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The Booker

Steve Scarborough doesn't like what's happened to professional wrestling so he's set about changing it, one match at a time.

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Wadim

A family is uprooted from their happy lives in Latvia after the country gains its independence. Harsh German immigration policies prevent them from successfully claiming political refugee status with devastating results.

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I just love to Paddle

I just love to paddle is the story of Nappy Napoleon, a man who lives, loves and perpetuates and ancient tradition in the contemporary world.

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A fighting chance

A Fighting Chance

At age 42, former Bosnian boxing champion Nermin Sabanovic is making a comeback and dreaming of fighting for a world title, despite the concerns of his wide and two daughters.

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“Secrecy is something like forbidden fruit…you can’t have it, it’s classified–and that makes you want it more,”

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Raising questions of how much family genetics determine who we are and if it is possible to outsmart one’s own DNA, this landmark film uses visual metaphors, surreal images and a twisted sense of humour; it is an animated odyssey of art, women, strange daring stories, Latvian accents, history, nature and adventure.

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Latest Filmmakers

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Serene Meshel-Dillman

The documentary “Getting to the Nutcracker” was inspired by a book published in 1976 by Jill Krementz titled “A Very Young Dancer”. The book followed students at The School of American Ballet (SAB) from auditions through to performance of The Nutcracker Ballet with New York City Ballet. Serene was a student at SAB at this time....

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Mark Andersson

As a Director / Cinematographer with a strong background in observational documentary, Mark’s films have screened on SBS, ABC, NITV, Australia Network, Al Jazeera and at numerous national and international festivals...

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Annie Goldson

New Zealand director Dr. Annie Goldson has been making award-winning films for over 20 years...

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Hector Herrera

Hector Herrera (1972 Panama City) came to Spain at 19 and approached the world of image through photography. He quickly moved to be part of camera crews in more than 20 features films. His first feature documentary “One Dollar, the price of life” has received various International awards...

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REVIEW: Rocks in My Pockets

Latvian-born, US-based filmmaker Signe Baumane draws upon a rich history of European animation to propel Rocks in My Pockets, her charming, incisive and very contemporary study of generational depression and suicidal tendencies.

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REVIEW: AN ISLAND CALLING

New Zealand director and producer Annie Goldson has built her career on telling deeply emotional stories, often involving family members going back to where a loved one has died and making sense of their story...

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REVIEW: A FIGHTING CHANCE

The real guts of this film is the tense–and loving–relationship between this ageing boxer, his needs for closure and acceptance, and his family and life now...

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REVIEW: THE BURNING SEASON

The Burning Season, an ‘eco-thriller,’ examines whether a massive carbon trading deal can protect the forests of Indonesia, save the orangutans from extinction and help redefine the Earth’s future...

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Desert Riders

REVIEW: DESERT RIDERS

Desert Riders is an in-depth expose on the modern sport of camel racing, looking at the suffering of trafficked child jockeys and the hypocrisy of the government and cultural institutions that promote the sport...

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