This is a rallying cry that shows the way in which people in many parts of the world are resisting seed privatization through actions big and small.
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This is the first Iraqi film about the American-led invasion. Written and directed by Mohamed Al-Daradji.
The late 1970s. A kitsch television show is looking for a Tony Manero impersonator. Tony who? Horribly, wonderfully real, and incredibly repulsive.
Respectful, real and engrossing: Modern Life in rural France.
An unshowy, very human story, of a man who makes unexpected connections and rediscovers his own life
A groundbreaking new film about climate change starring Pete Postlethwaite.
We get to see a lot of Che’s iconic look in over four hours of film, but sadly, though long on detail, it’s short on insight.
A stirring film, from the first graphic action scenes, showing police attacking demonstrators, and it never flags, never seems staged.
Lorna, an Albanian working in a Belgian laundry, needs money to open a snack bar. The first step is citizenship, so she marries a very sick heroin addict who no-one expects to live very long.
Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman’s latest is an animated docudrama in which the director and his friends play key roles deciphering a dream that is connected to Israel’s war with Lebanon.