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Description: A portrait of Mrs Khadeeja Begum, a widowed Pakistani mother of two in 1970s Birmingham, featuring an ignorant, casually racist voiceover by the condescending (white) filmmaker.
Description: In a globe of fixed positions and prescribed roles, expanding the definition of gender requires the courage to dive deep into understanding and acceptance. Written and directed by Christina Willings, Beauty explores the lives of five gender-creative kids, every uniquely engaged in shaping their concepts of what it means to be totally human. Claiming your own sense of gender when everything around you insists that you comply and conform can be challenging, and sometimes scary—but family and mates are there to help. Free-flowing animated elements, ranging from photos of octopuses to astronauts, draw together the kids’ shared experiences in beautifully rendered fantasias that celebrate the power of imagination and the flourishing force of self-determination. Playful, goofy, loving and brave, every of these remarkable young people—including Ladner, B.C.’s transgender advocate Tru Wilson—have found their own method to break gratis and present the globe what it really means to be your real self.
Description: The movie details intertwined scenes of young dance troupes' performances and scenes where popular Serbian actors, artists and athletes speak out to young people, in order to inspire them to by their own example to chase after and fulfill their lives' dreams. The 34 minute long movie is quick paced and shows various types of dances at few key territories in Belgrade, Serbia. The performances are slash by the interviews with the artists and athletes, addressing the viewer, who talk about their beginnings and the street to success. The third segment of the movie are young people, transitioning into adulthood, who talk about what their own dreams are. The concept that the movie "Fulfill your dream!" carries is to present young people, through the film itself, through the testimonies of successful artists and athletes, and finally through the example of the author, that it is possible to begin an independent career, thanks to their creativity, ambition and perseverance.
Description: At the end of the 80's, the town of Itacuruba, in the backlands of Pernambuco, was transferred to other locality due to the construction of a hydroelectric plant. In the fresh region, the town began to register many suicides, reaching a rate ten times greater than the national average. Through memories of the lost city, villagers reveal that the root of a folks is like the root of a tree: essential to life.
Description: A look at life for Indian immigrants in Britain in 1966 with This Week. The series often tackled problems of race and identity and, following a clumsy begin with an interview with Sir Penderel Moon, this edition is a relatively sensitive portrait of Sikhs settling in Southall and Plumstead. Interviews with young British Asians are a particular highlight and the programme also follows the storyline of a Delhi taxi driver hoping to transport to Britain.
Description: Weapon is an experimental documentary on school shootings and gun violence in the United States, filmed by Georgian students, primarily consisting of footage from the Atlanta March For Our Lives walkout.
Description: Natalia Nikolaevna lives 400 km from Havana, in the town where the first nuclear power plant would be built in Cuba. He arrived 20 years ago from the USSR, to be reunited with her husband and work as an opera singer. In 1992, he began the nice crisis, known as the Unique Period. Natalia divorced, and rooted in the zone gradually discovered him as the most hostile of spaces. Single mother without job opportunities, invented their own stage-a park-, their own -the spectators tourists- and their own livelihood: what gave him for his arias.
Description: Rosemary is a visually impaired girl from the Traveller and Roma communities who is living homeless in Dublin. She takes no help from the government, living by selling 'The Large Issue' magazine and busking. She is a survivor but she dreams of one day having her own home where she can grow vegetables, hold pets, and have a secure zone to call her own.
Description: A short documentary exploring the relationship between a father and son. Feeling as though he never bonded with his father Martyn, director Chris Chambers-Smith talks to those who knew Martyn best, trying to figure out why he feels as if they never connected like a father and son.
Description: Leonardo da Vinci is not just the most popular and most admired of all painters - he is an icon, a superstar. Yet, the boy himself remains elusive. Accounts during his lifetime describe a boy too handsome, too strong, too excellent to be accurate. But in 2009, the possibility discovery in the South of Italy of an ancient portrait with strangely familiar details takes the art globe by storm. Should this be an unknown self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci? Controversy erupts among the experts. The implications of such a discovery have far-reaching consequences for our understanding of the work of this nice Renaissance master.
Description: After the jail, Isaura tries to reconnect with the world. In prison he participated in a literary initiative and through the reunion with comrades of the project, he talks about his anguish. The difficulty of reconfiguring herself as mother, girl and human is constant.
Description: Benjamin Woolley presents the gripping storyline of Nicholas Culpeper, the 17th century radical pharmacist who took on the establishment in order to bring medicine to the masses. Culpeper lived during one of the most tumultuous periods in British history. When the country was ravaged by famine and civil war, he took part in the revolution that culminated in the execution of Lord Charles I. But it is Culpeper's achievements in health care that made him famous. By practicing (often illegally) as a herbalist and publishing the first English-language texts explaining how to treat common ailments, he helped to break the monopoly of a medical establishment that had abandoned the terrible and needy. His ebook The English Physician became the most successful non-religious English ebook of all time, remaining in print continuously for more than 350 years.
Description: "Poetry is the divisor, before it repression, after her freedom", thus recites the poet evanilson alves, "sarau of the jaguar - poetry of broken" documents the poetic sarau that happens each fortnight in sussuarana, periphery of Salvador. On scene birth abdias, girls and boys in poetry saw ounces in the jungle of the Bahia capital.
Description: In the municipal elections of 1992, Magalhães Teixeira is elected mayor of Campinas. Film-file about a politician in campaign, the embarrassments of his squad and the distrust of voters amid the impeachment of then-President Collor.
Description: A look into the life of Holger Meins, the German cinematography student who became a revolutionary and a prominent voice in the Vietnam Fight protest movement. This movie is comprised of interviews with his associates. 16mm, color & b/w
Description: A poetic documentary on the Italian poet Cesare Pavese and his connection to two particular territories - the town of Turin and the village of Santo Stefano Belbo. 16mm, color
Description: A war between nature and culture, between organic rye-grass and artificial turf. American football is played on rectangular fields, 120 yards long and 160 feet wide. These dimensions defined the framework for this film. Made with photos found in Google Earth. With melody by Michel Banabila.
Description: Documentary and concert movie of sorts showing the Tokyo rock melody stage in 1978, just as punk began to emerge. Featuring performances from bands Friction, Lizard, S-Ken, Suicide, SS, Pain, Mirrors, Mr. Kite, Speed and 8 1/2. The Stanglers also create an appearance.
Description: Looks at the United States as it becomes an increasingly diverse nation. Tracing the history of significant changes in the Immigration and Nationality Act beginning in 1965, this tool introduces a dramatic vision of a multi-cultural America where folks of color are the fresh majority. The feelings and stories of ordinary folks are featured in daily context in six towns across the county. Interviews with residents of Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Miami and few another territories probe the changing relationships between newcomers and established residents.
Description: On the culture and politics of radical black theatre work in South Africa under apartheid, featuring Ingoapele Madingoane, Matsemela Manaka, Gibson Kente and the girls of Crossroads
Description: The storyline of the lives of five ordinary black South African girls living under the apartheid system, secretly shot with the support of journalist Nomavenda Mathiane, also featuring interviews with Fatima Meer and for the first time, Winnie Mandela
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