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Description: Russian Windows is a rumination on the web-based relationship of a Russian teacher stranded in Ghent, and her American student. Olivia Ebertz’ movie documents her encounters with her teacher Varya, which gain an increasingly endearing and intimate dimension as the filmmaker starts to internet-stalk her: exploring Varya’s images on Instagram, traversing her hometown on Google Road View, looking up reviews of stores in her neighborhood and musing about her personal life in broken Russian voiceover.
Description: Artificial intelligence and fresh technologies are reaching our mental and physical existence like never before in the history of human kind. The movie is a adventure that leads us to the globe of cyborgs, sex robots and Androids. It challenges us to face our values, ethics and rethink our position. The main hero of the movie is young researcher Dr. Michael Laakasuo whose work Moralities of Clever Machines has gained international recognition.
Description: Concerning three groups of kids from disparate upbringings, A Black Hole is a Black Hole in the Ground intimately depicts the strange, ephemeral realities that arise on evenings of play, when dimensions of zone and time, not totally cemented by adulthood, start to dissolve. Parking lots, hen houses, and brownstone apartments become the dwellings of many strange creatures; coyotes are rendered forest spirits, neighbors as martians, and night crawlers as flesh-eating meteorite worms. Employing sci-fi, documentary and ethnography techniques, a state of mind particular to early youth is sublimated - weight is lent to shadows as vast as space, ripe with discoveries both minuscule and immense.
Description: Family in Exile is an intimate documentary, set in Morocco, about the conflicts within the filmmaker's family. It is a daughter's quest to understand her father's refusal, over many years, to interact with her and her mother. Through a series of revealing conversations with family members, stories touching on gender tensions, religious beliefs, and parent/child relationships are evoked. It is a private visual letter of resistance by a daughter to a dictatorial father.
Description: It’s hot in a ramshackle attic, full-blown fanatics stir the atmosphere generated by the “exercises” of a weird tenant who manipulates objects. He twists cardboard, builds object castles, admires them, talks to them, breaks them, dresses and dances with them. The ceremonies are repeated and mutated, the environments change and the objects multiply creating a type of dissonant choreography built with remnants of amateur video. The plot gets more complicated when between those objects his memories appear and force him to war in a duel of dances with his past.
Description: Luke Perry: In His Own Words explores the career of the ultimate teen idol through his own reflections on a life of influence, legacy, tabloid romances and private tragedy. Plus, inspirational reflections from his closest mates and co-stars go beyond the legend of “Dylan McKay” to reveal a generous soul with charisma to burn.
Description: First transmitted in 1985, To the World's End follows the No. 31 London bus from Camden City to World's End, Chelsea, meeting characters who live and work along the route. The programme's soundtrack details the Carl Davis composition Variations on a Bus Route, which was commissioned to celebrate London Transport's 50th birthday in 1984.
Description: ”I haven’t been in love with any of the boys I have been with. I don’t know what love is.” A 66-year-old girl examines her life. We see her memories take shape through bizarre experiences at night clubs and during hotel nights spent with strangers. Those have not provided any comfort or security for her. Rag dolls by artist Pauliina Turakka Purhonen portray the girl at the ages of 3, 5, and 60.
Description: One inside, one outside. One thin line that creates “us” and “them”. The importance of the borders has again a large impact in Europe. Yesterday it was all about gratis movement. Today it´s about controled borders. And walls and fences have become normality. “Before our eyes” is a testimony that shows a case where Hungary, and indirectly Europe closes itself to the outside world. The movie portrays four places, four events, which was filmed over three days in early September 2015, when the worst refugee crisis we have seen since the Second Globe Fight started in earnest. “My Europe does not build walls!” told Stefan Löfven, the swedish prime minister, in a speech a several days later. Before our eyes shows how words and actions are no longer connected. Today, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, the UK, Hungary, Slovenia and Austria have built fences and walls to strengthen theirs and Europe’s external borders.
Description: “The European Dream: Serbia” is an investigative documentary by journalist Jaime Alekos about the tortures of Hungarian police to the refugees and migrants they catch trying to cross their border and the harsh living conditions in which they survive in Serbia awaiting an occasion to enter the EU.
Description: When the fight with IS in Iraq is nearly over, the displaced folks who fled from Mosul wish to return to their old homes and lives. Ala’, an eleven-year-old girl, is one of these refugees. She dreams of having a tiny garden at her family home, even though the town is in ruins.
Description: As teenagers, they decided to war for FARC. Actually that a peace agreement has been signed in Colombia, the kids of Caldono return to their bombed village. The question is how the villagers will welcome them: with forgiveness or retaliation? Activist Farid Julicué dedicates himself to achieving reconciliation between the villagers and the former rebels.
Description: Because of the terrible employment case in Finland, many families and single folks decided to transport to Sweden to seek employment in the 1960s and 70s. The transport was considered temporary and it affected people’s methods of making themselves at home in the fresh country; they did not even test to adapt or learn the language of the country. At that time, the nicks “Finnjävel” and “Hurri” were well-known to Swedish-Finnish youngsters: In Sweden, they were regarded as Finns; and the another method around. As neither nation’s citizens approved them as their own, the Sweden Finns had to make their own identity. But what type of lives do these immigrants’ kids and grandchildren live today? Jonas Karén was born in a Finnish family in Husby’s suburb 1980.
Description: A gáhpir is a women’s headdress and a gate to ancestors, and it also reminds its wearer of the importance of traditions. The gate opens up a method to the mountains, to the landscapes where the ancestors once stood, breathing in the same air and admiring their surroundings.
Description: Grant Hart (of Hüsker Dü) is a captivating, candid topics who holds the screen as he holds forth on everything from the mismanagement of seminal label SST, his relationship with William S. Burroughs, and his fresh double-album take on Milton’s “Paradise Lost.” Each Everything is an insight into a piece of American musical history, through the eyes and thoughts of a truly fascinating and intellectual individual, who is arguably one of the most influential musicians in the last thirty years. It’s Hart’s life, and it’s all here. Everything.
Description: A adventure through seven Latin American countries that wish to return a voice their continent.'Mi Norte es el Sur' reveals diverse sociopolitical visions from the authentic and critical look of its inhabitants, showcasing social cases that hide behind the veil of media paradigms.
Description: This is the tale of a voyage which began one morning with a Skype conversation between the musician Mikel Urdangarin and the artist Alain Urrutia. The painter will give Mikel one of his paintings as a gift, but on one condition: the musician will have to go and fetch it in London, by ferry, crossing the sea. Taking the adventure as an excuse, we will enter the daily life of an artist committed to living from his work until reaching the key hidden in the centre of each artist’s labyrinth, since all searches are in fact a voyage; the creation process in itself is a voyage.
Description: Documentary about Voeren, officially a Dutch speaking municipality with language facilities for the French-speaking community and hence a politically highly charged region.
Description: This documentary details interviews which receive into some of the philosophical as well as the technical problems confronting the filmmakers behind Alex Garland's 2014 science fiction movie 'Ex Machina'.
Description: This necessary tribute to one of Africa's most visionary directors, movie lovers, filmmakers and journalists takes us on a adventure through the life and work of the late Senegalese director Ousmane Sembene, who died in 2007. Set partly on Yoff's Beach, a fishing village where Sembene lived, this potent documentary contains excerpts from his movies and written texts, plus clips of his teaching the Art of Cinema in Cannes in 2005 and interviews featuring mates and admirers like Danny Glover, Charles Burnett and Haile Gerima.
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