‘The Man Who Stole My Mother’s Face’ is a sobering tale of survival, strength, healing and redemption from Australian filmmaker Cathy Henkel. It’s her amazing story about hope and love, and ultimately, the search for justice.
AFTERMATH is a reminder that we will continue to pay for the last century’s legacy of war for years to come, and that future generations will pay for contemporary events which are occurring even now.
Ms. Hongyu uses oral history to tell a simple but profound story about 85 year old Yang Bailiang’s life. The documentary is a kind of visual poetry with a strong filmic sense that gives the viewer a taste of ancient history.
Over a period of 30 years, Bill Douglas discovered and collected pre-cinema optical devices–the story of these remarkable visual contraptions form the secret history of film.
America’s Dark Secrets takes a look at some of the most infamous extremists, radical & cult groups in American history.
An unforgettable journey deep into the heart of remote Aboriginal Australia. Hailed by critics as Australia’s “Inconvenient Truth”, it is a cry for justice and survival by the oldest living culture in the world.
“A Better Life” examines the effects of American immigration policy by documenting the experiences of three Mexican immigrants in the Chicagoland area.
Join filmmaker Steve Baile on an in depth tour of Lake Argyle and the Ord River Scheme and along the way uncovering the regions rich pioneering history and showcasing the spectacular rugged East Kimberley.
“When Bubbles Burst” provides a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the global economy, examining the mechanics behind bubbles and crashes and suggesting trends for the future.
For 13 days in 1962, the world was on the brink of nuclear war, and Murge, Italy was the unknown catalyst.