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Crazy for Madonna

43m 05s

A biography of a universal icon of music and Hollywood, Madonna, better known as the Queen of Pop. Sabbatical Entertainment celebrates Madonna’s illustrious career spanning more than four decades, always pushing the boundaries of entertainment. Not afraid of controversy, the Material girl, through her talents, redefined and reshaped pop culture history.

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Sessions: King Island

4m 54s

Located in the notoriously windy Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania, King Island can produce some of the best beach breaks in the world. This adventure with Harry Bryant and crew showed just how good!

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Crying for Justice

51m 18s

After 11 September 2001, the US government concludes secret agreements with European governments to fight terrorism. CIA will have powers to kidnap and torture suspects. It is a flagrant violation of international treaties and a slap to human rights. When the Washington Post revealed this secret pact in 2005, the Council of Europe instructs Swiss parliamentarian Dick Marty to investigate. This film is the story of this investigation.

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Crying for Justice

51m 18s

After 11 September 2001, the US government concludes secret agreements with European governments to fight terrorism. CIA will have powers to kidnap and torture suspects. It is a flagrant violation of international treaties and a slap to human rights. When the Washington Post revealed this secret pact in 2005, the Council of Europe instructs Swiss parliamentarian Dick Marty to investigate. This film is the story of this investigation.

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On a river in Ireland

1h 00m

The Shannon is Ireland’s greatest geographical landmark and the longest river in these islands. For 340 kilometers the river carves its way south through the heart of the country almost splitting Ireland in two. It is both a barrier and highway. On its journey, the Shannon passes through a huge palette of rural landscapes. “On a River in Ireland” offers a portrait of Ireland’s greatest geographical feature, using a lot of techniques and showing never before filmed Irish sequences and stories.

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On a river in Ireland

1h 00m

The Shannon is Ireland’s greatest geographical landmark and the longest river in these islands. For 340 kilometers the river carves its way south through the heart of the country almost splitting Ireland in two. It is both a barrier and highway. On its journey, the Shannon passes through a huge palette of rural landscapes. “On a River in Ireland” offers a portrait of Ireland’s greatest geographical feature, using a lot of techniques and showing never before filmed Irish sequences and stories.

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A Revolution in Four Seasons

57m 59s

This seminal film tells the story of two women with opposing political views fighting for their different versions of a democratic future for Tunisia, the country that sparked the Arab Spring.Over the course of Tunisia’s critical post-revolution years, we follow journalist Emna Ben Jemaa, who envisions a country governed by free speech and without the corruption of the former regime. In contrast, Jawhara Ettis of the Islamist party Ennahda works towards a Tunisia guided by Islamic principles.

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A Revolution in Four Seasons

57m 59s

This seminal film tells the story of two women with opposing political views fighting for their different versions of a democratic future for Tunisia, the country that sparked the Arab Spring.Over the course of Tunisia’s critical post-revolution years, we follow journalist Emna Ben Jemaa, who envisions a country governed by free speech and without the corruption of the former regime. In contrast, Jawhara Ettis of the Islamist party Ennahda works towards a Tunisia guided by Islamic principles.

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A Revolution in Four Seasons

57m 59s

This seminal film tells the story of two women with opposing political views fighting for their different versions of a democratic future for Tunisia, the country that sparked the Arab Spring.Over the course of Tunisia’s critical post-revolution years, we follow journalist Emna Ben Jemaa, who envisions a country governed by free speech and without the corruption of the former regime. In contrast, Jawhara Ettis of the Islamist party Ennahda works towards a Tunisia guided by Islamic principles.

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Australian Penguins

52m 02s

Little Penguins are the smallest penguin in the world and are the only species that live and breed in Australia. This documentary focuses on the penguin colony that live on Western Australia's, Penguin Island. The island's Discovery Centre houses a small group of rescued penguins, which have either been injured, orphaned or abandoned as chicks. Australian Penguins gives an insight into their amazing stories of survival and all the funny things this group of Little Penguins get up to.

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Galahad

46m 28s

On the 8th June 1982, at the height of the Falklands War, 53 men lost their lives and hundreds were injured in Argentine air attacks on British ships Sir Galahad and Sir Tristram. 32 of those men were Welsh Guards - some of them no more than boys.

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ISIS, birth of a terrorist state

54m 26s

ISIS or IS, the so-called Islamic State - DAECH in Arabic - controls today a large territory that stretches over Syria and Iraq. ISIS is not just a terrorist movement, it has become something of an out-law state attracting militants and combatants from around the globe. The jihadist start-up born in Iraq under American occupation became a global corporation of terror which succeeded in making Al Qaeda look outdated.

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ISIS, birth of a terrorist state

54m 26s

ISIS or IS, the so-called Islamic State - DAECH in Arabic - controls today a large territory that stretches over Syria and Iraq. ISIS is not just a terrorist movement, it has become something of an out-law state attracting militants and combatants from around the globe. The jihadist start-up born in Iraq under American occupation became a global corporation of terror which succeeded in making Al Qaeda look outdated.

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Nomads Seeking Adventure 304 - Kitesurfing Tahiti

26m 00s

This episode of Nomads joins famous surf photographer, John Bilderback and his wife Alexis, on a kitesurfing adventure in beautiful Tahiti. Accompanied by a number of pro kitesurfers including: Sky Solbach, Kristin Boese and island native, Moehau Goold, this Tahitian adventure is set to be a breathtakingly beautiful journey for the unusual, and increasingly popular, sport of kitesurfing.

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Blue World - Season 5 Episode 01 - Tiger Sharks in the Bahamas + Crystal Cave of Abaco, Bahamas

23m 59s

In the series pilot, host Jonathan Bird travels to the Bahamas, where, in the past few years, diver interactions with Tiger sharks have become up close and personal. These large and dangerous animals are not only being hand-fed, but actually handled by divers. Jonathan learns how to flip a Tiger shark from experienced shark handlers. Next, Jonathan joins world-renown cave explorer Brian Kakuk to investigate the Crystal Cave of Abaco, Bahamas…

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Faces of Terror

59m 36s

Why are Europeans, children of immigrants like Coulibaly or the Kouachis brothers, attacking their countries of birth? What leads them to reject the values of the nation in which they grew up, to be reborn as extremists of Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. What role does religion play and which religion? What propaganda and mental mechanisms are being used to convince this generation of killers that they must turn vigilante on behalf of their victimised Muslim world?

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9/11: Through the Eyes of Al Qaeda

53m 02s

Filmed in extremely difficult circumstances, Al Qaeda operatives describe how they planned and prepared for 9/11. Their exclusive interviews provide a rare look at life inside Al Qaeda, into the personality of Osama Bin Laden and Al Zawahiri. Intercut with the interviews is archive of 9/11, some of it never before seen, and footage from hidden cameras. 9/11, as it's never been seen before - through the eyes of Al Qaeda.

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9/11: Through the Eyes of Al Qaeda

53m 02s

Filmed in extremely difficult circumstances, Al Qaeda operatives describe how they planned and prepared for 9/11. Their exclusive interviews provide a rare look at life inside Al Qaeda, into the personality of Osama Bin Laden and Al Zawahiri. Intercut with the interviews is archive of 9/11, some of it never before seen, and footage from hidden cameras. 9/11, as it's never been seen before - through the eyes of Al Qaeda.

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Erdogan, the rise to absolute power

52m 29s

The documentary tells the story of the slow transformation of a man. Once democratic and pro-European, he is now a reactionary head of state with autocratic aims. From the abrupt cessation of Turkey's EU accession talks in 2010 to the colossal purges destabilizing the country today, we are studying the implementation of a ruthless strategy aimed at making the Turkish president the new Sultan of the Middle East.

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Erdogan, the rise to absolute power

52m 29s

The documentary tells the story of the slow transformation of a man. Once democratic and pro-European, he is now a reactionary head of state with autocratic aims. From the abrupt cessation of Turkey's EU accession talks in 2010 to the colossal purges destabilizing the country today, we are studying the implementation of a ruthless strategy aimed at making the Turkish president the new Sultan of the Middle East.

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Love, hate & propaganda : the war on terror EP 2

42m 03s

The 9-11 attacks on America left its citizens in a state of shock. President George W. Bush responded by declaring "war on terror". This two-part documentary looks at the role propaganda played leading up to 9-11 and the subsequent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. It is a story of hearts and minds won and lost on a battlefield that has no boundaries.

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Love, hate & propaganda : the war on terror EP 1

42m 19s

The 9-11 attacks on America left its citizens in a state of shock. President George W. Bush responded by declaring "war on terror". This two-part documentary looks at the role propaganda played leading up to 9-11 and the subsequent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. It is a story of hearts and minds won and lost on a battlefield that has no boundaries.

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China on China: More than Half the Sky

28m 35s

After the Revolution in 1949, legislation regarding equality was passed, a huge step forward for China at the time. The economic reforms of recent decades have also improved women's lives. Yet China is still the only country in the world where more women than men commit suicide (WHO).

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China on China: More than Half the Sky

28m 35s

After the Revolution in 1949, legislation regarding equality was passed, a huge step forward for China at the time. The economic reforms of recent decades have also improved women's lives. Yet China is still the only country in the world where more women than men commit suicide (WHO).

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Ejkei

55m 19s

EJKEI is the first documentary about the history of skateboarding in Puerto Rico. It traces skateboarding's history since the early seventies until now, through the testimonies of iconic skater in the Island. EJKEI offers a past, present and future view of this activity in the Island.

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New Island Home

1h 02m

A year in the making, the film goes inside the inner sanctum of the Dudley United Football Club during the 2017 campaign and reveals the remarkable bravery of young indigenous men who cross an ocean to start new lives and, at the same time, change others.

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A Time For Making

58m 33s

Nine artisans on secluded Gabriola Island reveal the differences between mass manufactured and authentic locally handmade through intimate portraits of their work and lifestyle.

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Tasmania

8m 42s

World renowned for its pristine wilderness areas Tasmania is a superb place to enjoy the wonders of nature.

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Face to Face with a Giant Humpback

27m 57s

Greg Grainger has had a whale of a time in Hervey Bay, has swum with platypus in a rainforest creek, zip-lined through a colony of flying foxes, and followed a photographer around the lakes and rainforest of Fraser Island.

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Dolphins

11m 17s

The oceans around the coast of Australia are the perfect playground for many happy dolphins. This film shows interaction between these intelligent creatures and humans.

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Boko Haram: The Origins of Evil

51m 18s

How has the extremist group Boko Haram, which began as a small Islamic sect, managed to make Nigeria, the richest country in Africa, and all its neighbours, tremble with fear? Who are they and how did they become so powerful? Xavier Muntz spent a month in Northern Nigeria, in the heart of the red zone, to answer these very questions. He met with many people, all directly affected by this religious uprising. Victims, soldiers and even Jihadi sympathisers.

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Dis.Traction

30m 15s

Marcilio Browne is a two time world wave sailing champion. While originally from Brazil he has made the Hawaiian island of Maui his permanent home to better follow his passion. 'Dis.Traction' follows Marcilio during his first training sessions leading into to the decisive season’s final contest where all the world’s greatest from the sport compete for the ultimate prize.

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Cold War Peacemaker: Story of the Convair B-36

56m 03s

Cold War Peacemaker is the amazing and unique story of the development of the B-36 very-long-long-range nuclear bomber. From its beginnings during WWII, through construction in a former wild-west cattle town and deployment into the Cold War, the story of the Convair B-36 and how it intimidated the Soviet Union is a fascinating study in politics and technology.

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Taboo - S01 E02 - Perversion

43m 44s

Sweetie is a girl that lives in the Philippines. Her daily routine is to sit down in front of her computer and talk with men. Luckily, Sweetie is not real, it is a software created by a dutch foundation to hunt pedophiles. In this episode, filmed in Spain, Holland and the Philippines, Jon Sistiaga investigates the horrifying world of child pornography. We meet underaged webcam girls in the Philippines who, with their families support, fall victim to the Western demands for child pornography.

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Somaliland : An Experiment in Democracy

57m 42s

In 1991 the northern section of Somalia declared itself an independent democratic state, since then Somaliland has struggled on its path to find international recognition while the rest of Somalia has become infamous for anarchy and violence. Somaliland: An Experiment in Democracy follows the 2012 election spotlighting the difficulties of running an election in an undeveloped country with a fragile infrastructure.

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Reportage series - S01 E09 - Walking on Bombs

51m 13s

Afghanistan is full of landmines, which emerged as the most lethal weapon used against North American military forces and their allies. We travel to the south of the country – the most dangerous zone – to enter the world of bomb disposal officers; men and women that walk on bombs. None of them match the stereotype seen in The Hurt Locker and none of them are adrenalin junkies. In their own words, this is the quickest way of getting killed in Afghanistan. War is over but the bombs remain.

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Reportage series - S01 E07 - Riding the Beast

52m 41s

The Beast is the train running through Mexico that everyday carries Central American migrants who dream of a better life in the United States. The reality is that on this most dangerous of journeys, the threat of kidnap, rape, violence and murder is constant as carrying their worldly belongings makes them an obvious target for gangs.

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Reportage series - S01 E03 - Honduras: The Mara's life

57m 48s

Nineteen people are murdered every day in Honduras, the most violent country without a war in the world. Sistiaga experiences the daily horror of life on the streets in the cities of Honduras. Within three days of arriving he has already witnessed 12 murders: taxi drivers, engineers, drug dealers, gangsters

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Finding Fidel

55m 06s

Finding Fidel tells the remarkable story of war cameraman Erik Durschmied, who in 1958 journeyed to Cuba’s Sierra Maestra mountains to interview a little-known rebel leader named Fidel Castro. A month later, Castro’s band of fighters rolled into Havana, and the world would never be the same.

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Fatherland

1h 10m

Fatherland is a controversial coming-of-age documentary set in the remote South African bush. It follows a group of Afrikaner boys over 9 days at a military camp in the spirit of their fathers before them. The film follows three particular boys and Col. Franz Jooste -an ex-SADF soldier that fought for his country pre 1994 – and focuses on the conflicting views developed by the boys.

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Bakur : Inside the PKK

1h 32m

Shot in secret, BAKUR: Inside the PKK is the worlds first documentary made with inside access to the Kurdish separatist group, who are considered a terrorist organisation by Turkey, the US and NATO. The result is an inside look at the undeclared war going on in Turkey for decades. This was the first time any film crew had ever accessed these camps.

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Along Gaddafi's Road

1h 24m

For the first time in 42 years, a camera enters Southern Libya in what was forbidden territory under the Gaddafi regime. Shortly after Gaddafi’s demise, we accompany members of the disgraced Tabu tribe along the road to their impoverished desert territory near the Algeria-Niger-Chad borders 1000 Km from Tripoli.

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Afghan Memento

53m 43s

In 1988, Olivier Brodard -a twenty one year old idealist- made a six-month humanitarian trip to Afghanistan under Soviet occupation with $50,000 in his backpack destined for the local populations. When Olivier reluctantly returned home to Switzerland, he had a terrible car accident. After weeks in a deep coma, he woke up with severe amnesia and the new challenge of rebuilding his life.

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The Enigma of the Great Menhir

52m 00s

7000 years ago, the men who populated the shores of the Atlantic erected thousands of stones on which they engraved signs, long remained mysterious. An international team of researchers led by the anthropologist and archaeologist Serge Cassen (CNRS) managed to decipher this original symbolic language.

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The Death of Hitler, the Story of a State Secret

52m 35s

On April 30, 1945, while the Russian Army surrounded Berlin, Hitler committed suicide in his bunker. His body was discovered a few days later by the Soviets. He would be positively identified after a top secret inquest in which Hitler's personal dentist would play a central role. And yet, at the same time, Stalin publicly declared that his army was unable to find the Führer's body, choosing to let the wildest rumors develop and going so far as to accuse some of his Allies.

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The Death of Hitler, the Story of a State Secret

52m 35s

On April 30, 1945, while the Russian Army surrounded Berlin, Hitler committed suicide in his bunker. His body was discovered a few days later by the Soviets. He would be positively identified after a top secret inquest in which Hitler's personal dentist would play a central role. And yet, at the same time, Stalin publicly declared that his army was unable to find the Führer's body, choosing to let the wildest rumors develop and going so far as to accuse some of his Allies.

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Raquel

1h 44m

Raquel has done everything to get over he ex Isaac, but he comes back decided to get her back at any cost.

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I Love Eva

1h 18m

Eva is back from her trip to Europe. One afternoon she received a suspicious birthday invitation from a neighbor, she never imagined it was a romantic date a planed by his family, but he didn’t even had food in the fridge. A comedy about how family can mess up our relationships, the way it interacts and how it doesn’t even stand itself.

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Exploitation Hotel: The Kellys

54m 59s

More than 200.000 women work as cleaning ladies in Spain, but they are as fundamental as they are invisible in the hospitality industry. In October 2016, the Kellys (las que limpian in Spanish) decided to get organized to fight for their rights. They have been victims of outsourcing and many of them have lost their jobs in the hotels, without any rights and vulnerable to being fired when they get medical leaves.

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Exploitation Hotel: The Kellys

54m 59s

More than 200.000 women work as cleaning ladies in Spain, but they are as fundamental as they are invisible in the hospitality industry. In October 2016, the Kellys (las que limpian in Spanish) decided to get organized to fight for their rights. They have been victims of outsourcing and many of them have lost their jobs in the hotels, without any rights and vulnerable to being fired when they get medical leaves.

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Lona y Viruta

20m 43s

Lona y Viruta tells the story of a familiar circus company, through the testimony of its artists, describing how they live and which are their difficulties to carry on with their lifes. Modern life changed the entertaining habits and small circus companies suffer the consecuences.

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Exiliada

24m 30s

In 1998, Zoilamerica accused her adoptive father of rape and sexual abuse. Almost 20 years later, she lives in exile while caring for her 10-year-old son. Her adoptive father is Daniel Ortega, leader of the Sandinista revolution and current president of Nicaragua.

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El último confín: Los Inuit del Oeste de Groenlandia

50m 01s

Overcome the hell in which the Arctic becomes winter, in West Greenland the Inuit face the sweet respite offered by the summer to hunt and fish, continuing the ancient traditions that have inherited from their ancestors. Documentary about the current life of the Inuit of West Greenland. Hunting and fishing practiced by their ancestors are still today the center of their culture and their identity.

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Alto el Fuego

21m 06s

More than 50 years of armed conflict among the FARC, the ELN, paramilitary groups and the Colombian government have left behind eight million victims. During this time, thousands of minors have been part of the armed groups. They are also consider victims because their childhood is always going to be linked to a weapon; the jungle was their home and the battalion, their family.

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Night of the living dead

1h 36m

A disparate group of individuals takes refuge in an abandoned house when corpses begin to leave the graveyard in search of fresh human bodies to devour. The pragmatic Ben does his best to control the situation, but when the reanimated bodies surround the house, the other survivors begin to panic. As any semblance of order within the group begins to dissipate, the zombies start to find ways inside and one by one, the living humans become the prey of the deceased ones.

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Who Would You Call?

1h 22m

A lonely 40 year old man lives an intense crisis. Walking down a street, he comes across his couple who is on her way to meet up with her ex boy friend. Beggining to feell that his relationship with her is about to end, he remains still, without reacting, daring only to look at her.

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The Revolutionary Cure

45m 34s

The revolutionary cure. In Cuba, they have more than 15 years researching a treatment based on a type of indigenous Scorpion venom, which is a great palliative for some types of cancer patients since the venom attacks the cancer cells. We will visit the facilities of the pharmaceutical company (Labiofam) that makes it, we'll go hunting the Scorpion with Cuban biologists, we sure the director of Labiofam, as well as doctors and Cuban patients and foreigners who had come from all over the world.

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Tras Nazarín

1h 15m

A journey through memory, accompanied by the photographs that Buñuel took before filming the movie "Nazarín" and those that Manuel Álvarez Bravo took during the filming of the film, together with the testimonies and points of view of artists, filmmakers and intellectuals like Luis Eduardo Aute, Jean Claude Carrière, Carlos Reygadas, Silvia Pinal, Arturo Ripsetein or Carlos Saura among many others, rediscovering the poetic, living and inspiring force of Buñuel's cinema.

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Nimble Fingers (Dedos ágiles)

51m 31s

Nimble fingers are the agile fingers of Vietnamese workers who work in the world's best-known electronic brand factories. Bay, one of thousands of young migrant workers, comes from a remote Muong village in the highlands of North Vietnam and lives on the outskirts of Hanoi, in a neighborhood that has become one of the world's largest production centers. The life of the female workers is strictly governed by the rules of the great Thang Long Industrial Park.

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Erosión

1h 17m

Independent documentary that addresses the different environmental problems in the north of Quintana Roo region, located in the Mexican Caribbean, caused by the rapid tourism development and uncontrolled population growth.

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Erosión

1h 17m

Independent documentary that addresses the different environmental problems in the north of Quintana Roo region, located in the Mexican Caribbean, caused by the rapid tourism development and uncontrolled population growth.

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Birth Wars

1h 13m

Told through deeply personal stories in the trenches of the healthcare sector, “Birth Wars” chronicles a power struggle between doctors and midwives in Mexico about whose vision of childbirth should prevail.

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Birth Wars

1h 13m

Told through deeply personal stories in the trenches of the healthcare sector, “Birth Wars” chronicles a power struggle between doctors and midwives in Mexico about whose vision of childbirth should prevail.

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The World in Pause

1h 10m

El Mundo en Pausa is a documentary that reveals the daily confinement caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin American countries, reflecting the variety of situations and emotions experienced in a single day.

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The World in Pause

1h 10m

El Mundo en Pausa is a documentary that reveals the daily confinement caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin American countries, reflecting the variety of situations and emotions experienced in a single day.

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Mysterious Holy land

51m 11s

This movie brings us on the tracks of antique and mysterious stories, in places where extraordinary events and miracles would have happened in Holy land like the fortress of Masada, the Milk Grotto... Why did it take so long to decifer the Qumran’ manuscrits? Do they contain secrets that should be not be revealed to the public? what really happened during the siege of Massada? There are so many secrets to discover, this film takes a step further in the search for the hitsoric truth.

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Nostromo: The Impossible Dream of David Lean

1h 29m

David Lean dedicated the last six years of his life to implement a dream called Nostromo. Based on the novel of the same title by Joseph Conrad, Nostromo was to be an epic film shot with care and attention to detail that seemed from another era in years dominated by action and special effects. The British master, about to turn 80, aspired to close his career with a masterpiece worthy of titles such as Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago or The Bridge on the River Kwai.

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Nostromo: The Impossible Dream of David Lean

1h 29m

David Lean dedicated the last six years of his life to implement a dream called Nostromo. Based on the novel of the same title by Joseph Conrad, Nostromo was to be an epic film shot with care and attention to detail that seemed from another era in years dominated by action and special effects. The British master, about to turn 80, aspired to close his career with a masterpiece worthy of titles such as Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago or The Bridge on the River Kwai.

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Air Force : The Sky Warriors

1h 29m

Elite corps of the French army, 56,000 men make up the ranks of the top secret Air Force. What are the precise missions of these soldiers? Air defense, public service missions, operations abroad: yesterday in Ivory Coast, they ensured the safety of the inhabitants during the crisis which divided the country. Today in Mali, they are an integral part of Operation Serval.

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The Viganello Killer

53m 12s

What does a hitman from the ‘Ndràngheta, the powerful Calabrese mafia in Switzerland, really do? The mass murderer is said to have earned 45 million euros from his base in Lugano. Properties, companies and, above all, a dense network of accomplices. The documentary has gone on the hunt and reconstructed his every move in Switzerland.

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The Viganello Killer

53m 12s

What does a hitman from the ‘Ndràngheta, the powerful Calabrese mafia in Switzerland, really do? The mass murderer is said to have earned 45 million euros from his base in Lugano. Properties, companies and, above all, a dense network of accomplices. The documentary has gone on the hunt and reconstructed his every move in Switzerland.

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Maria Callas, Born for Singing

58m 25s

The extraordinary artistic and human parable of opera singer MARIA CALLAS (New York, 1923 - Paris, 1977) traced through archives material unique images and memories, with interviews to relatives, artists, co-workers who have surrounded the artist in life.

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Maria Callas, Born for Singing

58m 25s

The extraordinary artistic and human parable of opera singer MARIA CALLAS (New York, 1923 - Paris, 1977) traced through archives material unique images and memories, with interviews to relatives, artists, co-workers who have surrounded the artist in life.

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Lovely Letters

50m 52s

Three couples of children experience for the first time the adventures and misadventures of love. The characters, talk to us about friendship, jealous, boyfriends, girlfriends and those that are not clear which they are. They explain the ways they have at their age of feel and understand, or not, that thing called love.

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Days Of Light

1h 27m

During five days a solar storm hits Central America. People In each of these countries will have to face life in its most basic terms, disconnected from the technology they normally depend on. Fear, friendship and love emerge as they come together with others, while the skies are lit by tropical lights never seen before.

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Days Of Light

1h 27m

During five days a solar storm hits Central America. People In each of these countries will have to face life in its most basic terms, disconnected from the technology they normally depend on. Fear, friendship and love emerge as they come together with others, while the skies are lit by tropical lights never seen before.

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Camila´s Awakening

1h 28m

Camila (17) got too used to win. Smart and beautiful, she managed to achieve every goal she set. However, now she has to face the biggest setback of her life with courage, humor and love.

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Camila´s Awakening

1h 28m

Camila (17) got too used to win. Smart and beautiful, she managed to achieve every goal she set. However, now she has to face the biggest setback of her life with courage, humor and love.

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CHARCO | Songs from the Río de la Plata

1h 17m

There is a place in the world where all music converges. The Río de la Plata is that region where completely different genres such as Tango, Rock, Candombe and Milonga meet, giving birth to what is known as the Rioplatense Song, our own unique music. This is the story we want to tell. Throughout musical meetings and chats with several referents of both shores, our leading man Pablo Dacal offers us a deep outlook into today’s musical scene.

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CHARCO | Songs from the Río de la Plata

1h 17m

There is a place in the world where all music converges. The Río de la Plata is that region where completely different genres such as Tango, Rock, Candombe and Milonga meet, giving birth to what is known as the Rioplatense Song, our own unique music. This is the story we want to tell. Throughout musical meetings and chats with several referents of both shores, our leading man Pablo Dacal offers us a deep outlook into today’s musical scene.

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CHARCO | Songs from the Río de la Plata

1h 17m

There is a place in the world where all music converges. The Río de la Plata is that region where completely different genres such as Tango, Rock, Candombe and Milonga meet, giving birth to what is known as the Rioplatense Song, our own unique music. This is the story we want to tell. Throughout musical meetings and chats with several referents of both shores, our leading man Pablo Dacal offers us a deep outlook into today’s musical scene.

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CARRUSEL

1h 38m

Santiago Rubio, Mayor of a Latin American City wants to be the nation President. To achieve his goal, he decides to build the biggest and most important airport in South America. For that purpose, he hires Hoyos Constructing Group, a very corrupt company that instead of building the airport, they spend all nation’s money in their own benefit. Maria Cristina, Mayor´s wife and Gabriel Hoyos lover, is the key piece for the Hoyos to win the contract.

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Boatmen

24m 32s

Settled down for over 100 years in the Isla Maciel, the boatmen that cross back and forward the Riachuelo,provide a service to the people on both sides of the most polluted watercourse in Argentina. But the re-building of a bridge between the island and the Federal Capital will check the job they inherited from their grandfathers and great grandfathers, a "collateral damage" that comes from the hand of progress.

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Magic City Hustle

1h 55m

After you’ve tasted glory in college football, what comes next? This film follows several former players for the Miami Hurricanes who get an unexpected chance to turn pro. Only it’s not playing football. The Magic City Casino is starting a new team of jai alai — the sport popular in Latin America and nearly extinct in the U.S.

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Magic City Hustle

1h 55m

After you’ve tasted glory in college football, what comes next? This film follows several former players for the Miami Hurricanes who get an unexpected chance to turn pro. Only it’s not playing football. The Magic City Casino is starting a new team of jai alai — the sport popular in Latin America and nearly extinct in the U.S.

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