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Description: In 'Gert's Secret' a 102-year-old superstar is born: Gert Stevenson is a satisfied survivor in one of society's unhappiest institutions: a nursing home. While another residents struggle to survive, Gert -- one of the most delicious characters to light up any screen -- has learned the art of living well. What is her secret?
Description: I remember very vividly the last Ukrainian elections in Donetsk in the spring of 2014. After the Russian occupation of the Crimea and the separatist protests, I wanted to go to the volunteer battalion "Donbass", but there were no more territories in it. And I decided to work in the election commission for the early presidential elections in Ukraine and shoot everything on camera.
Description: Lucha VaVoom: Inside America’s Most Outrageous Present takes you onstage, backstage, and into the minds of the wrestlers, dancers, and producers who deliever a present that is not only entertaining, but has the power to change people’s perspectives.
Description: Portrait of the Sunshine Hotel, a flop house on the Bowery in Fresh York's skid row. We meet Vic, the desk clerk, who paints watercolours and pastels; Jonesy, a janitor who talks about bedbugs; Bruce, a voluble alcoholic who makes runs for residents, picking up beer or sandwiches for them and sharing his philosophy with us; Vinnie, on methadone, caring for caged birds; Cashmere, a prostitute, the only girl at the hotel; Earl, who works downstairs in the Bowery's last factory, and Mike, the general manager, who talks about the changing face of the Bowery. The movie concludes with tourists outside the Sunshine, hearing from Seth Kamil of Large Onion Walking Tours.
Description: Four mates in their late years share memories about their families, their lives, their loves and life in general. Through their conversation we learn about the illnesses they have overcome, their family histories, their kids and their husbands. Despite growing older they refuse to “be old.” They look at their lives with joy and to the future with excitement. Life may change for them, but they still have every other.
Description: Documentary short about a strange phenomenon where a smartphone booth that was in the middle of the Mojave Desert began to attract folks around the globe to call the number and also to travel to the desert to respond the phone.
Description: Coming 50 years after the release of Zone Oddity, the 90-minute movie explores the Bowie before Ziggy Stardust, following the period from 1966 when he changed his name from David Jones to Bowie. It contains footage from the BBC Archives including footage of a BBC audition in 1965 of David Bowie and the Lower Third, which included a performance of Chim-Chim-Cheree and Baby That’s A Promise.
Description: Liz Bonnin is setting out on a global point to reveal the full scale of the world’s plastic trouble – and discover methods in which this looming environmental disaster might be averted. As she chases plastic around the world, Liz is going to present us that this is a crisis far greater than we’d ever imagined…
Description: 1960. The USSR begins humanitarian aid tools based on Marxist ideology in few newly independent African countries. For more than 35 years the Soviets expand their influence in Africa. Soviet filmmakers are sent along to document the glorious advance of socialism on the whole continent. After the fall of the Soviet empire Russia lost political interest in Africa, but thousands of kilometers of footage shot on African soil remain. With the support of filmmakers from back then, OUR AFRICA will recreate the time of the “Great Utopia” and expose the mechanisms behind the creation of propaganda films.
Description: Fear and Loathing in Saratov. Russian elections through the eyes of direct participants in the process. The storyline of what measures are being taken in a quite ordinary Volga region in order to “elect” the governor. Juggling documents, deception, wars and hostage-taking - this is not a finished list of what observers had to face in the elections in Saratov in 2017. The movie restores the history of the voting day, recorded in the general Telegram chat.
Description: Jura is 23 years old - and Lena is 23. They live in Budennovsk, enjoy pc games, walk and learn. They live in a town where Shamil Basayev entered 23 years ago with militants, and know almost nothing about the happenings of that time.
Description: 11 days, 10 cities, 5300 km - the creator of the movie traveled so much from Moscow to Baikal, without spending any cash on lodging or on food. The purpose of the experiment is to use the community for responsiveness. The movie is a journey, changing the mind about compatriots and a look at their everyday lives.
Description: An eye-opening documentary, The Creepy Line reveals the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Fb and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle - hence strong - manner in which they do it.
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.
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