Thursday, July 30, 2015


Dear Beloved
Peace of the lord be with you.
With heavy tears in my eyes and great sorrow in my heart, I decided to contact you for assistance and distribution of my inheritance after going through your profile.  My name is Mrs.Jennifer Sarah Jiwoo Ali a dying woman who have been exposed to a violent incident of a bomb blast that affected my hearing ability and damage to my brain which the Doctor has told me will stop full functioning very soon and also been diagnosed for cancer. I have requested for (euthanasia) the act or practice of ending the life of myself which was also declined.
I was married to my late husband for 14 years without a child; he was a philanthropist and senior Syria Army officer. He defected and join the Syria Revolutionary and Opposition Forces to fight president Bachar el-Assad because of the brutal murder of Syria people by his government.  As a result of his defection He was arrested because he joined the opposition army and later killed by president Bachar el-Assad.
Before his death by president Bachar el-Assad, he has deposited Five million five Hundred thousand US Dollars in the Netherlands with a notary to oversee this funds in case anything happens to him. Due to my health conditions, I will need you to act on my behalf to receive these funds if you wish to as our legitimate beneficiary with the documents covering the deposit of the funds which I will send you upon your acceptance
I have been touched by God to donate from what I have inherited from my late husband for the good work of God, rather than allow my relatives to use my husband hard-earned funds ungodly.I will be going in for an operation couple of hours from now, and I have decided to WILL/donate the sum of $5,500,000 to you for the good work of the lord, and to help the motherless and less privilege and for the assistance of the widows. Please assure me that you will act on humanitarian motives.
Contact my lawyer with this specified email contact: 
Inform him that I have WILLED ($5,500,000.00) to you and I have notified him that I am WILLING that amount to you for a specific and good work. I know I do not know you but I have been directed to do this by my instinct.
Regards, Jennifer Sarah Jiwoo Ali (Mrs.) Email :
My Lawyer Contact Email Address:

Wednesday, December 16, 2009







Groundbreaking, influential and provocative, Agnès Varda has established herself as one of France's leading visionary directors. Following on from 2009's first instalment, the second collection includes five distinctly different but captivating features including her recent stunning retrospective documentary The Beaches of Agnès.

Extras include documentaries, short films, trailers and much more….



Run Time: 110 mins

Extra Features:

· Interview with director Agnes Varda – Featurette (Run time TBC)


Run Time: 118 mins

Extra Features:

· Agnes Varda recollects – Featurette (6 mins)

· Souvenirs from Nantes – Featurette (12 mins)

· Evocations and vocations – Featurette (6 mins)

· Le sabotier du Val de Loire – Featurette (26 mins)

· Jacquot de Nantes – Trailer

· Beaches of Agnes – Trailer

· Cleo 5 to 7 – Trailer

· Le Bonheur – Trailer

· Vagabond – Trailer


Run Time: 105 mins

Extra Features:

· Notes and Commentaries – Featurette (40 mins)

· Music and Travels – Featurette (12 mins)

· Bonus film: Story of An old Lady – Featurette (Run time TBC)

· Vagabond - Trailer

· Cleo 5 to 7 - Trailer

· Le Bonheur - Trailer

· Beaches of Agnes - Trailer

· Jacquot de Nantes - Trailer


Run Time: 119 mins

Extra Features:

· Uncle Yanco – Short Film -18 mins

· Pleasure of Love in Iran – Short Film – 6 mins

· Response de Femmes – Short Film – 8 mins

· Cleo 5 to 7 - Trailer

· Le Bonheur - Trailer

· Beaches of Agnes - Trailer

· Vagabond - Trailer

· Jacquot de Nantes - Trailer

Friday, September 18, 2009

Transitland. Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009 – Sofia Launch Event

Transitland. Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009
18th and 19th September

Organized by InterSpace, Sofia

Hosted by Goethe-Insistut
Bulgarien, Sofia

The collaborative archiving project Transitland, realized on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, launches with a comprehensive website and a series of discussions and screenings in Sofia, followed by events in Budapest and Berlin. It presents a selection of 100 single-channel video works, produced in the period 1989-2009 and reflecting the transformations in post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe. The selection of works was made by an international jury from 350 videos, proposed by 40 nominators - curators, art critics and artists.

The project focuses on an extensive and turbulent time and space span. The territory of "Transitland" is quite close to being a half of Europe - population and territory wise. Once called as the "Eastern bloc" without further specification, it was conceived as somewhat homogeneous, dark side of Europe behind the Iron Curtain. Central and Eastern Europe with different sub-regions now covers 24 post-socialist European countries. Twenty years ago this territory belonged to only 9 states.

Transitland is not only the widest-spanning presentation of video art from Central and Eastern Europe but also a unique attempt to address and reflect upon an extensive period of transformation and changes. The mere breadth of time and geography and the complexity of the transition process are still beyond perception not only from outside but also within the region. Besides the numerous discursive and documentary attempts to describe, analyze and contextualize the transformations, a multitude of viewpoints and aspects, presented through the media of video art are meant to provide a unique asset of aesthetic and critical positions to the current discourse on the transition period.

The Sofia launch event features discussion panels and a series of screenings. The first discussion panel addresses the question of expectations right after the Fall of the Wall, the second one traces what actually was happening in those 20 years and the third – leads to the ultimate question where we are heading now. It gathers artists and curators with personal curiosity, first-hand experience and intellectual engagement with the transition period in Central and Eastern Europe. A series of screenings and discursive events will be taking place in Budapest organized by the Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange and the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art in the following months. In Berlin the project will be premiered by transmediale festival for digital arts and culture from 6th to 8th November at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. Further presentations of the archive are being planned for 2010.

Transitland is realized by InterSpace Association Sofia, transmediale festival for art and digital culture berlin and Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange and Ludwig Museum-Museum of Contemporary Art Budapest, with associated partners D Media, Cluj and Videoaktiv, Berlin.

It was made possible with support from Culture 2007-2013 Programme, the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe, the European Cultural Foundation, the Culture programme of Sofia Municipality and the Hungarian Cultural Fund.