About: Before being employed by the Nazis in what remains the most deadly tool of “racial purification”, Eugenics was a very famous idea among scientists in the US and Europe. The science of “good birth”, which aims to make the excellent human being, sets out to achieve this by preventing reproduction of those perceived as weak, sick, disabled, or otherwise “degenerate”. As early as 1907, the US applied ...
About: "Rasist, Javisst?" is a Swedish documentary movie from 1993 about the conflict between young Swedish nationalists and immigrant teenagers growing up in the suburbs of Stockholm. The movie was shot during the entire of 1992 and culminated in the riots on the 30th of November 1993, after which date the authorities prohibited the nationalist demonstration in the centre of Stockhom.
About: Women's voices have rarely been heard on this necessary issue. What happens if a girl does not disclose her HIV-positive status to a sexual partner? How does criminalization impact HIV-positive girls in Canada, who are trying to live their lives in the shadow of stigma and fear? Does the law now protect women's health? How do girls feel about their experience with the criminal law with respect to ...
About: In their own words, eight girls — leading feminist scholars, attorneys and girls living with HIV — shine a light on the issues of using sexual assault law to prosecute alleged non-disclosure of HIV. Does the legal idea of consent, intended to protect women’s sexual autonomy, in fact increase their risk of violence and discrimination when used to criminalize HIV?
About: Cool Black North explores the special and vibrant Canadian Black Community and its role in our country’s contemporary identity. Through a series of intimate profiles, we are witness to a wide spectrum of life experiences, including the arts, entertainment, law, business, science and social activism. Though every person’s pathway to success is unique, they all share a common purpose and strength in...
About: Cat experts explain the behaviors of domestic cats and how their sometimes undesirable actions are really innate instincts, revealing how closely they are still connected to their wild ancestors.
About: On May 4, 1992 in Toronto, a march vs anti-Black police violence turned into a riot. The march was organized by the Black Action Defense Committee, a civil rights group and police and criminal justice system watchdog founded by members of Toronto’s Black community. While media and politicians named it a riot, others, including anti-racism activists, named it a “rebellion,” even an “uprising.” “It ...
About: Director Sylvia Hamilton reflects on her work with the NFBs Atlantic Studio and the birth of Fresh Initiatives in Movie - A Studio D initiative for girls of colour and aboriginal women.
About: German nature movie from 2011. Mention the "Elm Fight" in Sweden and most folks there think of when protesters and police fought in Kungsträdgården in 1972. But only for a several years previously, a stealthy opponent had reached Sweden, which today threatens the elms far more than any town planner.
About: British documentary from 2012. Each year, fires are causing more emissions than vehicles and airplanes. Yet terrible farmers continue to burn their land. But there is a better solution. British scientist Mike Hands travels to Honduras to present the farmers a fresh method of cultivation that benefits both the environment and their children.
About: The documentary follows the steps of eminent journalist Edmundo Cruz of the investigation that he and another journalists conducted into the murder of the university professor and 9 students, arrested in 1992 during a military raid at the teacher training college of Enrique Guzmán y Valle, better known as "La Cantuta". The professor and students were never seen alive again. The remains of only fiv...
About: Sir Kenneth Clark discusses Egypt and the Nile Valley. Shows him traveling there and pointing out the methods in which Egypt flourished as an early civilization. Presents the art and architecture of that early time.
About: This movie is part of the Splash and Burn activist art campaign within a fresh forest restoration website on the borders of the Leuser Ecosystem, and reveals a Rewind symbol carved into a palm oil plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia. The narrative runs in reverse, rewinding the clock on deforestation to undo the hurt caused by the unsustainable production of one of the world’s most versatile commodit...
About: Documentary giving brief history of the giallo and the background to the movie UNA LUCERTOLA CON LA PELLE DI DONNA - featuring interviews with different cast members and unique results technicians of the film.
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