Natasha Ejaz is one of three South Asian musicians participating in this years "Border Movement residency". The residency program, which is supported by the Goethe-Institut, gives the musicians the opportunity to come to Berlin for three months. Natasha Ejaz is living in the Holzmarkt and performed at the Pop-Kultur festival in Berlin.
The films, which focus on the victims of the National Socialist regime, are intended to stimulate dialogue on tolerance and humanity. Out of more than 250 feature films produced by Artur Brauner since the end of World War II, the feature films highlight the inhumane Nazi regime and its systematic persecution of the Jews.
In order to enable more interested people to access and discuss the TV films of "International Public Television" (INPUT). In 2019 INPUT will travel to Bangkok upon the invitation of Thai PBS, Thailand’s young public broadcaster founded in 2008.
Following an open photography call asking Sri Lankan photographers to submit their best shots on protecting our environment, climate change and motives that move us humans to interact responsibly with our environment...