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Description: An Oregon girl finds an SOS message from a Chinese dissident in a pack of Halloween decorations from Kmart, setting off a chain of happenings that would shut down the whole labor camp system in China and ignite the letter-writer’s risky quest to expose a deadly persecution.
Description: Notorious documentary about pedophilia, composed around a performance of Bach's Hohe Messe by the North Holland Boys' Choir. Central are three pedophile men. One of them was a board member in youth and youth work for many years and thus came into contact with boys. Other portrays men in Norway and the Netherlands and has a lot of success with his work. The fact that pedophilia is often misunderstood and tolerated less is shown by the storyline of the boy who, after he said his environment of his or her nature, is absolutely no longer accepted. Current sexual contact remains a rarity, but a visit to a performance of the Noord-Hollands Jongenskoor offers all three chances for the development of their feelings.
Description: Did you know that girls with endometriosis see an average of 8 doctors for 10 years before they’re diagnosed? During that time, many are forced to abandon dreams of having children, to leave careers they love and to watch their private relationships suffer. They’re regularly said (erroneously) that pregnancy & hysterectomy are cures and that pain is normal or in their heads. It’s time to break that cycle. It’s time for a normal that doesn’t mean multiple doctors, surgeries, misdiagnoses and years of pain. The only movie of its kind, Endo What? gives you an accurate, up-to-date base of knowledge straight from the experts – a vital resource missing until now.
Description: York University alumni Mandi Gray is forced to grapple with a university administration, legal system and police force unwilling to take seriously her report of rape by a fellow PhD student.
Description: What is the reality of everyday life in Gaza, along the border of Israel? Can the religious organization of Hamas, rivals to the PLO, transport from international pariah to meaningful political user with citizens' interests at heart? Developed over two years and with unprecedented access to this 'terrorist' organization, this documentary uncovers the deeper problems defining life in Gaza under Hamas.
Description: Why We’re Here gives fanatics of Rooster Teeth — the studio behind online hits like Red Vs. Blue, RWBY, Achievement Hunter, and more — a rare glimpse at its origins while unearthing over a decade’s worth of never-before-seen archival material.
Description: A month in the country. In summer, a group of mates rent a house in southern France. Folks come and go, making their method through chickens, dogs and cats. Playful sounds and a wacky collage of melody create up the soundtrack.
Description: USA + USSR = USSA. My movie is about blurred boundaries, probably due to my own private history. I was born in Fresh York, to Russian and Czech parents, raised in Brazil and educated in France. As a result, the movie is a cultural cocktail shot on super 8 in Fresh York, Berlin, Milan and Paris.
Description: After seven years of research on world format, scientific experiments carried out by Brazilian researchers at Dakila Research and the Zigurats Technological Center in partnership with specialists from different territories of Brazil and another countries, have shown that the World is not spherical. The evidence is being presented in the detail movie Terra Convexa: The Documentary, accessible in three languages: Portuguese, English and Spanish and published on the sites terraconvexa.com.br and convexearth.org
Description: A squad of young black Slam Poets stake their reputations on the risk of saying difficult truths as they compete for the National Championship during the racially-charged summer of 2016.
Description: Family Death Trip follows a woman's family as they bring her grandfather to his home city one last time, along with the ashes of her grandmother, the girl they all want he'd had the courage to leave. What began as a private video diary grew into a chaotic and darkly-comic documentary.
Description: Thirty years ago, 909 Americans were led to their death by the Rev. Jim Jones in a mass murder-and-suicide pact in a South American jungle, shortly after Jones' gunmen killed a visiting U.S. congressman and four others at a nearby air strip. Of the nearly 1,000 church members who began the day in Jonestown that morning, only 33 survived to see the next day. They lived through that day and night only by unfathomable courage, rooted in desperation and daring. And even 30 years later, many still feel the pain and the loss of those they had to leave behind. CNN's Soledad O'Brien says their storyline in this prime-time special.
Description: The French director is interviewed in this documentary showing the newly celebrated filmmaker discussing his influences and beginnings along with "Les Mistons" and "The 400 Blows."
Description: Adventure from the depths of the Pacific Ocean into the far reaches of zone on a quest to search something that changes everything...signs of life, somewhere else in the universe. With cutting-edge imagery from the world's most strong telescopes, The Find for Life in Zone takes audiences from the surface of Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn, to the extreme lava fields of Hawaii and thermal vents deep beneath the sea. In these harsh environments, astrobiologists look for clues to how life takes hold. As this immersive journey into the universe reveals the chance of planets like ours, The Find for Life in Zone will create you re-examine such fundamental questions as: "Where did we come from?", "How did we receive here?" and "Are we alone?"
Description: The “Kindertelefoon” (Child Helpline) in the Netherlands provides a listening ear. One woman talks about being home alone virtually all week; another’s sad because her parents are getting divorced. A man in an asylum seekers’ center is worried about the future, while other man doesn’t wish to be gay and hopes these feelings will pass. Each day, the Kindertelefoon takes calls like these from kids who wish someone to talk to. But kids also call to talk about their pets, to practice their audition for The Voice Children or to create pranks. The recordings of these smartphone conversations are accompanied by photos that quite literally give color to the conversations, and that beautifully reflect their tone—sometimes hilarious or naughty, but more often sad or heartrending.
Description: Farewell Ferris Wheel explores how the U.S. Carnival industry wars to hold itself alive by legally employing Mexican migrant workers with the controversial H-2B guestworker visa.
Description: An intimate portrait of a newborn baby man Tibor and his two mothers, Daja and Jedrt, who war vs the social discrimination of their family. They are the only homosexual parents to have taken an active part in the campaign for the same-sex marriage referendum that took zone in Slovenia. The challenge of motherhood was exacerbated by Daja and Jedrt's political opponents, who have publicly accused them of paedophilia and labelled their relationship as unnatural.
Description: Parents, educators, students and college admissions specialists all intimately understand the financial, emotional and intellectual burden of the SAT/ACT—tests that are not only an integral part of the college admissions process for most American students, but also can be a rite of passage for teenagers in the United States. Even as adults, several of us forget our score, or how we felt about what it took to earn it. The Use & the Art of Thinking traces the history and evolution of the SAT/ACT as a major user on the pathway to higher education in America, and it documents its actual power in our culture. In so doing, it strives to help individuals who are embarking on the street to college, by examining what the SAT/ACT measures and means, and asking a range of educational leaders, admissions specialists and stakeholders in the test—from tutors to parents to use designers—to grapple with the test’s use, ramifications and future.
Description: A documentary movie about world-renowned Japanese photographer, Masayoshi Sukita, who earned the deep believe and admiration of David Bowie, T-REX, Iggy Pop and big-name artists around the globe across an illustrious 40-year career.
Description: Tradition and modernity, contrasting methods of life: the master of archival footage has assembled an impressive collection. His serene narration takes us inside the personal lives of migrant families in various eras, from the beginnings of movie to the show day. This fresh movie from one of the nice avant-garde directors is also a strong tribute to a neglected genre.
Description: VESTIGE is a revealing of human crave and interconnection amid the fraught race vs time of other collapsing species – the rhinoceros. In the embattled provinces surrounding Kruger National Park, South Africa, a network of individuals risk their lives daily to save the planet's last remaining black and white rhinos - including a Zulu bush tracker, the world’s biggest personal rhino owner, a frontline anti-poaching unit and a non-profit organisation striving to empower local communities. As poachers continue to destabilise their environment, VESTIGE investigates the gripping realities of human life and philosophy amid a disappearing species.
Description: In the American Southwest, a special species of wolf unlike any another is making a comeback. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little-known Mexican gray wolf has, vs all odds, slowly pulled back from the very brink. From a founding population of just seven animals, the species has slowly grown to a actual wild population of approximately 100. Now, however, the Mexican gray wolf faces a fresh threat from within: its own genetics.
Description: Based on material that emerged during the occupation of the arena in the summer of 1976, the movie shows the organization of collective work, the negotiations with the town and community and finally the demolition of the buildings.
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Monos como Becky (Monkeys like Becky) is a documentary in two mixed parts. One of the parts is about the portuguese neurophysiologist Antonio Egas Moniz, Nobel prize for Medicine in 1949, who was one of the first (or even the first) scientist who operated on schizophrenic patients using the technic named lobotomy. The another part is about the day by day life of schizophrenic folks nowadays: their behaviours, their relationships, their treatments for the illness. The game of the film is a reference to a chimpanzee used to experiment for a better knowledge of the schizophrenia. In the show the lobotomy is not used, dued to its lack of operative effects in most of the situations and the appearence of very effective fresh drugs (in the 70's) to control the symptoms and disturb behaviours caused by the mental illness.
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