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Michael Gordon: Industry
In her fiery performance of composer Michael Gordon's "tour-de-force of slowly rising intensity" [The Daily Telegraph], violinist Monica Germino revels in pushing the signal-processed limits of her instrument in collaboration with sound designer Frank van der Weij. Filmed and edited by video artist Marcel Wierckx, Industry captures a bold, futuristic and ultimately high-voltage vision of one of the most compelling works in new classical music. At the composer’s request, Germino and van der Weij sought to create the definitive violin version of Gordon's work — a challenge that ultimately resulted in adapting the instrument solely for this piece of music. Germino perform...
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Gol de Cuba
The tiny village Zulueta, the Cradle of Football (soccer) in Cuba. Cuba might be a baseball-country but in Zulueta, the people have built their own stadium with the best football-field in the country. Furthermore they have two asphalted streets and a central park with a statue: a football. The small pueblo Zulueta, in the middle of nowhere, is home to the best football team in Cuban history and really every Zulueteño breathes and sweats football. Since the Spanish immigrants brought football to the area a century ago, the Zulueteños have kept the tradition very alive and the ballgame has become their way of life. In the summer of 2010 the entire village is under the spell...
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Landmine E.R.
The war ended in Cambodia in 1991, but for rural Cambodians the legacy of landmines has extended the violent history into their present-day lives. Satya Yorman lost a leg to a landmine. Through Satya, we experience the painful effects of a landmine injury and coming to terms with a crippling disability. His story illustrates the life-changing consequences of Cambodia's six million unexploded landmines. Will Satya ever be able to walk again?
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Antoine
A sensitive portrait of the real and imaginary life of Antoine, a five year old blind boy detective who runs, drives, makes decisions, hosts radio shows and adores simultaneous telephone conversations.
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Becoming Bulletproof
Can a team of disabled people produce a slick feature film? Apparently so. Once a year actors from across America meet at Zeno Mountain Farm to produce and star in their own film. The project aims to transcend stigma and stereotype, to empower those with disabilities to be creative on an equal platform to those without. This crafted documentary profiles their most ambitious project to date: a sprawling western epic.
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Freedom or Death
The most detailed and shocking film on the events culminating in the Maidan Square battles. Ukrainian-born filmmaker Damien Kolody travelled to his homeland to document the violent insurrection from the streets, chronicling the extreme chaos engulfing Ukraine in a remarkable and intense narrative. With exhaustive research and a powerful unseen archive, this doc will go down in history as the definitive narrative of the Maidan revolution.
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Paying Your Dues
Shadows fall across the narrow streets of Palermo, cloaking the dark hand of the Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian Mafia. The Mafia still extort protection money, known as pizzo, from 80% of Sicilian businesses. Failure to pay pizzo means arson or physical attack. We throw open the shutters on this hidden world, where to confront the Mafia can spell death. An explosive mix of police footage, frank testimony and chilling reconstruction.
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My Jihad
As violence continues to spread throughout the Middle East, a growing number of young Muslims from all over Europe are leaving their home towns to fight for ISIS. In the last year alone over 400 young Belgians have traveled to Syria. This film visits the region of Vilvoorde to investigate why so many young Belgians are becoming radicalized, and how leaders of the Muslim community are attempting to combat it.
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Purgatorio
A mosaic of vignettes about the everyday struggles of those who work and live in the borderlands separating Mexico and America. Purgatorio is a surreal journey through this stark, other-worldly no-man’s-land. Women dressed as angels walk the streets, urging people to seek God, while many look for salvation elsewhere: drugs, crime or across the border in the fabled land of hope. Border politics meets the poetic in this provocative portrayal of the brutal beauty that is the US-Mexico border.
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Days of Hope
We rarely see immigrants on the move as humans. Do they have lives separate from the process of immigration? But in fact in a globalised, connected world immigrants are as we are. As the narrative unfolds we learn that each of the 3 characters has motivations very similar to those that drive us.
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Kitturiaq
A quirky pair of adventurers, Frank and Todd, take a 620 km canoe journey through the remote, beautiful, and harsh landscape of Northern Canada. Sometimes carrying the canoe and sometimes riding it, with good humor and a dash of performance art, they endure a myriad of whitewater rapids, mountain portages and overwhelming clouds of mosquitoes to carve out a new route over the vast tundra of the Labrador Plateau. An unusual and special film.
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No Place to Hide
Rehtaeh Parsons, a fifteen-year-old student from Nova Scotia, was raped by four schoolboys while drunk at a sleepover. Soon after the vicious online circulation of a photo of Rehtaeh being raped whilst being sick out of a window began. Through the eyes of her parents, this film re-examines these alarming events, which ultimately led to Rehtaeh's suicide. A shocking testament to police indifference, the stigma of sexual assault and the effects of cyber bullying.
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Portrait of a Soldier
August 1st, 1944. On the brink of adulthood, Wanda's world is fractured by warfare. After years of occupation, a chance to fight back. Her first thought: I need a gun. From the perspective of a young 17-year-old girl, Portrait of a Soldier details her experience of the largest military resistance battle of World War II, The Warsaw Uprising, vividly revealing one girl's part in Warsaw's ferocious fight for freedom.
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Beggars' Oasis
The Roma can be found in towns and cities across Europe, but how do local populations feel about their presence? This film follows the bid in Lausanne for a ban on begging that will effectively force the Roma out of the Swiss town. In doing so, it shines a spotlight on a people shunned by respectable society. In an increasingly hostile Europe, their way of life has few safe havens, leaving the Roma with a serious dilemma - where to next?
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Between the Devil and the Deep
A dead fisherman, a desperate poacher and a broken romance are all bound by a single theme: the curse of the abalone. It’s an endangered marine snail, prized as an aphrodisiac in China. Its illegal harvesting is destroying the fishing communities of South Africa. A gripping and nuanced doc following three families torn between tradition and the promise of new-found wealth, and caught in a battle with a corrupt and brutal police force.
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