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Almost unnoticed thousands of Maasais are violently evicted by Tanzanian police from their pastures and villages to make room for commercial hunting safaris. 'Welcome to Loliondo' reveals the untold story that evolves in one of the world’s finest safari locations, a story quite different from the postcard-perfect impressions of the numerous tourists who visit the areas every year. Behind the presumably harmonic surface of a rich and diverse wildlife, tourism and the indigenous Maasa... more

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The film portrays the everyday life of a first-of-its-kind school for children and reveals the structural potential for sensitive, strong and real education through the thoughts-in-action of its creator, the controversial and charismatic educator Therezita Pagani. The documentary takes us to a school where children are above any formulaic educational methods, and where nature, art, conflicts, magic, and popular culture all conduct the meeting of these children, who live daily among different ag... more

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130 million babies are born each year, and not one of them decides where they’ll be born or how they’ll live. In Cambodia, you’re likely to be born to a family living on less than $1/day. In Sierra Leone chances of surviving the first year are half those of the worldwide average. Brian Hill takes a worldwide trip to meet the newest generation – In the US Starr’s new baby could well be one more of 1.6 million homeless children now living in the streets.

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‘Grey side of the sky’ is a research-based documentary film on British Asian women (British women of South Asian descent) living in Buckinghamshire county of United Kingdom. Buckinghamshire is one of the wealthiest counties of United Kingdom but there is an isolated part of the community and always blamed for not integrating in the wider society. This film is an attempt to find out the historical reasons behind this. South Asian people have migrated to three main towns in Buckinghamshire sinc... more

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A group of Italian people living in Barcelona follow with increasing alarm the news of their country they see reported in the Spanish mass media: violent episodes of racism, corruption, job insecurity, deterioration of the public health system, Mafia power, arrogance, destruction of the land. Civil society in their country is changing and people accept it. The group in Barcelona must to do something to support the many expressions of resistance, ranging from land protection to defendin... more

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Northern is a “supermax” – a high-tech super maximum security prison and the only one in Connecticut. The prison is designed to incarcerate the so-called “worst of the worst” problem inmates. They spend 23 hours a day in their cells, frequently in solitary confinement, with one hour of recreation in a concrete enclosed outdoor pen. The Worst of the Worst follows the story of three lead characters whose lives have been shaped by Northern. We follow Misael, a former inmate, in the days afte... more

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Unjust follows three widows in their long and dangerous fight for justice after losing their husbands to state violence. Angkhana’s husband Somchai was a well-known lawyer who gave legal assistance to the poor and vulnerable in the south of Thailand. This made him a target for law enforcement officers who were used to acting with impunity. Suciwati’s husband Munir spent years fearlessly speaking out against Indonesia’s military’s blatant abuse of human rights in the troubled territor... more

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A shocking documentary about the struggle of the people of Jeju Island, S. Korea. Set in the context of the American presence in Korea after World War II, the film reveal...more
 
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In this beautifully told and stylish road movie, Kosovo-born Roma radio reporter Orhan Galjus travels through Germany, Poland and Kosovo along with filmmaker Bob Entrop. They tr...more
 
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A road is being built into Tibet to help relieve poverty in Nepal’s northern districts. The film journeys through the Tamang communities who will be most affected, to hear thei...more
 
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As a young boy, Amancio Corrales immigrated from Mexico to Yuma, Arizona with his parents in search of a better life. Gay and Hispanic, Amancio dreamed of one day becoming ...more
 
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On May 15th, 2011, everything changed, or maybe nothing. Tens of thousands of citizens took the streets in Spain for was going to be the beginning of the biggest social chang...more
 
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This film recounts the human and judiciary events linked to the death of Federico Aldrovandi, which happened in Ferrara at 6AM on 25 September 2005 during a police patrol. Thi...more
 
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