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The Wood, The Whale and The Sane
Villafranca de Bonany
By Marisa Candia Cadavid and Carwyn Jones
01 Oct 2016

A story of wooden whales, a seatime cemetery and splintered hands. A visual poem from Mallorca for Zooppa.

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Pottery production in Nepal
Baktaphur
By Noe Falk Nielsen
15 Apr 2015

In Nepal pottery is still produced by hand and the present collection provides a brief insight into the making of pottery in Baktaphur, Nepal

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Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A potter plies his trade in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The pots are made from clay and formed using the wheel. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery production in Nepal 2
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A woman puts the finishing touch to the pots once the potter has made them, Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

Once the pots are finished they are left to dry in the sun in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Eyes Wide Shut Masks
Venice, Italy
By Filippo Biagianti
23 May 2014

Rialto, Venice. In a short but remarkable workshop, in 1985 Franco Cecamore has created two original masks for the Venice Carnival. Twelve years later, a man with white coloured men's clothing, came to that shop: the man was Jan Harlan, executive producer of one of the last movies directed by Stanley Kubrick. He visited "Il Canovaccio" in order to buy several masks. One of them would be used by Kubrick in his last masterpiece "Eyes Wide Shut" for the character of Dr. Bill Harford, played by Tom Cruise. This documentary is the incredible and unknown story behind the creation of the most important masks of "Eyes Wide Shut." The artisans of this typical Italian product say that the origin of the art makes it a unique product. Original documents, photographs and the description of the meeting with the Kubrick's production make this the story we tell in our film.

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Poverty And Tourism In Laos (2 of 9)
Luang Prabang, Laos
By hiroko tanaka
05 Aug 2008

A young girl sells crafts in the village streets near Luang Prabang. Although Laos has been a top ranked tourist destination in recent years, the country remains one of the world's poorest nations and relies on foreign aid and donations. Lao people struggle with severe poverty and their life expectancy is extremely low.