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Description: Documentary recounting the making of Tod Browning's Freaks. Featuring interviews with experts and current sideshow performers, this movie gives a fascinating insight into the cast members, production and public reaction to this controversial classic.
Description: Jessica Cox was born without arms as a effect of a birth defect, but managed to overcome many physical and emotional challenges to become totally independent. She learned to kind with her toes, drive a vehicle with her feet, and amazingly -- fly an airplane with her feet. Right Footed follows Jessica as she transforms from a motivational speaker to a mentor, and eventually into a leading advocate for folks with disability.
Description: Bones of the Buddha is a 2013 tv documentary produced by Icon Movies and commissioned by WNET/THIRTEEN and ARTE France for the National Geographic Channels. It concerns a controversial Buddhist reliquary from the Piprahwa Stupa in Uttar Pradesh, India. It was released in May, 2013, and was broadcast in July 2013 in the US on PBS as part of the Secrets of the Dead series.
Description: A Chinese woman meets a foreigner who came from far away. She says him about her story, her life and her descendants. She and her family welcome the stranger. Until the time comes for him to return to his land. They need to tell goodbye, not knowing how long that goodbye will last.
Description: A strong and painful quest for justice after the death of 12-year-old Genesis Rincon, killed by a stray bullet in a gang shootout in Paterson, a terrible Fresh Jersey city close to Fresh York City.
Description: Over 4 hours of crucial video. Diagnosed with high cholesterol, Craig McMahon took control of his health and beat his genetic fate by consuming a entire plant-based diet inspired by Doctors Campbell, Esselstyn, Greger and McDougall. Certified by Cornell in plant nutrition, Craig asks experts difficult science questions and creates delightful healthy meals in his kitchen based from years of research.
Description: Jasim and Alsaleh are underage refugees in a Greek prison. Coming from Syria and Iraq, they were arrested and accused of smuggling illegal immigrants. With special access in the juvenile prison and court room, the movie follows the two mates closely while in custody, during the trial and after the verdict, through a narrative of suspense which reveals how youngsters are forced to move migrants across the border to Greece while the smugglers stay behind and continue their job uninterrupted. If Jasim and Alsaleh are found guilty, they will face extremely long prison sentences. Smartphone conversations between the imprisoned young men and their mothers at their war-stricken countries accentuate the double enclosure that these families experience. No one knows how and when their long run will end.
Description: We know that Kosovo is the "bleeding wound of the Balkans". There's fighting, death, barricades ... But there's life too. Barricades are built there, but they also learn, work, love, and dream about the future. Kosovo Serbs wish to be satisfied on their land.
Description: The movie says the compelling and moving stories of two remarkable young girls living in Gaza and the struggle of Gazans trying to maintain their humanity and humor while hoping to search some sense of normality in a globe that is anything but normal.
Description: "He was attractive, cultivated, very sensitive, very empathetic". Lawyer Astrid Wagner's first impression when meeting the serial assassin Jack Unterweger. As a young law student she had close contact with him: "It was a great feeling to be needed." On June 28, 1994 Unterweger is convicted for the murder of nine prostitutes. Six hours later, he hangs himself in his cell. Twenty years later, Thema unrolls the wonderful storyline of the girl murderer and asks former mates and another companions how Jack Unterweger influenced their lives.
Description: Thunder in Guyana is the remarkable tale of Janet Jagan, a young girl from Chicago who married Guyanese activist Cheddi Jagan and set off for the British colony to begin a socialist revolution. For more than fifty years, the couple fought tirelessly to liberate the country from colonial rule and exploitation.
Description: More than any another sport, baseball is a minigame of numbers. Stats and records support measure the greats of the minigame vs their peers--against generations--and this ever-evolving record ebook is what supports give baseball renewed life. But not each tag in the minigame is destined to change, for there are a several that are indeed unbreakable.
Description: A documentary about life in Cape Cod which shows the roads of Provincetown as they were at the time. Kids are featured testing hide and seek, ships with large masts are seen in the harbor and fishermen are filmed mending nets.
Description: SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES is a project that examines horror culture and filmmaking in the Fresh England area. Through the stories of industry professionals, filmmakers, and actors, it explores the historical and contemporary significance of the area's impact on the horror genre, as well as the decision to pursue a project locally.
Description: How to be a documentary filmmaker in the UK? It's all about what hotel bar you know. A video essay about the accessibility of movie festivals, focused on the 2018 edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Description: The opening segment for a planned larger documentary by Johan van der Keuken. Unfortunately, this is all that was finished before his death. These are tiny portraits of folks he met during his travels.
Description: Wyatt Earp, one of the most popular lawmen and gamblers of the Old West, is the inspiration behind decades of Hollywood Westerns. This documentary, written by director Plante along with Sam Green and Tim Kirk, highlights the influence of Earp’s legacy on cinema and our perception of the wild, wild West.
Description: "The Power of the Bikers" - A report about the biker groups in Germany. The Hells Angels and the Bandidos place Germany in nice fear. The motorcycle clubs are considered the epitome of organized crime in Northern Europe.
Description: Nobel Prize champion of 1946, with more than 100 million copies Hermann Hesse is the world's most widely read German-language creator of all time. To this day, many folks associate Hermann Hesse with their first or formative reading experience. The documentary goes on the Hesse track of these folks and at the same time on the track of the author, who has managed like no other, to become a role model.
Description: On Fresh Year's Eve at the Center for Medical and Social Rehabilitation for folks with disabilities who suffer from cerebral palsy, doctors prepare a Fresh Year performance and a concert for their patients. After all, many of them live here permanently, and for them this vacation became the only spectacle that they can see "live".
Description: "Write Down, I am an Arab" says the storyline of Mahmoud Darwish, the Palestinian national poet and one of the most influential writers of the Arab world. His writing shaped Palestinian identity and helped galvanize generations of Palestinians to their cause. Born in the Galilee, Darwish's family fled during the 1948 Arab-Israeli Fight and returned a several years soon to a crashed homeland. These early experiences would deliever the foundation for a writing career that would come to define an whole nation.
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