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Description: In 2010, thousands of Kosovo Roma were forcibly repatriated from the European Union to their original home. And this despite the fact that many had spent years living in the EU. They had grown up there, studied there, some had even been born there. This engaged documentary follows the storyline of brothers Kefaet and Selami, rappers from Essen who, from one day to the next, search themselves in Kosovo, slash off from the rest of the globe and from their family in Germany.
Description: The documentary Accidental Son is an autobiographic storyline of Robert Zuber. As a child, Robert grew up in a children’s home and was soon adopted by a foster family. He never paid much attention to it because his foster parents loved him as their own child. But, after the death of his foster mother, the bureaucratic apparatus tries to convince him that he now has no parents. On his 31st birthday, Robert decides to straighten things out. He gets in touch with his biological mother and tries to search out the facts of his early childhood. At the same time, he wants to know who his biological father is. This find is full surprises. The movie is a part of UNICEF’s campaign ‘Every Kid Needs a Family'.
Description: When the award-winning filmmaker of "An Ordinary Hero", Loki Mulholland, dives into the 400 year history of institutional racism in America he is confronted with the shocking reality that his family helped begin it all from the very beginning.
Description: At the beginning of the summer of 2018, filmmaker Eli Hayes, who has been struggling with depression for his whole life, fell deep into the inky chasms of the disease. Days later, Hayes was named down to Tallahassee, Florida for a job opportunity. While in Florida, the despondency grew more severe and eventually took finished control of his psychological well-being. Over the course of the summer, nice days would occur sparsely and sporadically; on these days, Hayes would bring his camera outside to movie the beauty of his environment, despite knowing full well that the dejection would later return. "A Florida Melancholy" is a landscape movie of emotional survival, comprised of the footage that Hayes shot while in Florida throughout the darkest season of his life, during which all that he should rely on for hope & direction were his camera, and his surroundings.
Description: Two mates set off on a adventure along the borders of Belarus on Chinese bikes with gasoline engines. 47 days of travel, unlimited breakdowns and variety of random encounters add up to sketches about the life of the outskirts of the most Soviet of all post-Soviet countries. Villagers, students, rappers, drunks. The long street gradually erases the line between reality and cinema, and with every kilometer it becomes more hard to distinguish one from the other.
Description: Colleagues from the Union of Artists know Elena K * as a modest watercolor painter. Among the visitors of nightclubs, she is known as the singer of porno-chanson Albina Sexova.
Description: As long as Abraham Sutskever lived, he wouldn't allow a movie about his life be made. Today, eight years after his passing, Black Honey says the wonderful storyline of the best Yiddish poet of modern times. Sutskever led the Paper Brigade underground movement that saved Jewish manuscripts from the Nazis, survived WWII due to Stalin sending him a personal rescue plane, testified in the Nuremberg Trials, and immigrated to Israel in 1947 where he led Yiddish culture, while writing in astonishing vitality.
Description: Mouth-watering and entertaining, The Lord of Börek follows the rise and fall of the Alkolombris family – Bulgarian bakers that immigrated to the newborn state of Israel with their popular bourekas pastry. The family enjoyed rapid success, and their bakery in Jaffa later became a well-known establishment, drawing crowds from all over the country. This led to the first franchised meal chain in Israel – Sammy Bourekas & Sons. Run by patriarch Sammy’s two sons and son-in-law, bakeries selling bourekas popped up all over Israel. Cash started to flow, accompanied by an extravagant lifestyle and parties with Israeli high-society: politicians, soccer players, actors and models. But as the rival siblings began to clash, jealousy, honour and greed threatened to tear down the family empire.
Description: It took the Israeli secret service four years to receive their hands on right-wing terrorist organisation, the Jewish Underground. After carrying out few attacks on Muslims in the early 1980s, the group plotted to blow up the Dome of the Rock. Director Shai Gal reconstructs the happenings in the form of a detective storyline with dramatisations and interviews with key figures, including the perpetrators, who claim they have nothing to hide. With a chilling contemporary relevance, director Gal reveals the ties between members of the Jewish Underground and the Israeli political sphere are stronger than ever.
Description: This extraordinary window onto Israeli society explores how the need to move, shift, and be in constant motion has produced generations of nice dancers and choreographers that have turned the country’s modern dance community into an international success story. Through the works of leading choreographers Ohad Naharin, Rami Be'er, and Yasmeen Godder, the movie delves into the exotic and vibrant globe of Israeli dance culture, showcasing spectacular performances, rich archival material, interviews, and more to make a special and surprising view of Israeli society and one of its most exciting and joyful aspects.
Description: Ephraim Kishon is perhaps greatest known for directing Sallah Shabati, a movie that garnered multiple awards and place Israeli cinema on the globe stage. But Kishon is first and foremost a satirist and writer whose ebooks and plays have been translated into over 40 languages and have earned him the Israel Prize. This documentary paints an intimate portrait of the legendary artist - a Hungarian Holocaust survivor and immigrant to the fledgling state of Israel - through interviews, archival footage, animation and in-depth conversations. The effect is a captivating movie that highlights Kishon’s acerbic wit, playful approach to language and above all, his zest for life.
Description: The Mossad, Israel’s foreign intelligence agency, has been almost fully sealed off to the media. Now, for the first time, variety of its former operatives have accepted to be interviewed. These rare interviews bring to light private and political dilemmas and challenges, and form an acc of the top-secret operations that have shaped Israel’s past and may yet shape its future.
Description: Forty years after her death, Golda Meir's photo is still polarising and clouded by controversy. While perceived as a feminist icon in many territories in the world, in the country she led as Prime Minister for five years she's regarded by many as a failure. Delicately stitching together archival footage and interviews, Madam Prime Minister invites the viewers to walk in Meir’s iconic shoes and reexamine her groundbreaking and dramatic years as the first and only female prime minister of Israel.
Description: One of the most enigmatic and controversial film producers in Hollywood history, Sam Spiegel fled the spectre of Nazi Germany in 1933 to become the only person to victory three Oscars as sole producer for the detail movies On The Waterfront (1954), Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) and Lawrence of Arabia (1962). A maverick and an uncompromising taskmaster, the last tycoon of Hollywood’s Golden Age left behind an impressive and colorful legacy including an extensive award-winning filmography and the Sam Spiegel School of Movie and Tv in Jerusalem.
Description: An astounding and thrilling exposé that gives voice to the unwitting topics of an infamous American scientific experiment: the 1960s Neubauer-Bernard study of separated twins. Said from the perspective of the Jewish identical twins and triplets who were secretly split up in infancy and adopted through Louise Wise Services, a Jewish adoption agency, the documentary examines the traumatic, long-term results of the separations — and continuing deception — on the kids and their adoptive families.
Description: The birth of Underwater Archaeology, 1960-1962, shows the pioneers of nautical archaeology as they develop ways of excavating ancient shipwrecks on the seabed. Among them are George Bass, Claude Duthuit, Frederick van Doorninck, Susan Womer Katzev, Ann Bass, and David Owen, who soon founded the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA) which actually excavates around the world.
Description: Renowned Photographer Chris Floyd captured the tumultuous life of the iconic band The Verve from the inside, as they toured as relative unknowns on their first American tour, all the method through to their farewell tour in 1997 at the very top of their game. Using previously unseen photographs, self shot video from the band and interviews, this is an intimate look at an necessary moment in famous culture. Chris candidly talks about the relationship he had with the band and reveals wonderful insight into his process, as well as explaining his views on the meaning of the relationship between photographer and topics and what can happen when that professional line becomes blurred.
Description: This documentary seeks to be the ultimate Odyssey of exploration into Cannabis and its uses starting from the formation of the Endocannabinoid system in the easy sea squirt, through to its early uses, the plant's medical benefits and landing at the modern legalisation movements across the Globe. Where the billions generated in tax should be re-invested back into hospitals, roads, fire departments, scientific research, community projects and the list goes on.
Description: Zambia's copper resources have not made the country rich. Virtually all Zambia's copper mines are owned by corporations. In the last ten years, they've extracted copper worth $29 billion but Zambia is still ranked one of the twenty poorest countries in the world. So why hasn't copper wealth reduced poverty in Zambia? Once again it comes down to the trouble of tax, or in Zambia's case, tax avoidance and the test of tax havens. Tax avoidance by corporations costs terrible countries and estimated $160 billion a year, almost double what they obtain in international aid. That's enough to save the lives of 350,000 kids aged five or under each year. For each $1 given in aid to a terrible country, $10 drains out. Vital cash that should support a terrible country pay for healthcare, schools, pensions and infrastructure. Cash that would create them less reliant on aid.
Description: The documentary looks into the fate of the women trapped in sexual slavery. The movie unfolds in India, a country that occupies an unhappy first zone among countries with the highest volumes of human trafficking. Few prostitutes who became heroines of this movie are living in the Red Light district of Mumbai – some time ago they were sold to this district by their own parents. The another plot line of the documentary is the storyline of a tiny woman living in one of Northern India’s poorest villages. In a couple of years she too can follow the Mumbai ladies’ path.
Description: In 2015, the WHO listed one of the additives in processed meats as carcinogenic. That same additive was nearly banned in America in the 1970s - until lobbying from the meat industry discredited the scientists. At the heart of this tactic are the scientists who collaborate with the meat industry and who obtain generous compensation for studies that promote meat consumption.
Description: Randy Liedtke (Last Comic Standing) has never smoked weed, so it was necessary for him to have the most authentic experience imaginable. Join Randy on his quest as he prepares himself to receive high for the very first time.
Description: Vika and Karina are building a charity clinic in Guatemala. Tropical diseases, drug smuggling, find for sponsorship and real love. Two crazy adventurers change the globe for the better and just play the life.
Description: The storyline of daily survival of traditional Arctic sea hunters of the Bering Strait in the Far East of Russia is enriched with wonderful and heartwarming animated Inuit myths, that, at times, prevail reality. "The Ebook of the Sea" is a dramatic parable about the vitality of the ancient Arctic culture.
Description: The movie depicts a everyday life of contemporary Mongolia in the period of social and political changes. Through the observation of few characters and circumstances of their lives, the movie is trying to reveal the moment, where the old and the fresh globe meet every other. The moment in which the centuries-old tradition of nice Mongolia is shifted by the shaky culture of today, with its dreams, fears and desires, alien to the nomadic civilization.
Description: A documentary in memory of Judge Rodrigo Bastidas, who was vilely murdered in the criminal investigation courts by violent state agents 35 years ago. A crime vs humanity still unresolved.
Description: How to have a happier life and a better globe all thanks to maths, in this witty, mind-expanding tutorial to the science of success with Hannah Fry. Following in the footsteps of BBC Four's award-winning maths movies The Joy of Statistics and The Joy of Data, this recent gleefully nerdy journey sees mathematician Dr Hannah Fry unblock the essential tactics you'll need to receive what you wish - to victory - more of the time. From how to bag a bargain dinner to how greatest to stop the children arguing on a long vehicle journey, maths can give you a winning strategy. And the same guidelines apply to the world's largest issues - whether it's avoiding nuclear annihilation or tackling climate change.
Description: A documentary about pianist Ingrid Fuzjko Hemming. Her life as a pianist and the searching of her family roots, which acts as an necessary role in her performance, attitude and personality. Directed by Sôichirô Komatsu.
Description: The Wind Sculpted Land is a movie about Estonian nature. The nature of this Northern country might not seem anything unique at a first glance, but digging deeper one can search real gems. Flooded meadows, coastline, bogs altogether with wild animals and flocks of migrating birds are now tiny worlds on their own. Even more, the very same nature has held and sculpted the hero of the folks living here. The movie was made during 2015-2018, it took more than 400 days out on the field filming birds, animals and various landscapes. Filming took zone in various parts of Estonia, mainly in natural parks. The Wind Sculpted Land is truly a magical adventure to Estonia´s special and scenic nature. The movie is part of a movie programme dedicated to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia.
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