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We use Vimeo to showcase our videos and curate playlists. It is not an archive, but most of our archive’s categories, as well as curated subcollections, are presented in Vimeo as channels.

Media Collection categories

Youth

Films made by, with and for young people

Kidsploitation Films about young people in cities – often with time on their hands
Young Eyes Life viewed through young people’s eyes
Teen Soapbox Teens share their opinions
Teen Drama Homemade dramas mostly made by teens and young people

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Memories

Films made of personal and collective memories

Memory Prompts Using objects and buildings to explore the past
Remembering Communism Remembering the legacy of the Soviet Union in today’s Europe
Remembering War Films looking at the legacy of conflict, fighting and borders.

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Watching Places

Films documenting places and the people who live in them

Watching the city Little glimpses of life in the city by day and night.
Watching the countryside Living in the European countryside
Watching small towns Portraits of places and people who live there

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Social Struggles

The frontlines and faultlines of politics and power

Urban Change How cities are changed, what is lost and gained. Top down, bottom up
Chomsky’s Filters Revealing and subverting agendas in everyday media
The European Crisis Experiences of Europe’s Economic Crisis
Authoritarianism Films about oppression, exclusion and exploitation.
Civic Complaints Films providing a way to complain about urban life
Poverty People living on the margins.
Protests Films documenting European protests since 2011

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Identities & Interests

Experiences of individuals and groups with whom they identify

Ageing Society Europe’s aging populations
Migrant Experiences Films about their feelings, struggles and dilemmas.
The Roma Windows on the Roma in Europe.
Disablism Films that touch on being significantly physically and mentally different to the norm
Liberating Women Talking about women, their rights, perceptions and representations
Labels for people Films about created and imposed identities.
Hybrid Identity People and places reconciling two established identities

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Everyday Life

Documenting people at work, at play and in love

Transgressions Films about skating, rebellion and breaking conventions
Love Love, intimacy and its price with people, places and animals.
Pleasure People finding pleasure in hobbies, music and gardens.
Work Snapshots of people at work
Community Films about volunteering and communities supporting themselves

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Moods

Videos to feel more than read

Vibes Videos that don’t seem to be about much specifically but create a strong ‘mood’
Dreamstates Dreamy films and surreal stories.

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Other channels

DNN projects
About Doc Next Network Project trailers, making of, interviews and other promo materials.
Radical Democracy Video Challenge. Showcase of the 30 finalists.
Remapping Europe: a Remix Project. 46 videos

Guest curators
María Yáñez curates: The Ones That Stay. 10 videos
Necati Sonmez curates: Resist to Exist. 10 videos
Edwin Bendyk curates: Respect, appreciation, solidarity. 10 videos

Videos to #ReclaimTheCommons
Poland: Opening the heart of the city  15 videos
Turkey: Making the city liveable 21 videos
UK: Finding a home in the city  21 videos
Spain: Taking back the city 16 videos

We also follow some of the hubs’ channels, like Gezi MODE, that appears in our Channels list.

DNN has also used groups to gather content related to different projects, such as Remapping Europe and Radical Democracy Video Contest or even the whole DNN Media Collection. These groups are open to external members and are moderated by DNN.

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