريا: الدولة أهملت الآثار في الكثير من المناطق، مما أدى إلى طمس هذه الاثار، وايضا ادى الاهمال الى تخريبها من قبل الرعاة والاناس العاديين الذين يبحثون عن العملات والمنحوتات لبيعها في السوق السوداء، واستخدام المباني الاثرية ضمن العمار ما ادى الى تشويه صورتها.

المقابلات:

  • مقابلات ايضا مع متخصصين و هو الخبير السوري باسيليوس زينو و هو حاصل على دكتوراه بالأثار القديمة بمنطقة سورية من جامعة اميركية مقابلات مع مسؤولين في تلك المناطق و هنا الخبير و ابن المنطقة اليبلوماسي سابقا أحمد العنان و الذي يجدثنا عن الموضوع.

المحور الثالث:

الآثار والثورة وهو ينقسم الى قسمين: الأول استهداف النظام للمباني الأثرية والمتاحف وهنا يشار الى سرقة الاثار والمتاحف، والقسم الثاني يتعلق باستخدام الجيش الحر للمباني الاثرية كمقرات لحمايتها الشخصية والتمركز فيها، وتاثير ذلك على المباني الاثرية.

المقابلات :

  • الديبلوماسي أحمد العنان يحدثنا عن استهداف النظام للمباني الأثرية والمتاحف وهنا يشار الى سرقة الاثار والمتاحف.

  • أحد شباب الجيش الحر من معرة النعمان يحدثنا عن حماية متحف المعرة و المشاكل و المصاعب.

  • حديث من قبل ميماتي أحد المتظاهرين من بلدة حاس و يشرح لناكيفية استخدام السراديب والآثار القديمة للاحتماء من الامن و الجيش ببداية اندلاع الثورة السورية.

المواد الفيديوية تقريبا ب حجم 15 غيغا بايب التصوير بدقة عالية Full HD المقابلات تحوي خمس أشخاص أساسيين

أرجو ابلاغي بضرورة أي معلومات أخرى و أرجو تحميل المادة بالفيديو لأنني لا أستطيع تحميل المادة بسبب مشكلة بالموقع !

شكرا

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By Ulrik Pedersen
27 Jan 2014

Just outside the main part of Arg-e Bam citadel there are structures still standing although most of the citadel collapsed.

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By Ulrik Pedersen
27 Jan 2014

Especially on the outskirts of Bam there are still houses standing like they did just after the earthquake. It is mostly where the owners are dead and the family have inherited it and either don't have the funds to rebuild or just use it for production of dates.