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Description: In the form of a photo-novel, in which a succession of static photos construct a narrative with the help of the voice-over, "Estas Mãos São Minhas" is a love letter of André Miguel Ferreira to his grandmother. The pretext is one of the usual trips of Sundays and Thursdays of the grandmother, with the most elegant clothes and the greatest perfume, to dance sessions where, in this zone of melody and conviviality, married boys hide their alliances and widowed girls find for ghosts. And it is a particular ghost that really matters to the young director, his deceased grandfather, for whom his grandmother cries silently and for whom sometimes he changes his name. This is a movie about the loss, the longing, the time, the fear, the love and the immense strength of women.
Description: Documentary on the work of Helena Almeida, a plastic artist that, since the end of the 60s, has developed a body of work in which she explores the limits of self-representation and the frontiers of the various mediums she uses, be it painting, drawing, photography or video. "Pintura Habitada" focuses on the few phases and elements involved in the constructive process through which Helena Almeida constructs her works, from the first studies to the exhibition of the finished work.
Description: The film's starting mission was an exhibit at the Centre of Modern Art (Gulbenkian) in Lisbon. By evoking a time in the past and the journeys of the artist's generation, Silva Melo is able to depict the oeuvre and the artistic persona of António Palolo.
Description: An unprecedented UHD movie on Karnataka's rich Biodiversity narrated by David Attenborough. Portraying the state with highest number of Tigers and Elephants using the recent technology - a masterpiece showcasing the state, its flora, fauna.
Description: In 2017, 25-year-old Anna Campbell from Lewes in East Sussex travelled in secret to northern Syria. She was heading for Rojava, the Kurdish zone in the north of the country. In the midst of the civil fight in Syria, a fledgling feminist democracy had been established but almost instantly came under threat from the so-called Islamic State. Just eight months after arriving and with no military background, Anna went to the front line to war with Kurdish YPJ. A month soon she was killed by a Turkish air strike. With access to her diary and videos filmed while she was there, this movie explores what motivated Anna to leave and how her family create sense of the tragic consequences.
Description: Tseng Kwong Chi (1950-1990) was part of an intimate circle of artists, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, and Cindy Sherman among them, who took center scene in the Fresh York art globe during the 1980's. As a Hong-Kong born, Paris-trained artist, Tseng viewed himself as a citizen of the globe and eschewed labeling himself or his art as "Chinese." However, his ironic self-portraits posed in a Mao suit in front of American landmarks found their method to Communist China and were profoundly influential for China's avant-garde, including conceptual artists Song Dong and Zhang Huan, who were exposed to Tseng's photos through western magazines smuggled into the country in the 1980's. Tseng's photographs not only satirized relations between the United States and its emerging rival, China, but also broadcasted his freedom of movement - a privilege denied most Chinese artists at the time.
Description: Join Megan McCormick on a adventure of discovery across Japan's spectacular heartland starting in Japan's pretty former capital Kyoto. She explores Buddhist temples, Globe Heritage Sites, and bargains at the city's greatest flea market. She then travels to Osaka, and Iga-Ueno, a former ninja stronghold, where she learns the secrets of these famously skilled assailants. She also visits the remote Sado Island and Himeji.
Description: On March 30th 2006, after a life-time of dedication to his art, John McGahern, one of Ireland's most distinguished writers, sadly passed away after a long illness. Since the publication of his first ebook in 1963, John McGahern was at the cultural heart of Irish life. He was in the satisfied position of being universally praised by the critics and equally loved by the reading public. John McGahern: A Personal Globe was filmed in 2004 just prior to the publication of his memoirs and these memoirs form the backbone of the documentary. Through intimate interviews, a powerful and compelling sense of the boy emerges, offering a rare insight into the constructive process.
Description: Can a life size doll, an avatar or an artificial intelligence truly love you? Through unilateral love stories between humans and non-humans, the movie explores various attempts to be in the globe and draws a picture of Japan’s future.
Description: Professional musician turned intrepid economist Arthur Brooks travels around the world in find of an respond to the question: How can we lift up the globe together, starting with those at the margins of society? His adventure takes him through the chaotic roads of Mumbai, a city in Kentucky left behind by the global economy, a homeless shelter in Fresh York, a road protest in Barcelona, and a Himalayan Buddhist monastery. Along the way, he discovers the secrets not only to material progress for the least fortunate, but also real and lasting happiness for all.
Description: Edna O’Brien is one of the best literary talents and rule breakers of her generation. In 1960, her revolutionary debut novel, The Country Girls, broke down social and sexual barriers for girls and was subsequently banned in her native country of Ireland. The awrd-winning O’Brien continues to produce some of the most urgent work of her unparalleled career, with her eighteenth novel, Girl, a searing storyline inspired by the schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram, to be published soon this year. In this honest and engaging documentary, Edna O’Brien reflects on her remarkable and ongoing writing life, interwoven with actors who perform extracts from her novels and rare family archive footage.
Description: Robert Paul Champagne has captured the hearts of America since before any of us knew his name. His brutally honest appeal on Ig to meet boys who can transport in, receive a lease and a key, has inspired and enlightened almost everyone who has come across it. No matter your race or creed, whether from jail or homeless, Robert opened his heart and home to the world. Now, Josh Potter from Your Mom's House Studios steps inside that home to test it out and learn more about the pretty mystery called Robert Paul Champagne. He's home here now.
Description: The film, boasting MLB Network's standard high-quality production values, is narrated by the rapper Macklemore, who is a Seattle native and Mariners fan. The premise is simple: This is the squad that saved baseball in Seattle. In fact, the full game of the tool is "MLB Network Presents: The 1995 Mariners: Saving Baseball in Seattle." Hey, it works.
Description: Shortly before her passing, Golda Meir was interviewed for Israeli television. After shooting ended, the cameras kept rolling, recording an intimate talk with the first and only girl to ever rule Israel. As she lit one cigarette after the other, Golda spoke freely, pleading her situation for her term as Prime Minister – five turbulent years that secured her zone in history, albeit at a high private cost. Based on these never-before seen materials, testimonies of supporters and enemies and rare archival footage, GOLDA says the storyline of Meir’s dramatic premiership – from her surprising rise to power and iconic international stature as “queen of the Jewish people”, to her tragic and lonely demise.
Description: In 'Sakura Petals: The Samurai' we leave to the South and we stop in Kurashiki, one of the several towns in Japan that was not bombed during the WW2, preserving its original architecture. Further we visit Okayama, with its reconstructed Crow Castle and the pretty garden, one of the top three gardens in Japan. We go soon to Nagasaki and visit the Memorial Park and its pretty row of Buddhist temples, and to Hagi where is the greatest preserved samurai quarter and traditional houses. We end up the tour in the holy island of Miya Jima full of roaming deers, where is one of the most necessary Shinto shrines in Japan, watching in the night the tide covering the popular floating Tori.
Description: Tokyo is a fascinating town of extremes, blending the old traditions with visions of the future and an extraordinary pace of life. A shock of skyscrapers and neon, it's a gleaming example of Japan's post Globe Fight II success. Traveller Ian Wright starts his stay by experiencing the spiritual side of Tokyo at the peace loving Senso-ji temple. After a gentle introduction he throws himself into the pace of the town and discovers some wonderful technology and fashion! He then heads to Mount Fuji for a crowded climb to the summit, before ending his trip experiencing the infamous Tokyo nightlife.
Description: Rwanda For Memory (Rwanda pour mémoire) is a 2003 documentary movie about the Rwandan Genocide. Facing up to the scars left by the genocide, Samba Felix N’Diaye manages to search just the right sense of distance to movie the inexpressible while nevertheless communicating a message of hope.
Description: As a kid Ibrahim Arslan survived the arson attack on his parents’ home in Mölln in which three members of his family were killed. Today he tells that his family suffered not just one, but two attacks. After the Molotov cocktails had burnt out, the Arslan family became a goal of attacks again, this time coming from the media, politics and society. These attacks were worse than the incendiary devices because they should have been avoided, Arslan says. In her film, Mala Reinhardt asks why even today many victims of radical right-wing violence are forced to live through the same experience of being treated with hostility and criminalised. The victims, who have formed a network, analyse with impressive clarity which conditions create racism still socially acceptable in our country. The essential thing actually is to listen to them. Luc-Carolin Ziemann
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