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Migration moments to remember

The Migration Museum's new exhibition starts in 1290 but has Brexit in its sights.
from Daniel Nelson on Jul 28, 2018.

The Newham duo who know where they're from - but unsure where they're going

Why waste time on exorbitantly priced West End theatre tickets when London’s Off Broadway consistently present interesting, funny, moving, insightful pieces such as 'Spun'.
from Daniel Nelson on Jul 24, 2018.

Pakistani democracy - straight from the horse's mouth

It's hard to pull off a personal documentary on an ungraspable subject such as the health of democracy in Pakistan, but Mohammed Naqvi has made a pretty good job of it.
from Daniel Nelson on Jul 22, 2018.

Unveiling the secrets of Baba Segi's wives

If you want a touch of Nigeria go to the Arcola Theatre and watch the 'Secret Lives of Baba Segi's Wives'.
from Daniel Nelson on Jun 17, 2018.

An Ethiopian Lamb’s tale

'Lamb' is African story-telling, film with time to spare. It’s totally absorbing.
from Daniel Nelson on Jun 2, 2018.

A vivid, disturbing Congo snapshot

The sprawling, diverse, shape-shifting Congo defeats any attempt to capture the country in a single film.
from Daniel Nelson on May 21, 2018.

A bitter charge: 'This generation is no different from Pol Pot'

If you want to see how cruel development can be, how powerless people can be arrogantly treated, how politicians can use the police and thugs to protest their interests and the interests of cronies, watch 'A Cambodian Spring'.
from Daniel Nelson on May 13, 2018.

The life-and-death story of a one-man minesweeper

Armed with clippers and a knife, lurching on his crude plastic prosthetic leg, Fakhir Berwari casually, recklessly, scratches the ground and unearths another pot mine.
from Daniel Nelson on Apr 22, 2018.

Having a laugh on the frontline

Two Palestinians walk into the Jenin refugee camp’s only theatre, the founder of which was assassinated in front of the building, and say, "We want to be comedians."
from Daniel Nelson on Apr 12, 2018.

A wave of the Dear Leader's hand

'The Great Wave' is the surge that apparently washes a Japanese teenager out to sea.
from Daniel Nelson on Apr 5, 2018.