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Fadi Amraish


a project by FLUSS in cooperation with asylum seekers and residents of Obersdorf

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This short film by Fadi Amraish shows an initiative from FLUSS project to meet refugees every Friday in Cafe Interkult in Obersdorf Austria. Refugees meet in this cafe with people from Obersdorf, FLUSS provided a photo printer to print for the refugees photos from their mobile phones and initiated a talk concerning these photographs and their experiences.


Since 1989 FLUSS has been committed to presenting, exploring and questioning the manifold meanings and relationships within the artistic medium of photography. By organizing exhibitions, public talks, workshops and not least the annual summer school “Weinviertler Fotowochen”, but also through numerous cooperation projects with European partner organizations and presentations on international festivals, FLUSS has established a reputation that extends well beyond national borders. The continuation of the long-standing programme series (Strategies in the rural area, visions of media art, Weinviertler Fotowochen), thematic group exhibitions, new lectures and discussions called TIEFENSCHÄRFEN, workshops and school projects form the building blocks of our programme.

About Fadi Amraish

Fadi Amraish was born in Palestine in 1992.  He finished a bachelor program of study in photojournalism in Moscow. He has started a master degree at Vienna University. 

* VASA Note: Fadi Amraish is a young filmmaker from Palestine living in Vienna, Austria. This is his first film addressing issues related to refuges. VASA is collaborating with FLUSS in bringing this film to the VASA international membership.

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