This is a haunting and sometimes upsetting film – with little dialogue but great authenticity and power.
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This documentary raises the bar in not only looking good, but in putting it all in context.
Martel shows the mentality of people complicit in Argentina’s repression and ‘disappearances’.
The emotion is raw and the message simple: the ‘war on cancer’ is a hoax.
A film about how far we know and trust others, and how other people make us who we are, partly through the stories we hear.
Based on the novel Push by Sapphire, directed by Lee Daniels
In a small village in Germany, just before the First World War, a doctor is severely injured when a hidden tripwire pulls down his horse.
Tulpan is the daughter of the only nearby family and Asa thinks he’s in love with her. Sadly for him, she doesn’t fancy Asa, whose ears, she says, are too big.
Different in every way: Ramin Bahrani’s brilliant Goodbye Solo.
An eye opening account of the truth behind the declining bee population
The reality of indigenous life in the Amazon. Directed and co-written by Marco Bechis