Category Documentary

The Great Green Wall

THE GREAT GREEN WALL is The ambitious project to grow an 8,000 km wall of trees stretching from Senegal to Ethiopia. This belt must fight against the progressive desertification of the region due to climate change but also to avoid growing conflicts and massive migrations...

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Honeyland

Hatidze is one of the last people to harvest honey the traditional way, in the desert mountains of Macedonia. Without any protection and with passion, she communicates with bees. She only takes the honey necessary to earn a modest living...

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Cunningham

Cunningham traces the artistic development of American choreographer Merce Cunningham, from his early years as a dancer in post-war New York, to his emergence as a visionary creator...

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Pahokee

In Pahokee, a small rural town in South Florida, high school is unlike any other. With his invincible American football team, his competitions and his extravagant end-of-the-year ball, he rallies the whole community...

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Pavarotti

Ron Howard recounts, in his Dolby Atmos, the incredible life and career of Luciano Pavarotti, the “Tenor of the People”, relying on rare and unpublished archives as well as numerous testimonies. Outstanding artist, overwhelming and out-of-class, Luciano Pavarotti has also been a personality of exceptional generosity, fighting as much to discover the Opera to the world, as to support causes dear to his heart...

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Warrior Women

From the occupation of Alcatraz Prison in 1969 to the Standing Rock Pipeline in 2016, Warrior Women tells the story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one of the founders of the American Indian Movement. 50 years of indigenous and land rights fights led by powerful, courageous and rebellious women. Warrior Women explores the unique combination of political activism and being a mother, and shows how militant heritage is transmitted and transformed from generation to generation in an aggressive context, where the colonial government violently represses Aboriginal resistance...

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For Sama

Waad al-Kateab is a young Syrian woman who lives in Aleppo when the war broke out in 2011. Under the bombings, life goes on. Waad falls in love, marries Hamza and gives birth to her daughter, Sama. She films the daily losses, hopes and solidarity of the people of Aleppo. Her doctor husband saves hundreds of lives in a makeshift hospital...

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Bring the Soul : The Movie

After their tour “Love Yourself”, the BTS group returns to the big screen with BRING THE SOUL: THE MOVIE...

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Untouchable

Dive into the heart of the most explosive saga in the history of cinema: THE UNKNOWN tells the story of the rise and fall of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. How he acquired and preserved his all-powerful power over the decades, even when the scandal threatened...

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Diego Maradona

On July 5, 1984, Diego Maradona arrives in Naples for an amount that sets a new world record. For seven years, he ignites the stadiums. The most legendary footballer in the world has found its bearings in the most exciting – but also the most dangerous – city in Europe. On the field, Diego Maradona was a genius. Outside the field, he was considered a god. This charismatic Argentinean loved to fight against adversity and he led SCC Napoli to the top of the table for the first time in his history. It was a waking dream! But the price to pay was high. Diego could do anything he wanted as long as he performed miracles on the ground...

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