The new digital restoration of this rare documentary about David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s has not been seen for 40 years.
A young girl fights for a sense of belonging.
Once a treasure only for initiates, now available for everyone - the European underground heritage.
A documentary about the challenges and triumphs of female big wave surfers fighting sexism in the water, in competition, in the media and in the surf industr
Between 1793 and 1867 the British Government banished its radicals, dissenters and rebels to harsh prison colonies at the very edge of the known world, Austr
A historical saga about the precolonial Nigerian kingdom 'Oyo'.
At the time of Caesars Gaullic Campaign a Vocontii boy is taken by Warriors. He considers his fate and that of all Gaul.
This is the story of a man who changed the world forever and paid for it with all that he had.
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This times it is not about Freedom of Speech but Freedom of Thought.
The surprising, never before told story of the greatest rescue mission of World War II-when the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) set out to recover more th
The documentary, The Last Sunday of August, is based on unedited documents, archives, eyewitnesses and local resident testimonies.
Songs and memories can be loving and painful companions. In advanced age the childhoodbecomes matter of interest and awareness again.
A woman, haunted by the past, recalls her coming of age in 20th Century British India, and her childhood friendship with an Indian servant boy.
At the end of the Minoan Civilization, some of the best Aegean sailors were sent to find the Gate of the Sun, on the other side of the wild ocean.
Film is a dedication to our mothers.
A dream sequence of a wonderful encounter of blacks and whites.
Consisting of mixed media and interviews conducted primarily over the phone, 'The Death of Melvin' is a story of war, family, Judaism, and the many ways in w
A painter and writer, a moralist, teacher and committed citizen marked by two world wars, persecution and exile, an indefatigable vagabond, the senses always
'Socrates of Kamchatka' is a tale about the 'breaking' of horses and people by caring Communist masters.
It is a dark historical comedy about the first tabloid star Grigori Rasputin, presenting a chapter in his life through puppets.
The film tells about young Chingiz Aitmatov's coming for a visit to the great storyteller Sayakbay Karalaev to understand the value and greatness of the epic
Tokyo 1943: Italian anthropologist Fosco Maraini and painter Topazia Alliata refused to sign allegiance to Mussolini’s government.
In 1922, a boy met a girl in a small town in China.
While the Trees Sleep explores the 1965 murder of civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo by an undercover FBI informant, as seen from his wife's point of view.
A Documentary about Australian Artist Hego’s journey to tell an undertold story of Australian history through a mural in the Indigenous heart of Sydney, of a
The World’s first hand animation film.
Akkammana Bhagya (Akkamma’s Fate) is all about the ill fated village women Akkamma’s struggle towards her family welfare and empowerment in pre independence
A valiant tribal girl named Quira, seeks vengeance after witnessing her colony getting slaughtered in front of her eyes by a rival tribe.
This is the story of how Venezuela, siting on the largest oil reserves of the world, has become the poorest country of the region, where human rights are pra
Jean, a man in his fifties, finds himself face to the ghost of a woman he does not know.
'WHY ?' is a collaboration between an artist, filmmaker and composer who each share a compelling interrogative response to our inherited history.
Taken, accused of witchcraft, and hanged, Mary Webster won’t go down without a fight.
The Apology follows the personal journeys of three former “comfort women” who were among the 200,000 girls and young women kidnapped and forced into military
As Carpathian legend has it, Oleksa Dovbush was a heroic outlaw with excellent fighting skills and a gift to predict the future.
Wilma, the story of a Black Canadian.
American Indian Movement leaders on Alcatraz Island, lead a pipe ceremony at the start of the February 11, 1978 Longest Walk - a spiritual walk across the Un
4 aspiring young dancers pursue their dreams to become professionals.
From Kennedy, Khrushchev, Castro and Che to Putin, Obama and Trump; the six decade global chess match over Cuba may finally be approaching an endgame.
Discover the stories of the survivors of the Holocaust, World War II , living in Brazil.
This film chronicles the lives of activists in the United States who opposed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan after 9/11.
On a random Thursday in 2005, Lina Fruzzetti received a startling email that read, “If this is your father, we are cousins.” Attached was a photo of her fath
Filmmaker and visual artist Tine Guns investigates contemporary protest culture by looking at different carnival rituals and their use of masks.
An aging peasant woman in 1870s Calabria fails to give birth to a child. She remains in solitude until her husband returns, demanding a son.
The poet, playwright and spy lives in two worlds at a time when politics was religion and vice-versa.
The Suprematist paintings of the Russian Futurist Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935) are poised to burst into motion.
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