In the aftermath of the February shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead, filmmakers Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman traveled to Parkland and began filming with students who endured gunfire and the parents who lost their children in the crosshairs. "After Parkland" is an intimate chronicle of families as they navigate their way through the unthinkable; reckoning with unexpected loss, journeying through grief, and searching for new meaning.
The last interview of the Master Bertolucci who recalls his work with precision, delicacy and philosophy. A movie lesson.
One year after their star-studded, fairy-tale wedding, Meghan and Harry get ready to welcome the latest addition to the royal family.
Murder In The Front Row: The San Francisco Bay Area Thrash Metal Story. In the early 1980’s, a small group of dedicated Bay Area headbangers shunned the hard rock of MTV and Hollywood hairspray bands in favor of a more dangerous brand of metal that became known as thrash! From the tape trading network to the clubs to the record stores and fanzines, director Adam Dubin reveals how the scene nurtured the music and the music spawned a movement. Murder In The Front Row is told through powerful first person testimony and stunning animation and photography. The film is a social study of a group of young people defying the odds and building something essential for themselves. Featuring interviews with Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax, Exodus, Testament, Death Angel, Possessed and many more! Narrated by Brian Posehn.
This is a candid and emotional project of Russian-Israeli writer and screenwriter Dina Rubina. Together with director and her close friend Stanislav Mitin she goes back to her childhood and youth spent in Tashkent, contemplates her creative early days in Moscow, and shares how she feels about immigration to Jerusalem. The film is full of excerpts from the writer’s famous works, episodes from films based on her writing, and sketches from her current life. It is dedicated to the anniversary of Dina Rubina - one of the most widely read contemporary authors and recipient of many international awards, whose books are translated into 38 languages.
The protests of 1968 had a significant impact on the great cities of the world. But people like to forget that the periphery went through the same social upheavals – Central Switzerland, for example. This is hardly surprising: in the founding cantons of the Old Swiss Confederacy, society followed a strict order; tradition, shaped by centuries of Catholic rule, seemed untouchable. But in the 1960s, the local youth could not take these stifling conditions anymore: starting in 1969, resistance broke out across Central Switzerland.
Award-winning journalist and women’s advocate Gretchen Carlson travels the country uncovering untold stories of sexual harassment and abuse. Gretchen illuminates stories of sexual harassment as told by the ‘every woman’, from her exclusive look into the alleged abuse within a fast food giant to the work environment at a county fire department.
This nonfiction film is devoted to two great Russian artists. Instead of focusing on the history of the mundane, everyday friendship between Chekhov and Levitan, the film emphasizes the affinity of their creative efforts and the interplay of their similar, yet so different, personalities. What the authors of the film offer to their viewer is no idyll: it is the world full of nuance and contradiction that reveals itself against the backdrop of the era, at the same time uncovering the most subtle peculiarities of the two great creators. The cross-pollination of two creative methods and the interconnection of the two geniuses represent the leading motif of the film.
Spotlights artists Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill their unique take on many of the historic events of the second half of the 20th century.
Documental que narra la correr de Alex Honnold al progresar sin nadie don nadie de ayuda la enseñanza rocosa erecto "El Capitán", ubicada adentro del Parque Nacional Yosemite (Mariposa County, Estados Unidos), de unos 900 metros de valor. Fue el primer escalador en lograrlo.
The Bellingcat Method explores the promise of open source investigation. For the first time and exclusively, we are allowed in Bellingcat's worldwide online society. By following the members in their quest for truth, the filmmaker examines the fundamentals of journalistic integrity, which have been heavily scrutinized in our modern times of fake news and alternative facts.
Kabir, a young guy from Montenegro, lives in Moscow for a fifth year with a Russian girl Nastya. She is the daughter of the owner of a modern art gallery on Arbat Street. Working together on exhibition installation, meeting guests, communication with customers has become the only thing that now connects a couple in crisis. Nastya has abandoned her ambition to become an artist to develop the gallery and dreams only of a vacation on the beach. Kabir no longer sees the passion in the eyes of his girlfriend, who struggles from being financially dependent on her father. Once Kabir disappears, he returns home to the Bay of Kotor. Working at a construction site with his brother and father, he gradually forgets the Russian language, and Moscow with its artistic circle seem more and more like a dream.
A kaleidoscopic collection of portraits of cat owners in the Netherlands
George Gittoes’ latest film focuses on South Side Chicago, with worse gun violence statistics than any active war zone of the last two decades.
In this documentary, which features unreleased demo tapes and very personal interviews, the band looks back at its beginnings, at major achievements, and at hard times.
Dipped in memories in the form of images and texts, I try to find you.
A retrospective of designer Frank Stephenson's work and life.
The life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. The film follows six pups on their adventures: Halo, a puppy training to join an elite American disaster response team; Henry; an avalanche rescue dog in the Canadian Rockies; Reef, a Newfoundland lifeguard in the Italian Coast Guard; Ricochet, a surf and therapy boi in California; and the dynamic duo Tipper and Tony, who work to save endangered species in Africa.
An authorized feature documentary about Catherine E. Coulson, best known as the Log Lady in David Lynch & Mark Frost's "Twin Peaks".
Película dirigida por Al Pacino basada en la vademécum de Shakespeare, “Ricardo III”. ‘Looking for Richard’ es una infundio sencilla cuya trampa no pasa desapercibida. Una chapuzón sobre la cerebro de Shakespeare y su significado. Un viaje a Inglaterra permite saber el ocasión de brote de Shakespeare y algunos rasgos significativos sobre la trascendencia del literato.
From massive waves to melting ice, filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky travels around the world to capture stunning images of the beauty and raw power of water.