2017 RAI Film Festival Library

The Film Festival Library is a resource that gives pass holders access to a curated selection of films that were submitted to the festival and that the pre-selection committee commended. The films included in the library can be viewed online on demand for the duration of the festival via a password that festival pass holders can obtain at the Festival Reception Desk.

The physical film library is located in Waterside 1 (Watershed). Selected films in the Student, Intangible Culture and Material Culture categories are also available for viewing there. Opening hours: Thurs 30 March – Sat 1 April 9am-6pm.

Film titles

18 Feet
The 18-Year-Old Assembly Line
The Art Of Moving
The Art of Andrew Omoding
At Low Tide
Batusha's House
Between Jirina and Anna
Biographies of Struggle
The Block
Breaking the Chains
Chosen People
The Chronotopes of Palestine
A Cobra
The Devil and the Holy Water
Eid AI-Fitr
The Enemy: a Partisan Hymnbook
The Family and the Animals
The Five Breakfasts of Mr Podgoretsky
The Forgotten Generation
Got High With Only One Day Singing
Guru, a Hijra Family
Gyalmu's House
The Intelligent Hand
Istanbul Notes
Janitzio its fishing, its pinatas
The Jerusalem Dream
The Jiama Paper of Bai With My Heart
Kanraxël: the Confluence of Agnack
Keep them Talking
Kokota: The Islet of Hope
Last Days. Last Shot
Maboan - notes on the construction of a dam
Making a Living in the Dry Season
A Miscellany of Families
The Modern Jungle
Negotiating Amnesia
Never Hold Your Breath
Nicobar, a long way...
Nobody Dies Here
Nyumba Nthobu
Paltik Families
Pang Lhabsol: Sikkim's National Ritual of the Land and its Guardian Deities
People of Earth and Clouds
The People of the Wind
The Possibility of Spirits
Prohibition of Grazing
A Radio of One’s Own
The Realm of Forgotten Existence
River Nomads
Roza's Song
Sacred Water
Sailing a Sinking Sea
The Season of Vodoun
The Secret of the Caminanti
Sent Away Boys
So'o: Life and death of a cow in Puerto Casado
The Song Collector
Still Birth of the Commune-head
Tango, Not-For-Export
These Objects, Those Memories
Time to Look at Girls: Migrants in Bangladesh and Ethiopia
To Work is to Grow
True Body
Violão-Canção: Brazilian Soul
Visible Silence
The Way I See Today
We Belong to the Earth
A Woman's Story
Women in Sink
Writing on the City
Yolngu Homeland