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Description: In the south of Mato Grosso do Sul, almost on the border with Paraguay, indigenous and rural producers are disputing land ownership. In a tense atmosphere, there are clashes, evictions, attacks and even deaths. The conflict comes from centuries, caused by errors of the Brazilian State itself. Now, both sides demand urgent solution. The dispute has already turned into a tragedy of nice proportions.
Description: Las Vegas isn't the only town adorned with architectural replicas. Today, you can admire the London Bridge near Shanghai, visit St. Peter's Basilica in Côte d'Ivoire, or take selfies with one of China's Eiffel Towers. These large-scale copycat monuments can seem like mirages conceived by intelligent true estate investors, but what do they tell about imaginary geographies, modern tourism and globalized urban planning? Do they herald a globe where travellers won't cross borders, or are they proof of heightened cultural exchange and fresh transnational identities? A captivating and poetic meditation, The True Thing elegantly adventures from one corner of the world to the next—capturing a strange postcard here, an unexpected slice of life there—and collects philosophical musings from the folks who design and inhabit those places. It creates an intriguing mirror minigame that plays with the viewer's perception and reflects an unexpected photo of the world.
Description: Visible Silence explores the lives of Thai lesbians striving for recognition, authenticity, and acceptance in a traditional Buddhist society. It is an intimate storyline of self and family, love and sexuality, and self-determination where conformity is prized.
Description: Many many words have been written and a several ingenious TV documentaries have been filmed about the nice Russian rock band Auktyon, which recently celebrated 30 years of testing music. Everything is fully various in the situation of the movie Encore: it took seven years for the director, Dmitry Lavrinenko, to create it; he required just that amount of time to capture the wayward grace still preserved by Fyodorov, Garkusha, Ozersky and their associates. If you look behind the strong melody facade, you search not a storyline of a band but chronicles of a voyage aimed at incredible, incomparable music. Encore shows how the songs which are actually known by heart were composed; it also shows things generally left aside: pieces of daily life, tour diaries, conversations, including the key phrase: "You could not look at the liberty too much, you might feel dizzy."
Description: This documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin introduces us to Randy Horne, a high steel worker from the Mohawk community of Kahnawake, near Montreal. As a defender of his people's culture and traditions, he was known as "Spudwrench" during the 1990 Oka crisis. Offering a special look behind the barricades at one man's impassioned defence of sacred territory, the movie is both a portrait of Horne and the generations of daring Mohawk construction workers that have preceded him.
Description: Imagine a country where happiness is the guiding principle of government. Imagine a folks who see all life as sacred and the source of their happiness, a zone with an abundance of clean and renewable energy, a nation committed to preserving its culture and whose progress is measured by obtaining Gross National Happiness for its people. Where is this Shangri-La? Bhutan. But can a zone like Bhutan really exist? Can such ideals be realized? Can this small, geographically isolated country tucked away in the Himalayans truly protect its environment and culture as they launch their doors to the West? The respond is rooted in the Bhutanese view of the world, anchored in Buddhism, with the easy message that happiness can only be found by taking the middle path the path that balances the needs of boy with the strong spirits of nature.
Description: An essay movie by filmmaker and archivist Sari Braithwaite, [Censored] offers an overview of movie censorship in Australia, said through an ever-changing collage of photos compiled from the footage that was slash from movies released domestically between 1958 and 1971.
Description: Australia is well behind the Western globe in organ and tissue donor rates, causing immense suffering for those awaiting organs, while donors inspire us with their gift of life.
Description: As a fair-skinned Aboriginal boy living away from his country, middle-aged Grant struggles with his identity. So, he decides to quit everything and go fishing with his father.
Description: At the end of the First Globe War, Britain's prime minister David Lloyd George was a national hero, hailed as 'the boy who won the war'. A hundred years after he became PM, Lloyd George's great-great-grandson Dan Snow explores his popular forebear's life and asks why he's not better remembered, why he's not as popular a wartime leader as his mate and protege Winston Churchill. It's a tale of sex and scandal, success and failure, with Dan discovering some home truths from his family's history.
Description: In Louis Hubert Farabeuf (1841-1910), a French surgeon that among another texts wrote the "Précis de manual opératoire". In this ebook Salvador Elizondo (1932-2006) imagines the understanding of death, of writing, of eroticism and beyond. Through Elizondo's associative photography the photo of the tortured also becomes the presence of the spectators who watch their own death.
Description: The Frisian singer Linde Nijland was everytime fond of the combination of traveling and singing. An invitation to listen to a concert in honor of the coronation of the fifth lord of Bhutan was the ideal opportunity in 2008 to create a months-long adventure through South East together with multi-instrumentalist Bert Ridderbos.
Description: In 1914, the suffragette Mary Richardson attacked the Rokeby Venus at the National Gallery in London. But why did this painting fire such outrage? Professor Bettany Hughes embarks on a voyage of discovery to reveal the truth behind the Venus depicted in the painting, proving that this mythological figure is so much more than just an excuse for sensual nudity and chocolate-box romance. Because Venus Uncovered is the remarkable storyline of one of antiquity's most potent forces. And more than that - hers is the storyline of human desire, and how desire transforms who we are and how we behave.
Description: The ancient town of Petra, a town carved from desert rock, has baffled experts for decades. Now, fresh technologies resurrect the town and reveal why the spectacular civilization was suddenly abandoned.
Description: In September 2016, the St. Petersburg artist Sergey Dreyden turns 75 years old. He rehearses fresh plays, is shot by young directors. It is not assigned to any theater, it does not belong to any group. It exists by itself, suddenly appearing on one or other scene. The movie is a special experience of documentary observation of an actor for few years. The basis of the plot is rehearsals of one role in the performance of the St. Petersburg Youth Theater "Wine from dandelions, or Zamri." The process of the birth of a hero is no less exciting and interesting than the performance itself. Around the main "rehearsal" storyline - episodes from life, stories about childhood vs the background of their own drawings, paintings.
Description: At first glance, charity is easy: gather things, spend time, support with money. But it turns out, it's not simple when you are 17 and you are not ready to see lonely old age, poverty and disease. And when you realize that actually you are there - in a nursing home - waiting, it becomes even more difficult.
Description: This movie illustrates the struggles of Canadian prairies girls to achieve a more just and humane society within the farm movement and at large. During the early 1900s, girls on the prairies looked for methods to overcome their isolation. Out of the resulting farm women's organizations grew a group of girls possessing remarkable intellectual abilities, social and cultural awareness, and advanced worldviews.
Description: What is a human brain? Is it just a part of central nervous system, super pc or master who controls human's life? Modern neuroscience researches will support us respond this questions.
Description: In 1968 Joan Bakewell was one of the several female TV presenters, fronting the BBC's Late Night Line-Up and addressing everyday the most pressing problems of the time. In this movie she looks back at the happenings that led to what for many became the defining happening of that extraordinarily turbulent year - the protests in France in May. While the rest of the globe was in turmoil, with the Vietnam Fight causing increasing dissent, the Civil Rights movement growing in intensity and young folks finding fresh methods of expressing themselves, as 1968 began it seemed to France's president, General de Gaulle, that his country was immune to the type of protest sweeping the rest of the world.
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