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12 September - 2013

The Village Under the Forest - Norway Premiere

Norway Premiere of the film "THE VILLAGE UNDER THE FOREST" by Mark Kaplan and Heidi Grunebaum, South Africa.

When:  Thursday, 12 September 2013 - 19:00
Where:  Litteraturhuset,  "Kjelleren" - Wergelandsveien 29  0167 Oslo

Tickets available via Karibu.no, beginning 1 September 2013 - 10:00

(limited number of tickets available)


For more info, visit http://www.villageunderforest.com/

Click below to read more about the film and its development.

THE MAKING OF "THE VILLAGE UNDER THE FOREST"
Voices from the South
Ms. Heidi Grunebaum
August 2013 ( - 431 KB)



22 August - 2013

Karibu Board Meeting
The Karibu Foundation's Board meets in Oslo on 22 August, 2013.

Cases to be processed before the meeting must be received by no later than 07 August, 2013.

For more information, contact director Eilert Rostrup at post(a)karibu.no.

15 July - 2013

Informal Hearings on the HLD on Migration
 As part of the preparatory activities for the General Assembly High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development to be held 3 and 4 October 2013, the President of the General Assembly will hold one-day informal interactive hearings with representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations and the private sector at the United Nations headquarters in New York on 15 July 2013.
The objective of the informal interactive hearings is to provide an opportunity for NGOs, civil society organizations and the private sector to interact with Member States and to provide inputs for the High-level Dialogue.


10 June - 2013

The Village Under the Forest World Premiere

Encounters: South African International Documentary Festival
10 June, 2013 - 6:30 PM
The Fugard, Cape Town
More info

The Village Under the Forest
by Mark Kaplan and Heidi Grunebaum

As a child in South Africa, writer/narrator Heidi Grunebaum put her pennies in a box to help build a forest in Israel. 20 years later she revisits the forest she helped finance, only to find that it was not a project for growth but rather one that would disguise deliberate obliteration.

Under a cultivated plantation called ‘South Africa Forest’ are hidden the remains of the destroyed Palestinian village of Lubya. Prompted by a questioning of what it meant to be complicit with Apartheid, the film tackles the question of responsibility in light of the erasure of the village.






6 June - 2013

Karibu Board Meeting
The Karibu Foundation's Board meets in Oslo on 6 June, 2013.

Cases to be processed before the meeting must be received by no later than 23 May, 2013.

For more information, contact director Eilert Rostrup at post(a)karibu.no.



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