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Description: Since 1987, the anthropologist Pierre-Jacques Dusseau, who works in prisons, has collected objects made by detainees. Refused by museums of ethnography, these daily objects and artistic creations are gathering dust in his attic. Every one has a storyline that sheds a various light on penal institutions – and these stories, no one says them better than Pierre-Jacques.
Description: An amateur recap of the happenings of Hurricane Michael, followed by an interview with the principal of a middle school still partially destroyed months after the hurricane.
Description: How I Love You is an exploration of sexuality among gay boys in Lebanon. A couple and three individuals talk about their sex lives, about commitments and failures, about their relationships to their bodies, about their passions and love in a society where homosexuality is still punished by imprisonment. The video uses light to produce a white veil that obstructs seeing, hence rendering hero identification almost impossible. Through this obstruction, the video locates itself within a specific social context.
Description: Imagine finding out that your tiny hometown is the only zone in the globe with an annual bizarre tradition. An investigation into its origin uncovers claims of discrimination and racism in the wake of disaster in 2011. This inspiring storyline is proof that it takes more than a couple of tornadoes to destroy the fierce loyalty and relentless pride of the balloon-flinging Blue Devils of Cordova, AL.
Description: LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the results of technology on the brain. The target of the movie is to inspire us to self-regulate. Social media is a software and social platforms are a zone to connect, share, and care … but is that what's really happening?
Description: Oriana Fallaci, the Italian journalist who is noted for her provocative interviews, interviews the leader of the Islamic Revolution, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, on Sept 12, 1979. For 10 days Oriana Fallaci waited in the holy town of Qum for her interview with the 79 year old Ayatollah, who is the de facto ruler of Iran. On Sept. 12, she was led into the Faizeyah religious school, where Khomeini holds his audiences. She was accompanied by two Iranians Nyho and Iran prime minster Banisadr who had helped set up the interview and who served as translators. Oriana Fallaci, barefoot, enveloped in a chador, the head to toe veil of the Moslem woman, was seated on a carpet, when the Ayatollah entered, and the recorded interview should begin.
Description: Erik van Lieshout wonders how you can be gratis to be politically critical and uncompromising as an artist, in a Western arts tradition, if you obtain a major money prize from a multinational. In his situation by winning the Heineken Prize for Art. Do you agree the prize? And, if so, what do you do with the money? Indirectly he reflects on the historical position of the white male in both the arts and the capitalist system.
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