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Description: 23 years after Ruben Östlund's parents divorce, both his mom and dad are single again. With a child's hope of an whole family, he tries to reconcile them in front of a fresh outward eye, the camera.
Description: This Driver's eye view starts with a brief look at the special street-running Weymouth quay "tramway" from a class 73 Electro-Diesel Locomotive. It is unlikely that this line will ever see a train again so it is also included on the DVD as a menu driven bonus. Our main line train is a class 442 Wessex electric still in Network SouthEast colours. We head out of Weymouth and climb up towards Dorchester South, the 5 coach train taking all the power accessible from the third rail. Turning east the train calls at the intermediate stations as far as Poole and Bournemouth, with their classic causeway approaches. Speeding up, we call at Brockenhurst (for connection with the Lymington branch) and pass through the delicious stretch of unspoilt Fresh Forest to Southampton. We then run non-stop at up to 100 mph along the former LSWR quadruple track main line via Basingstoke, Woking and Clapham Junction into Waterloo. Filmed in 1994
Description: With exclusive access to research conducted by University College London and the Terracotta Units Museum, this documentary uncovers fresh secrets of China's fabled warriors. The discovery of China's popular Terracotta Units in 1974 captured the imagination of the world. But that first dig only revealed a fraction of this enormous and extraordinary treasure. Since then, scientists have resumed work on the site, and their research has turned up a series of fresh discoveries about the fighters and the folks who made them over two millennia ago.
Description: The movie documents the key political problems in newest years in South Africa that have marked the demise of the African National Congress (ANC). These contain the Marikana massacre in August 2012, whereby 34 striking miners were gunned down by the ANC government's police force. Rehad Desai documented this historic happening in his 2013 movie MINERS SHOT DOWN. He refers to the incident once again in his recent movie and shows how the ANC is undermining its close connections to the trade unions it set up as a freedom movement under Nelson Mandela, and how students have also turned on the party to protest vs tuition fees under the motto #FeesMustFall. The film's compelling footage unmasks the cynical despotism of corrupt president Jacob Zuma, who is chiefly responsible for the ANC's demise and its catastrophic losses at the most newest elections. It also introduces opposition movements that are challenging his now-untenable position.
Description: The Theology Documentary of a Lifetime Featuring influential teachers R.C. Sproul, Paul Washer, Shai Linne, Kevin Deyoung, James White and many more. When a generation finds the theology and practice of the modern church wanting, they turn to the internet for answers. an investigation into the roots of the reformation reveals a theology that challenges everything they thought they knew about Christianity. With a new view of God, where do they go from here?
Description: “At the end of October 2015, I went to South Africa for the first time to be reunited with my girlfriend (now fiancée). I stayed there for three months. It was a very turbulent time: having to adjust to depending on vehicles to receive around (without having a driver’s license), my girlfriend being rushed to the hospital with blood clots stuck in her lungs (and almost dying), and trying to hold my freelance jobs back at home running while being far away. We found solace and tranquility in the sunsets when the heat would die down and we'd gather with mates to eat and drink." -Bram Ruiter
Description: This documentary questions the consequences of the German colonial fight at the beginning of the 20th Century in South West Africa, and explores how the relationships between the descendants of colonists and colonial rulers and the descendants of the colonised and exploited folks are shaped today.
Description: Maria Bethânia takes her poetic narrative to Mozambique for the first time. The interpreter presents excerpts of works connected by various forms of expression in the Portuguese language. With testimonies from Mia Couto, José Agualusa and few Mozambican and Angolan writers and literary critics, the documentary shows the development of literature in these countries, delving on its importance during the anti-colonial resistance, the connection with native languages, the oral traditions and the influence of Brazilian writers.
Description: Six boys with an ideal: to test a camera as an instrument to denounce and expose the evils of Brazilian prisons. Life inside makes the imagination of these ex-convicts take flight beyond the bars, using art as a potential instrument for social reconstruction. A docu-drama which addresses racism, prison, torture and the violation of civil rights while also crying for liberty, justice and the right to dream.
Description: The series Geografia da Arte analyzes the relation between artists and the territories that inspire them. Two episodes will be screened. In "Ragnar Kjartansson + Iceland", one of the most necessary artists of contemporary art prepares a retrospective at the Reykjavík Museum of Art, exploring his connection with the country's culture. In "Henri Cartier-Bresson + India" we explore how the photographer met Mahatma Gandhi in 1948. His camera recorded the leader’s last appearance on night before his assassination. The photographs helped catapult Cartier-Bresson to international fame as a photojournalist.
Description: Africa's development is being held back by terrible infrastructure and undersized power plants. Countries like Uganda can only produce only 1/4 of the energy needed, leading to everyday power cuts with disastrous economic impacts. It's a golden occasion for nuclear giants who lobby aggressively for more power plants in Africa. But how secure are these fresh reactors? And what do they mean for the locals?
Description: Documentary about the epidemic of fires in favelas in the town of Sao Paulo and its relationship with true estate speculation. Contains testimonies of former mayor Fernando Haddad, journalist Leonardo Sakamoto, and urban planners such as Nabil Bonduki, Ermínia Maricato and Ana Paula Bruno. In addition to these, there are also compelling testimonies from victims of the fires, as well as from another authorities, such as town councillors who composed the controversial Parliamentary Inquiry Commission investigating the fires in 2012 and the Civil Defence.
Description: After Nice Tapes From Africa's Brian Shimkovitz found the energetic, ecstatic melody of Ghanaian musician Ata Kak, the tunes became beloved around the world. It was all unbeknownst to the artist himself -- his melody was even unknown to those living in his hometown in Ghana. Years of tireless searching ensued, and eventually the Los Angeles-based label owner found a lead. Ata Kak - Time Bomb follows the find that Shimkovitz undertook as well as the visit to Ghana that took zone once he found him. It is a celebration of nice tunes and how, when it hits the right audience at the right time, melody can touch folks in a method that you never imagined.
Description: A love affair with collectivist ideologies has lead to ever bigger government and the welfare-warfare state. Lead by a Marxist splinter group named the "Frankfurt School" -- "the long march through the institutions" has infiltrated each corner of Western culture to corrupt traditional Christian values with "political correctness," other name for "cultural Marxism." The ultimate target of cultural Marxism is to first destroy American free-enterprise capitalism by undermining its economic engine, the Middle Class and this will lead -- they hope -- to the destruction of the primary building block of society: the Family Unit.
Description: Did you know that during conversation, 60 to 90 percent of all communication is done through body language? Former counterintelligence operative Van Ritch understands this from professional experience, and in this revealing video production from Paladin Press, he will present you how to better understand what folks are telling to you with their behavior to receive to this unspoken truth.
Description: A tiny portrait of the volatility of intimacy and of breaking gratis from abusive cycles: made in response to a year of collapsing relationships and violent accidents that left me broken, dislocated and stuck in my apartment.
Description: The last girl on Earth: Filmed inside Biosphere 2 in Arizona, Urth forms a cinematic meditation on ambitious experiments, constructed environments and visions of the future. The movie considers what an endeavor such as Biosphere 2 might mean today and in the near future, in terms of humankind’s relationship with the natural world.
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