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Description: Via a terrifying trip to hell and back, Jean Marc Calvet was given a second possibility at life, and actually a successful artist on a quest for redemption, he embarks on an extraordinary adventure to create peace with his past.
Description: This is the remarkable storyline of an American icon who changed the sport of large wave surfing forever. Transcending the surf genre, this in-depth portrait of a hard-charging athlete explores the fear, courage and ambition that push a boy to greatness—and the cost that comes with it.
Description: From a historic genocide trial to the overthrow of a president, the sweeping storyline of mounting resistance played out in Guatemala’s newest history is said through the actions and perspectives of the majority indigenous Mayan population, who actually stand poised to reimagine their society.
Description: Folk-musicians earn their cash on the roads of Armenian capital Yerevan, the ropewalkers dance in front of the old monastery Khor-Virap. Their improvisations appear like a poetic mirror for the psychical sensitivity of Armenians.
Description: In 2008, a young boy broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment, holding her and her mate hostage at gunpoint for five days. The so-called "crime of passion" was covered live and rabidly followed like a perverse telenovela. This film's pointed analysis of the Brazilian police and media's sensationalization of violence vs girls sadly explains the country's elevated rate of femicide.
Description: John and Amanda teach Latin, English and guitar at a fantastical stately home-turned-school. Nearly 50-year careers are drawing to a close for the pair who have become legends with the mantra: “Reading! ’Rithmetic! Rock ’n’ roll!” But for pupil and teacher alike, leaving is the hardest lesson.
Description: In 1988 the biggest demonstrations and strikes ever in the history of the Soviet Union took zone in Armenia. The instant cause for it was the demand of Nagorno Karabakh, an autonomous zone in Azerbaijan, to be an administratively accounted Armenian territory.
Description: Everyone knows what charming territories strip clubs can be, but perhaps there is no club so charming as one in Moriarty, Fresh Mexico—a truck stop with taxidermy and the bras of former employees on the walls, a several poles, a shitload of black light, and plenty of titties. Never mind that The Ultimate Strip Club List site describes it as the zone "where strippers go to die."
Description: This portrayal of the rhythm of life and work in a large textile factory in Gujarat, India, moves through the corridors and bowels of the enormously disorienting structure—taking the viewer on a adventure of dehumanizing physical labor and intense hardship.
Description: While her husband served a life sentence, paradoxically kept secure and morally uncontaminated, Winnie Mandela rode the raw violence of apartheid, fighting on the front line and underground. This is the untold storyline of the mysterious forces that combined to take her down, labeling him a saint, her, a sinner.
Description: The planet’s busiest maternity hospital is located in one of its poorest and most populous countries: the Philippines. There, terrible girls face devastating consequences as their country struggles with reproductive health privacy and the politics of conservative Catholic ideologies.
Description: An attempt to re-contextualize the European migrant crisis and ongoing hostilities in Syria, through eyewitness and participant testimony. Kids and parents recount the revolution, civil war, air strikes, atrocities and ongoing humanitarian aid crises, in a portrait of newest history and the consequences of violence.
Description: In a remote stretch of Patagonia, Argentina, there is a family - the Dickasons - who speak a language from a country 7,000km to the east. They are part of a 114-year-old Afrikaans Boer community - South Africans of Dutch descent who sailed across the ocean to South America after the destruction of a fight with the British. Today, less than 50 still speak the language and they struggle to hold their culture alive. Patriarch "Ty" Dickason, 82, is a cowboy who has never flown in a plane - and yet he yearns to one day visit the country of his blood before he and his compatriots pass away. This multiple SAFTA award-winning documentary is a portrait of the last days of the community - a parallel globe where Afrikaans was never linked to Apartheid - and one family's adventure to reconnect with South Africa.
Description: Follow ocean legend Sylvia Earle, renowned underwater National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry, writer Maximum Kennedy and their team of teenage aquanauts on a year-long quest to deploy science and photography to inspire President Obama to establish fresh Blue Parks to protect essential habitats across an unseen American Wilderness.
Description: The Mutability of All Things and the Chance of Changing Some explores our human adaptability in light of catastrophe by method of seminal literature passages implying a transitory social body.
Description: The bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma Town in April 1995 is the worst act of domestic terrorism in American history. This documentary explores how a series of deadly encounters between American citizens and federal law enforcement—including the standoffs at Ruby Ridge and Waco—led to it.
Description: Shot in the Dark is a documentary on three blind photographers: Pete Eckert, Sonia Soberats and Bruce Hall. A documentary on three blind folks who devote their lives to creating images. What do they see in their mind's eyes? Do they sense that which we sighted miss, overlook, or don't take into consideration? Their images, as we sighted can see, are extraordinary. "Even with no input the brain keeps creating images," tells Pete Eckert. Sonia Soberats states, "I only understood how strong light is after I went blind." Shot in the Dark is a adventure into an unfamiliar yet fascinating realm. "My camera is like a bridge," claims Bruce Hall. All these photographers embrace fantasy, chance, and contingency at a fundamental level. Shot in the Dark enriches our understanding of perception and creation. We all close our eyes in sleep, the sighted and blind alike, and in our dreams - we see.
Description: This detail documentary offers a glimpse of contemporary Cuba’s rich musical culture through the experiences of renowned Canadian soprano sax user and flautist Jane Bunnett. Jane and her husband, trumpeter Larry Cramer, are surrounded by the charm of Old Havana as they connect with some of the city's finest musicians—like singers Bobby Carcasses and Amado Dedeu —for a recording session. Bunnett and Cramer then venture to tiny cities like Cienfuegos and Camaguey, where they hook up with local musicians and visit melody schools. Global melody fanatics will be captivated by the performances of Los Muñequitos de Matanzas, a celebrated Afro-Cuban rumba group, and Desandann, a 10-member a cappella choir that sings in Haitian Creole.
Description: A gripping documentary about the courage and determination of a young English stockbroker who saved the lives of 669 children. Between March 13 and August 2, 1939, Nicholas Winton organized 8 transports to take kids from Prague to fresh homes in Nice Britain, and kept quiet about it until his wife discovered a scrapbook documenting his special point in 1988. Winton was a successful 29-year-old stockbroker in London who "had an intuition" about the fate of the Jews when he visited Prague in 1939. He quietly but decisively got down to the business of saving lives. We learn how only two countries, Sweden and Britain, answered his call to harbor the young refugees; how documents had to be forged and how once foster parents signed for the kids on delivery, that was the last he saw of them.
Description: A historic review of the life and work of Simón Rodríguez, forefather of the American thought, whose legacy had an influence on Simón Bolívar. Simón Rodríguez is attributed to be responsible for planting the first ideals of emancipation and freedom in the Liberator.
Description: Portraits of emblematic, iconic characters: those who were left on the shelf, the bachelors and spinsters. Life stories of Venezuelan boys and girls who present their customs, their views of the world, of love, of success. Existential narrations in which being single extends the idea of love to another chances of loving that are beyond a lifestyle.
Description: Portrays the life of Moisés (12), Antoni (12), Luís (13) and Chito (13), few cuentahistorias (storyteller) kids who create a living by saying stories in prose about the city Juan Griego, in exchange for tips, to the hundreds of folks who visit Fortín de la Galera on Margarita Island in Venezuela. Each day they compete, playing, joking and sometimes a bit of tussling, with another kids from the city for the occasion to say "the story" to the tourists who climb the hill to play the view of the bay, especially as the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea. They gotta be cunning because there are another storytellers who are older and who left school a long time ago, who are misbehaved, and each day confront them and test to take away their money.
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