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Horror in the Andes is a behind-the-scenes documentary that follows the process of making a horror movie in Ayacucho, Peru. Directed by audio-visual anthropologist Martha-Cecilia Dietrich, it explores how Andean filmmakers use the horror genre as a means to revive stories of a pre-colonial past. Appropriating a global cinematic language to tell local (hi)stories, Horror in the Andes pays testament to the craft of filmmaking and its community.


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Zwiedzamy Gdynie

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Khronika Neobyavlennoy Voyny

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La Source De La Loire

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Afganets
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About the fate of the Afghan warrior Ivan Koval, who experienced all the horrors of captivity.


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Days of seriously wounded in the hospital in early May 1945.


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Le jardin botanique d'Anna Zemánková
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Garrel – El Tarzan dʼArgelauer
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A few miles from Els Gorgs lies the village of Argelaguer, where Josep Pujiula by himself is building (and re-building) his dream.


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David No Hoshi

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Guy is a Japanese street-brawler in New York who chooses to train under the famed boxer, Roman, with the hopes that he can raise enough money as a heavyweight to fund a life-saving operation for his father.


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Toki-iro Kaima

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Frank Hvam: Make Badminton Great Again

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For nine months German filmmakers and performance artists, Birgit and Wilhelm Hein lived in New York. LOVE STINKS is a very personal, deeply disturbing, and often shocking record of their visit. “For many people it will perhaps be depressing at first sight, but it was created from a tremendous strength.”

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Lu Dahai and his shipbuilding team want the 10,000-ton ocean freighter "The East" to be given a sea trial. But the ship is made with domestic parts, and Chen Zongjie, a leader of the Party Committee of the Bureau of Foreign Transport, believes that the quality is not sufficient, and orders that the parts be replaced with imported ones before the sea trial takes place. In the end, the sea trial not only sets a successful new record, but also rescues a Taiwanese fishing boat in distress.


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In 1933, at age 33, Harry Alan Potamkin died of complications related to starvation, at a time when he was one of the world's most respected film critics. In his writings, he advocated for a cinema that would simultaneously embrace the fractures and polyphony of modern life and the equitable social vision of left radical politics. This film-biography is assembled out of distorted fragments of films on which he had written, an impression of erupting consciousness.


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A film about architecture and our personal relation with it.


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Golubaya planeta
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A seed from the Earth touches a distant planet.


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When a wise man fails to deal with a flea, it starts a chain of events that leads to the destruction of his city.


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Moments of Decision

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The Eastern House is a video that rereads some key names and some key sequences from the film history: Antonioni (Blow-up), Coppola (Apocalypse Now), Don Siegel. As well it re-articulates the body and conceptual happenings performed in the Eastern European context. The video is a homage to Nesa Paripovic's happenings and body actions from the 1970s in Belgrade. The text is a political intervention in the field of theory regarding the question of global capitalism and the radical position of technology in the cyberworld with a clear reference to a cyberfeminist attitude and positioning. In this respect, the question of sex and empathy in the cyberworld is raised as well as the ethical and political questioning of cloning and hybrid identities. One of the key moments in the video is the re-reading of Bush’s US war against Iraq, 2003.

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The introductory film to the Slovene Ethnographic Museum's permanent exhibition offers a brief insight into important aspects of daily life of the past. It covers the migration of the Slavs onto the territory of the current Slovenia, their dwellings and farming methods, the appearance of castles and towns, peasant revolts, the formation of Slovene language. There are few archeological finds, frescoes or books bearing witness to this time, so the film also makes use of animations and reconstructions of farming and handicraft tasks.


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Originally filmed in 16mm in the remote Cyprus landscape, Chapters is a lyrical series of meticulously staged scenes, in which Epaminonda transforms her home country into a backdrop for a multitude of mythological identities with underlying narrative elements of love, longing, afterlife, and ritual. Epaminonda draws together a spectrum of cultural influences such as the frescoes of Renaissance artist Fra Angelico, the films of Sergei Parajanov, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Alexander Jodorowsky as well as the Japanese Kabuki theatre and Dante’s Divine Comedy. The fixed frame of the camera shapes the film as a continuously evolving, never-static series of ‘pictures’ or ‘tableaux’. The viewer is led into an associative journey that is constantly altered and recombined by the action of chance, time, and the viewer’s gaze.


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Presented by Eric Knowles, this fascinating program shows how the historic home was brought back to life in time for its opening to the public. 78 Derngate is a Georgian house in Northhampton, England, originally built in the 1820s. In 1916, the house's new owner commissioned Mackintosh to renovate the rather pokey and old-fashioned interiors into a modern and convenient home. The work was conducted from 1916 to 1917, and architectural historians consider the resultant interiors one of this period's most important works. "The House That Mackintosh Built" was originally a 15-episode half-hour series broadcast on Discovery Home and Leisure in 2003. The commercial DVD release has been edited into a single 93-minute program.


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Flag Mountain records a vast flag, the insignia of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, painted onto the side of the Kyrenia mountains overlooking Nicosia, the divided capital of the former island nation. The flag, situated in what is officially understood under international law to be ‘Turkish occupied’ northern Cyprus, is accompanied by the legend ‘Ne mutlu Türküm diyene’ (‘How happy is he who can say “I am a Turk”‘). The statement, a quote from the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, is clearly legible from the south of the city and its surrounding countryside.


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Island Race was filmed on the streets of the East End of London between spring 1994 and summer 1995. The film contrasts everyday events with actions of right wing extremists, counter anti-racist demonstrations, the funeral of a gangland leader and the jingoistic street parties celebrating Victory in Europe day. Using just picture and sound, and no added commentary, the audience are given the space to draw their own conclusions about the films portrayal of English national identity in the late 1990’s.


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A film made between 1991 and 1993 as part of a (UK) Arts Council/Channel 4 series of commissions collectively entitled 'Eleventh Hour'. The film is a kind of personal reflection, in three linked sections, on cities and time, and on seeing, recording and the film medium.


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Filmed from my flat in east London, it shows sunlight passing through rooms in the course of the day, and across buildings seen from the windows. Sometimes I would set the time-lapse camera running and leave the house while the camera recorded light moving through the empty rooms.


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Mariama - en tonåring i Gambia

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Fishing and agriculture, transport, the archaeology and scenery of the Shetland Isles.

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An amusing portrait of the English at work and at play in the industrial north of the country. Photographs by Henri Cartier Bresson. Broadcasted only once, in the cultural program Tempo, in 1963, on the ITV/ABC channel. The photographs filmed in the title box are cropped and augmented with tenderly ironic commentary on the English, inspired by Cartier-Bresson’s notes for this commission.


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More than simply mapping a journey across the country, this film presents a map of Daniel & Clara's engagement with the images of the landscape. By reducing them to impressions, fragments, fictions and forms, the recorded images/sounds are transformed into “artefacts” which, when presented in the sequence of a film, activate narratives, ideas and sensations in the viewer. Central to the film are scenes shot at the Neolithic mound and stone circle of Avebury, motifs that speak of the long and complex relationship humans have to their environment and how through art and ritual we seek to understand our place in relation to it.

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Equal parts systems literacy and kaleidoscopic ecological fantasia, Pervading Animal is a film about butterflies, computer viruses and all the things they touch. Tracing the creation, spread and destructive legacy of the first ransomware computer virus the film finds in its wake surprising connections between the US invasion of Panama, the aesthetics of pioneering computational art and the construction of a butterfly conservatory in New York.


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Take a tour through St Ives’ labyrinthine cobbled streets, with names like 'Love Lane', 'Fish St' or 'Teetotal St', and encounter an array of colourful characters along the way. From well-weathered fishermen to artists, including Leonard Fuller, who appears with a group of students in tow from his St. Ives School of Painting, to George Bradshaw who founded the St Ives' Society of Artists. And, as the narrator points out, "there are cats everywhere" - no doubt due to the endless scraps of fish at their disposal.


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Never mind the polar bears, penguins and giraffes - in this film London Zoo's main attraction is an enterprising sparrow who feeds off the animals' leftovers. Nature and animals were recurring themes in Gaumont-British Instructional's films for children and the anthropomorphic jokes and whimsical commentary, in this case delivered in rhyming couplets, would have strengthened their appeal.


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A translation to film of Raymond Williams’ 1973 book of the same title which traces images of ‘nature’ and ‘town’ through 200 years of English literature.


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A look at 40 years of subversive work by the American collective Negativland. Would you go to jail for your work? They say they never had a hit single, but they had a hit lawsuit. Negativland's media collages, which predated the web-sharing era from the late 1970s onwards, resulted in a single called U2. The group documented the court-imposed punishment in such a way as to create a spectacular artefact, and a narrative about the moral standards around copyright and intellectual property.


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Život je jen boží mlýn
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The Plastic People of the Universe was formed in 1968. The trial of the band members in 1976 initiated the creation of Charter 77. During the so-called normalisation period, the band was banned. The musicians started performing together again in 1997. The last concert of The Plastic People of the Universe together with the Brno Philharmonic took place on 20 November 2021 in Broumov. How did the members of the legendary band The Plastic People of the Universe experience the last concert of their career?


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