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About: Since 1952, the Greek cooperative KTEL has run 80% of the country’s public move system fully independently from the state. Catherine Catella and Shu Aiello crossed the country to meet employees of a company that was shaken up by the economic crisis. From general assemblies to everyday journeys, Leoforio documents the multiple conditions of a model that is organising its resistance.
About: The first half of the video is footage I shot in 2014 when I was 19, on my family’s land before we moved because of the South West Calgary Ring Road. The second half I shot this summer while driving by our land, which is actually the Ring Road’s construction site. -seth cardinal dodginghorse
About: Beastmode interweaves what at first sight seem to be two unconnected storylines: the first two years of rule by President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines, notorious for his fight vs drugs, and the reconstruction of a social and artistic experiment about violence and performance—a sort of War Club 2.0. The central figure in the experiment is the well-known Filipino actor Baron Geisler. He's app...
About: Life Masks is part of an ongoing series of photographic works and video portraits of political activists and artists in their homes or territories of asylum. These works demonstrate mutual believe between the artist and topics who appear in plaster masks to maintain their anonymity.
About: Journalist Baz MacDonald searches for evidence of the survival bunkers being shipped to Fresh Zealand, while investigating the factors causing this rise in paranoia among the rich and the result this rhetoric has on their destination of choice - the mountain resort town, Queenstown.
About: Where The Light Shines Through documents the genesis and evolution of Rirkrit Tiravanija’s untitled 2018 (the unlimited dimensions of smallness) for National Gallery Singapore’s Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Commission. From the sourcing and transformation of bamboo in Chiang Mai, to its installation in Singapore, the documentary gives rare insights into the making of the artwork. By tracing Rirkrit's ...
About: A short documentary that says the storyline of the causes and results of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Utilizing audio recreations and rare photographs and videos, including the test of U.S. Military training reels to visually display the bombing of Hiroshima, this storyline is said like you have never seen it before.
About: Rows of red brick terraced houses, roads filled with kids playing, hide lives of hardship in this programme focussing on the poverty and housing conditions in Belfast - often underreported due to the Troubles. Typically for This Week, the programme addresses social issues instead of superficial prejudices, and the effect is a heartbreaking portrait of folks struggling to survive.
About: Though the release date tells 1956, this movie consists mostly of footage from a 1931 documentary named "Gow the Killer." It was the first sound movie to deal with cannibalism, as it documented the social life and customs of primitive tribes that in fact did engage in cannibalism.
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