Category Documentary

Take Your Pills

Every era gets the drug it deserves...

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Midnight Sun

Katie Price is a pretty young girl of 17 years, intelligent and gifted for singing and guitar. She suffers from a rare disease that prevents her from being affected by any UV. Determined not to be defeated by her illness, Katie takes advantage of the night to go out and play her music in a local train station...

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Earth- One Amazing Day

In this film we travel through an amazing world that reveals the power of the world. Within one day we watch the sun in the mountains and exotic jungles...

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I, Claude Monet

Phil Grabsky, award-winning filmmaker, takes a fresh look at one who is the most beloved artist in the world by using the words of the painter himself...

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Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour is interested in a part of the life of Winston Churchill, from May 1940, when he becomes Prime Minister in full World War II...

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Wrong Elements

Uganda 1989. A young mind-brained youth, Joseph Kony, forms a new rebel movement against the central government, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). An “army” that develops by teenage abduction – over 60,000 in 25 years. Geofrey, Nighty, Mike and Lapisa are among these children, abducted at the age of 12 or 13. Today they are trying to rebuild themselves, to return to a normal life, and return to the places that marked their stolen childhood. At the same time victims and executioners, witnesses and actors of exactions that surpass them, they are always the Wrong Elements that the society has difficulty to accept. Meanwhile, the Ugandan army is still tracking the last LRA rebels in the vast Central African forest...

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David Lynch The Art Life

The documentary film David Lynch: The Art Life is an unpublished portrait of one of the most enigmatic filmmakers of his generation. From his idyllic childhood in a small American town to the dark streets of Philadelphia, David Lynch takes us on an intimate journey punctuated by the hypnotic narrative he makes of his younger years...

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Gimme Danger

Appearing for the first time in Ann Arbor, Michigan, during a counter-cultural revolution, the powerful and aggressive rock’n’roll style of the Stooges made the effect of a bomb in the musical landscape of the end Of the 60s. Blasting the audience with a mix of rock, blues, R & B and free jazz, the band in which Iggy Pop begins laid the foundation for what would later be called punk and alternative rock...

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Power To Change – Die EnergieRebellion

POWER TO CHANGE – The Energy Rebellion presents a vision for the future: a democratic, sustainable and affordable energy supply system from 100% renewable sources...

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Beyond Flamenco

Manuel de Falla, Carlos Núñez or Sara Baras: as many musicians and dancers who continue to live the Jota, this major art of Spanish culture, one of the sources of flamenco...

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