Linda McDonald Cairns, UK 2018, 27 min.
Searching for the Travelling People
Rich Matthews, UK 2017, 33 min.
Hamze Bytyçi, CZ/DE 2016, 26 min.
The film series SO DIKHEA? WHAT DO YOU SEE? begins with a short film journey across Europe: The feature film Mulo shows the struggle for survival of Romani from Romania and Bulgaria, who live under the London highways. In the documentary Searching for the Travelling People, the author Damian James Le Bas, who created the first BBC radio programme about the Romani people in 1964, visits British Romani and travellers. Jožka is a film portrait of Romani activist Jozef Miker who fights for the remembrance of Romani Holocaust victims in the Czech Republic.
Jozef Miker was born in the Eastern Slovakian town of Sobrance in 1965. He worked for over 30 years in the mining industry until he was forced to quit due to health problems. He has been an activist against racism and right wing extremism for more than twenty years. He played a major role in the closure of a pig farm on the site of the former Roma concentration camp Lety.