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  • Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

    Director: Alison Klayman, 2012

    This 2012 documentary which was directed by American film maker Alison Klayman is about one of the leading international artists, Ai Weiwei. It won Jury Special Award in 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The documentary starts with the meeting of Alison and Ai in 2011 when Alison was working in China. Alison tells the story of artist’s conflict with the government and making of his extraordinary art with a realistic eye. Through interviews made with artist’s friends, mother and first gallery owner in New York, the documentary draws a detailed portrait of the artist, which touches on every detail of his life.

  • Ai Weiwei : Human Flow

    Director: Ai Weiwei, 2017

    Directed by artist Ai Weiwei Human Flow tells the story of unwilling migration and displacement of 65 million people because of war, poverty and climate change, and events that came afterwards. Through images taken and interviews made in 23 counties including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Iraq, Mexico, Pakistan, Serbia, Syria and Turkey during 1 year period, the documentary portraits the refugee crisis. Placing focus on the notion of human rights, it shows the viewer the importance of understanding, support and tolerance in times of conflict and uncertainities.