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Description: Documentary that delves deep into the history of abortion law, revealing the contradictory methods in which women's bodies have been used to further political and ideological agendas.
Description: They arrive, they smoke, they wait - armed robbers seeking redemption, life-long thieves, addicts and anxious fathers of wayward children. Difficult exteriors hide soft centres, old lives exist in young bodies - ordinary folks awaiting judgement on an unlovely stretch of pavement outside a London magistrates' court. Whilst waiting for their situations to be heard they reveal their lives, and the complexities of the human soul are laid bare. Tense and intimate conversations with the filmmaker illuminate stories that the magistrates hear daily. Director Marc Isaacs spent three months outside Highbury Magistrates Court and, in doing so, demonstrates how the eye of the camera has the ability to delve much deeper into hero and motivation than the eye of the law. Consequently, the more we receive to know the characters in this film, the harder it is to create simple judgements. Whilst the court gotta judge, the filmmaker need not.
Description: The everyday adventure of the young deliverer of the Delo magazine. The contrast between the mood of a young vendor and the impressive images of global happenings reported by the newspaper.
Description: The movie discusses the sub-bituminous coal mining process from tree cutting to the renaturation of open-pit mines. Lusatian villages and, with them, the Sorbian culture have been mined for nearly 100 years. 136 villages, 125 of them Sorbian-German, have disappeared since 1924. The movie questions the equality of constitutional law and nature protection. A pond where thousands of European fire-bellied toads (Bombina bombina) have been moved serves as an allegory of the lost villages, while an acoustic metaphor for the missing balance between human rights and nature conservation should be found in alternating soundtracks – European fire-bellied toad vs. the background noise of an open-pit mine.
Description: About Baghdad is the first movie made about Iraq after the fall of the Ba'ath regime in July 2003. It is also perhaps the first effort to privilege the voices of the Iraqi people, from all walks of life as well as social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. While many have talked about and for the Iraqi people, several media outlets have sought to probe beyond the simplistic binary of pro-US/pro-Saddam perspective so often found in Western and Arab media portrayals of Iraq. About Baghdad presents Iraqis who describe the pain, complexity and suffering of living under decades of tyranny, oppression, wars, sanctions and actually occupation.
Description: Short experimental documentary movie about Azar, an Iranian pc engineer who, in the winter of 2017, failed to see her ill sister in Isfahan (Iran) for the last time because of the Executive Order 13769, commonly known as the travel ban.
Description: In the spring of 2017, the Investigation Committee conducted the first searches in the criminal case, which everyone actually knows as the “Serebrennikov case”, “the Seventh Studio case” or “The Platform case”. Six people, among whom is a world-famous director, are accused of having stolen more than one hundred million rubles allocated for staging performances from the state. And for this they can go to jail for 10 years. Journalists Katerina Gordeeva and Roman Super tried to figure out the essence of this matter. We talked to folks who know what theater is, including in terms of money. Studied financial documents. Communicated with those with whom no one had ever succeeded. They understood why the applause of the audience and the compliments of the Ministry of Culture turned into arrests. And of course, went to all court sessions.
Description: In the film, the outstanding contemporary avant-garde poet Vladimir Ignatiev, the heir of OBERIUT, appeared. He played himself and read his own poetry. The movie was shot 25 years ago later after Vladimir received a serious craniocerebral injury, received as a effect of the bandit attack.
Description: Drugs in the Tenderloin is a documentary shot guerilla style by Robert Zagone in 1966; It captures the Tenderloin as it transformed into a center for young queers and drug users.
Description: Each Christmas in the Netherlands, the same debate rages over Black Pete, Santa's black-faced assistant who is played by a blacked-up white person. Sporting an afro and large red lips, the hero is reminiscent of racist colonial caricatures of black people, like the infamous 'golliwog'. But in Holland there is large resistance to its banning, with supporters claiming it is an innocent tradition for children. The debate reveals a society at odds over how to deal with racism, and unable to confront its colonial legacies.
Description: To tag the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth, Britten’s Endgame explores the composer's creativity in the face of death. Those closest to him watched anxiously as he raced to finished his final opera, Death in Venice, in defiance of medical advice, tackling an edgy topics with many resonances in his own life. His eventual heart operation left him incapacitated and prematurely old and frail, yet somehow he rediscovered his constructive urge to produce two late masterpieces. This is a rich and poignant movie about Britten’s final years, and the impact of what Peter Pears named 'an evil opera'.
Description: Loss won’t pay the bills is a moving and humorous portrait of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who place their heart and soul into running their business and don’t wish to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s store in Flushing’s old city has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on vacation for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working difficult is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, supports out in the store each day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
Description: It is arguably the most defining moment in the North Melbourne Football Club's 150-year history; the bold rejection of the AFL's Gold Coast relocation plan in 2007. Now, the never-before-told-story can be revealed a decade on. The most influential figures during the war to 'Keep North South' have finally broken their silence.
Description: Annelie asks for a Jörgen in a magazine from 1980. She met him at a Gyllene Tider concert in Karlshamn. Now, 22 years later... Did Annelie receive any respond to her request?
Description: Fifty years ago, Penguin published its 1967 hit pop poetry ebook The Mersey Sound, introducing Roger McGough, Brian Patten and Adrian Henri to the world, thereby securing Liverpool as the cultural centre of the UK and bringing poetry to pop audiences. With the support of popular mates and fellow writers, McGough and Patten say the inside storyline of this modern classic and how they made poetry cool.
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