Musician PJ Harvey is the subject of photojournalist Seamus Murphys unorthodox music documentary, A Dog Called Money. The film follows Harvey on a poetic journey that becomes the creation of the album The Hope Six Demolition Project.
The photo exhibition Pinocchio(s) bestows a sense of timelessness. In this series, the artist Alice Laloy, takes a closer look at the legend of Pinocchio. Laloy mirrors the process of Geppettos wish for a puppet to become a real boy by transforming children into marionettes.
On Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s animated film SITARA: Let Girls Dream. Set in Lahore in the 1970s we follow a fourteen-year-old girl who dreams of becoming a pilot. The story is told as seen through her younger sisters eyes
“And we know a little about the cost of being traumatized that drove some to suicide, that, yes, these people were human beings operating under the most demanding of conditions.” Desmond Tutu on the death of Kevin Carter.