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He Took His Skin Off For Me

She Did It. She Got Under His Skin.

The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn't the best idea...


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Nature, Culture, And Humanity: A Story From Wakatobi For Indonesia
Humanity should look after the entire creation of God. Humans who are good at building nature are humans who give a lot to nature.Hugua is a little boy from a remote island called Tomia Island. An island which is lies in the group of Tukang Besi Islands in South East Celebes. Being a little boy from a remote island did not obstruct Hugua to have a big dream for his life.Poverty did not also prevent Hugua to keep learning. With all restriction he should face, in the era of 1960,where media for spreading information was still limited, Little Hugua had already known radio, TV, and telephone. None helped Hugua in learning those new equipment, he sought for the information by himself. This had made Hugua called as an incredible boy by the people in his kampong.Since his childhood, Hugua had chosen Soekarno, the first President of Indonesia, as his idol. Hugua had a dream to be like Soekarno, the great orator who had traveled all around the world.And now, the big dream has come true. Since 2006, Hugua has given a chance to realize his big dream by being elected as the regent of Wakatobi Regency. Wakatobi is a new formed regency which before known only as a sub district of Tukang Besi Islands.During the time of his leadership, Wakatobi has become more famous for its beautiful underwater panorama all around the world and position in the heart of World Coral Triangle. Also, a lot of international awards have been presented to Hugua owing to Hugua's hard work and perseverance to develop Wakatobi.
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Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival
Orson Welles once said, “Look what 700 years of democracy have brought to Switzerland: chocolate and the cuckoo clock”. As the picturesque city of Neuchâtel is precisely the home of Swiss chocolate and watches, you might conclude that it is the quietest place on earth… Well, not anymore!Since 2000, the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF) has rocked the city by welcoming cult guests such as Joe Dante, George R.R. Martin, Roger Corman, Sono Sion, Terry Gilliam, Zoë Bell, Cliff Martinez, Park Chan-wook, Dario Argento, Chris Carter, Kevin Smith, Nancy Allen, Ray Harryhausen, Barbara Steele, Stuart Gordon, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Jaume Balagueró, Tobe Hooper, Shinya Tsukamoto, George Romero and many more.The NIFFF explores an open conception of the fantastic genre, screening films that challenge one’s perception of life and that confront oneself to personal and universal matters through unique visual styles.With two competitions of feature films (fantastic and Asian), its shorts programs (Swiss, Asian and International), its daring retrospectives and workshops devoted to literature, special effects and digital creation, the NIFFF offers the best platform in Switzerland to promote genre cinema.Ever since its first edition, the event hasn’t kept growing, scoring more than 37,000 admissions during its last edition in July 2015, where 140 films where screened and 27,000 USD cash prizes were awarded.The 16th NIFFF will take place from July 1-9th 2016. 
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