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The ecocentric man

Conversation portrait with author Erland Kiøsterud about our ecological responsibility.

- We documented that we had everything in place for a Palestinian state

Palestine Annex::
Salam Fayyad, former Prime Minister of Palestine, Ramallah 2014

War and hope in the Philippines

New Time met the Philippine artist Kiri Dalena during the international short film festival in Oberhausen.

Whistleblowers – People's Enemies?

A vibrant democracy, a vibrant press, and the rule of law are intertwined and depend on whistleblowers being taken seriously. Ny Tid interviewed whistleblower and lawyer Kari Breirem, current with the book Promoting justice and preventing injustice – about corruption, legal security and whistleblowing.

The sleazy film professor

"The role of critics is more important than ever," says American film academic and critic B. Ruby Rich. She has even been central to promoting LGBT films to a wide audience.

That talk is taboo

Ziad Doueiri: insult

When Lebanese-born Ziad Doueiri embarked on his new film, he considered it very likely that the Lebanese authorities would ban the film because of its controversial content.  

From production to reproduction

Interview with philosopher Paul Preciado: The Old Days Workers' Camp was about collectivization of the means of production; today it is about the collectivization of reproduction means. 

The alternative cryptonations – Governance 2.0

Cryptoanarchists around the world are developing "bitnations" – virtual communities based on blockchain. New Time met Bitnation's founder, Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof. What drives her to create such online communities?

The struggle for survival

British filmmaker Kim Longinotto makes documentary films about rebellious outsiders, where women fighting for their own survival are the celebrated protagonist.