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The Millinery Lesson

58m 10s

95 year old Marie O’Regan went from being a refugee to hatmaker to Queen Elizabeth II. Her extraordinary story starts in Istanbul in 1915. She escapes the Armenian holocaust by moving to Paris and working in the heyday of couture millinery. She continues to London and the House of Dior and passes on her wealth of knowledge to students at the London College of Fashion and the Royal College of Art. She becomes milliner to HM Elizabeth II but continues to teach students in her house in London.

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The Millinery Lesson

58m 10s

95 year old Marie O’Regan went from being a refugee to hatmaker to Queen Elizabeth II. Her extraordinary story starts in Istanbul in 1915. She escapes the Armenian holocaust by moving to Paris and working in the heyday of couture millinery. She continues to London and the House of Dior and passes on her wealth of knowledge to students at the London College of Fashion and the Royal College of Art. She becomes milliner to HM Elizabeth II but continues to teach students in her house in London.

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Alexandre Dumas, The Flamboyant

52m 01s

Alexandre Dumas is one of the most prolific writers of his time, with an exceptional romantic sense. At the center of a veritable "novel workshop", reinventing the history of France, he is the "showrunner" of his soap opera, infusing his energy into characters and situations often drawn from his own life.

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Meroes's Kingdoms - El-Muweis, a City Hidden in the Sand

50m 45s

In the heart of Sudan lays an ancient Egyptian royal city deep in the sand. Under the lead of archaeologist and Egyptologist Michel Baud, an international team has been granted the exceptional authorization to dig the area. Through modern and traditional archaeological tools, they unveil the little known times of the Black Pharaohs.

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Meroes's Kingdoms - El-Muweis, a City Hidden in the Sand

50m 45s

In the heart of Sudan lays an ancient Egyptian royal city deep in the sand. Under the lead of archaeologist and Egyptologist Michel Baud, an international team has been granted the exceptional authorization to dig the area. Through modern and traditional archaeological tools, they unveil the little known times of the Black Pharaohs.

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In a Stranger's House

1h 10m

In November of 2017, a broken video camera and smart phone were recovered from a recycling centre. The camera houses a memory card that contained disturbing and unexplainable material. This is that material.

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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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Apollo 11: First Steps on the Moon

49m 31s

Each crewman of Apollo 11 had made a spaceflight before this mission but never set foot on the moon. Apollo 11 was the first spaceflight that landed the first humans on the moon. This unique documentary, profiles this historic mission through the eyes of all three astronauts and several top Nasa officials who participated in it.

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Another Day

29m 11s

Another day in the life of Ana, but her boyfriend, family and friends don’t know her real reality, even being part of it.

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Françoise Sagan, the Elegance of Living

59m 06s

"People think you're futile and you're quiet," wrote Françoise Sagan (1935-2004). This beautiful documentary portrait in two voices, those of the director and Sagan's son, Denis Westhoff, reveals the delicate soul of a novelist who often hid behind a caption as convenient as it was cumbersome.

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Taboo - S01 E04 - Monster

49m 37s

Luis Alfredo Garavito – known as ‘The Monster’ – is by every measure the most feared and reviled murderer living today and perhaps ever to have ever lived . He has confessed to have killed, raped and tortured 140 children between the ages of 6 to 16 years old, though experts put the number at 172. He is currently imprisoned in a Colombian prison where Sistiaga, in scenes reminiscent of Silence of the Lambs, has gone to conduct an extended interview with him.

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Taboo - S01 E03 - Grief

59m 41s

Children who one day disappeared and never came back. Families who await news from their lost children. These are the stories that embody every parents worse nightmares. Jon Sistiaga travels to the heart of Minnesota to follow the trail of some children disappearances, contacting relatives and investigators. According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, in the US there are over 3,500 unsolved cases.

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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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Taboo - S01 E01 - Atonement

58m 58s

Villa Milagro – an isolated village in Florida – has a very particular census: all of its inhabitants have been prosecuted for sexual offenses, as its one of few places that meet sentencing requirements of being completely child-free. Jon Sistiaga enters their houses and discovers how the toughest laws in the world are applied to child abusers, and what kind of lives can they return to after concluding their sentences. A portrait emerges of a community united in shame and misery.

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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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Rise of the Trolls

52m 03s

Smartphones have put the internet into our pockets and billions of people around the world are now connected online. Our lives have improved greatly, but this “freedom” has also made us vulnerable to a new kind of predator – the internet troll.

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Reportage series - S01 E02 - War Lords

51m 24s

Somalia has the perfect ecosystem for endless war: European mercenaries, pirates, Al Qaeda jihadists, weapon smugglers, drought and hunger. We enter an absurd, anarchic reality where warlords will switch allegiances to gain security and stability, again to make profit and perhaps again for religious conviction.

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Reportage series - S01 E02 - War Lords

51m 24s

Somalia has the perfect ecosystem for endless war: European mercenaries, pirates, Al Qaeda jihadists, weapon smugglers, drought and hunger. We enter an absurd, anarchic reality where warlords will switch allegiances to gain security and stability, again to make profit and perhaps again for religious conviction.

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Reportage series - S01 E02 - War Lords

51m 24s

Somalia has the perfect ecosystem for endless war: European mercenaries, pirates, Al Qaeda jihadists, weapon smugglers, drought and hunger. We enter an absurd, anarchic reality where warlords will switch allegiances to gain security and stability, again to make profit and perhaps again for religious conviction.

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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 E05 - No Country for Women

48m 44s

It’s one of the biggest economies in the world and one of the most powerful members of the G-20 club. But India is not a country for women. Every hour a woman is killed. Mothers will abort when they know the gender of the baby, and many women in India will suffer every kind of humiliation and violence.

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Reportage series - S01 E05 - No Country for Women

48m 44s

It’s one of the biggest economies in the world and one of the most powerful members of the G-20 club. But India is not a country for women. Every hour a woman is killed. Mothers will abort when they know the gender of the baby, and many women in India will suffer every kind of humiliation and violence.

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Reportage series - S01 E10 - How to Organise a Genocide

53m 40s

Rwanda is a country full of murderers, a fact evidenced by the million people who were killed with machetes over 3 months during the Rwandan genocide. We return twenty years on when many of the killers are starting to be released from prison and return to their homes and villages, and live amongst their victims; those who survived the slaughter hiding in swamps. We meet with both the victims and the perpetrators of a genocide, living side by side, which has not been forgotten...

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Reportage series - S01 E10 - How to Organise a Genocide

53m 40s

Rwanda is a country full of murderers, a fact evidenced by the million people who were killed with machetes over 3 months during the Rwandan genocide. We return twenty years on when many of the killers are starting to be released from prison and return to their homes and villages, and live amongst their victims; those who survived the slaughter hiding in swamps. We meet with both the victims and the perpetrators of a genocide, living side by side, which has not been forgotten...

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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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Reportage series - S01 E04 - Holy Land

57m 46s

Half a million Israeli settlers live within the Palestinian territories forming the main barrier to a two-state solution. They do not see themselves as colonists or invaders, but rather pioneers. Some see themselves as the vanguard that will welcome the arrival of the Messiahs to the lands of Abraham, and others consider themselves a barrier against Islamic extremism.

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Reportage series - S01 E04 - Holy Land

57m 46s

Half a million Israeli settlers live within the Palestinian territories forming the main barrier to a two-state solution. They do not see themselves as colonists or invaders, but rather pioneers. Some see themselves as the vanguard that will welcome the arrival of the Messiahs to the lands of Abraham, and others consider themselves a barrier against Islamic extremism.

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Reportage series - S01 E01 - Blood Tusks

48m 34s

A hundred elephants die every day in Africa killed by poachers, members of the militia or of terrorist organizations like Al Shabab. Their tusks sell for €600 per kilo, and an emerging middle class in China demands ivory as symbol of their new wealth status and International criminal gangs are there to cater to them.

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Reportage series - S01 E01 - Blood Tusks

48m 34s

A hundred elephants die every day in Africa killed by poachers, members of the militia or of terrorist organizations like Al Shabab. Their tusks sell for €600 per kilo, and an emerging middle class in China demands ivory as symbol of their new wealth status and International criminal gangs are there to cater to them.

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Reportage series - S01 E11 - At Hell's Gate

42m 22s

In this episode we visit Kawah Ijen´s active volcano in Indonesia to investigate the labour conditions that miners bear everyday in extracting its sulphur. In the mouth of the volcano labourers carry upon their backs over 70 kilos of sulphur blocks, double their own weight. We follow the trail of these men - suffering the worlds worse working conditions – in to ‘the gates of hell’.

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Reportage series - S01 E11 - At Hell's Gate

42m 22s

In this episode we visit Kawah Ijen´s active volcano in Indonesia to investigate the labour conditions that miners bear everyday in extracting its sulphur. In the mouth of the volcano labourers carry upon their backs over 70 kilos of sulphur blocks, double their own weight. We follow the trail of these men - suffering the worlds worse working conditions – in to ‘the gates of hell’.

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Reportage series - S01 E08 - Albino: A Story of Fear and Prejudice

53m 22s

In Tanzania, albino´s are feared and hated as many believe they are cursed and bring bad luck. As a result of these terrible superstitions they have become victims of mutilation and murder. To be born as an albino in certain places in Africa continues to be the worst sentence. Black magic rituals use their organs and witch doctors will pay high fees for their limbs. In this episode we meet with the victims of this heartbreaking reality and those who are trying to end these barbaric traditions.

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Reportage series - S01 E08 - Albino: A Story of Fear and Prejudice

53m 22s

In Tanzania, albino´s are feared and hated as many believe they are cursed and bring bad luck. As a result of these terrible superstitions they have become victims of mutilation and murder. To be born as an albino in certain places in Africa continues to be the worst sentence. Black magic rituals use their organs and witch doctors will pay high fees for their limbs. In this episode we meet with the victims of this heartbreaking reality and those who are trying to end these barbaric traditions.

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Princes of the Yen

1h 32m

Princes of the Yen reveals how post-war Japanese society was transformed to suit the agenda of powerful interest groups, and how citizens were kept entirely in the dark about this. History is now repeating itself around the world.

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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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China: Rebirth of an Empire

55m 33s

China’s unprecedented growth has placed it on the verge of overtaking the United States as the world’s preeminent power. But what type of power will China become? In today’s interconnected and globalized world, the answer effects each and every one of us.

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Blame Game

48m 54s

Blame Game investigates the murky world of global electronic waste disposal, where legal grey areas, a lack of investment in recycling, unscrupulous businesses and politicised application of the existing laws lead to wasted opportunities, environmental degradation and for the people of Agbogbloshie – hellish living conditions in a toxic dumping ground.

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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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An Invisible Threat

1h 11m

An Invisible Threat looks at the relationship between microwave technology and health, investigating the conflicts of interest among industry representatives, politicians, scientists and consumers that leave us unprotected to the effects of radiation.

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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 Greven Mystery

51m 57s

Alfred Greven is still today an unsolved mystery for everyone. Who was this head of the Continental films, a French movie studio founded with Third-Reich money whose mission was one of propaganda but who ended up producing the most subversive masterpieces of French Cinema? Greven’s intentional disappearance after the war and his silence until his death in 1973 maintain a certain mystery around this elusive historical figure.

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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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Pizzas

51m 30s

Marseille’s anchovy-cheese, the Bronx’s Neapolitan, Naples’ margarita… From the three cradles of pizza, this film is retying the knots of a worldwide history giving us the opportunity to gaze upon the glimmering lights of Times Square, explore the back alleys of Naples and land in front of a pizza van— an invention from Marseilles. There, we meet with loud mouth pizza chefs who have been mucking in, sometimes for five generations.

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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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Nuestra Bandera Jamás Será Roja

1h 12m

Who is Jair Bolsonaro and how did he become president of the sixth most populous country in the world? "Our flag will never be red" answers this question by examining the influence of the Brazilian media on the sociopolitical events that took place between 2013 and 2019. Brazil has "6 berlusconis" that together control 90% of the total national audience. . media types.

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Taiko Film

1h 13m

Taiko Film is a documentary that introduces us to the enthralling world of Japanese Taiko. We will learn about its origins, history and evolution throughout centuries, its many applications and styles, its expansion to the world and its influence in modern culture, both Eastern and Western.

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Siquier Blue

53m 59s

Carlos Pérez-Siquier (Almería, 1930) is a photographer who has spent his whole life dealing with the light and color of his homeland, a unique space to be captured by a camera. This documentary film tells the story of that human experience.

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Leather and Ink

1h 02m

Documentary that analyses the changes suffered in the sports press over the years. For a long time, journalists created a generation of sports fans, a generation that idolized athletes regardless of the jersey that they wore. This scenario nolongerexists, the media has shifted to a civil war that certainly has encompassed their readers. As if it were an old medieval epic, the media has exchanged to ball for blood.

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Heritage

59m 51s

Havana is still alive. Its people are in the streets, in the squares, in the churches, in the parks, in dance halls, in schools. And it continues to transmit an inheritance made of laughter ancient, with African rhythms, with strong overtones. From Changó and Fidel.

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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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Akelarre, the Construction of a Dream

38m 36s

"Akelarre, the Construction of a Dream" is a documentary that tells the realization of one of the great concerns of chef Pedro Subijana, the construction of a hotel around his famous three-star Michelin restaurant, Akelarre.

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Akelarre, the Construction of a Dream

38m 36s

"Akelarre, the Construction of a Dream" is a documentary that tells the realization of one of the great concerns of chef Pedro Subijana, the construction of a hotel around his famous three-star Michelin restaurant, Akelarre.

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Mies on Scene. Barcelona in Two Acts

57m 53s

The Barcelona Pavilion, the masterpiece with which Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich staged their revolutionary ideas in 1929, changed the History of architecture forever. It only existed for eight months but paradoxically its image was always alive in the minds of generations of architects around the world, becoming one of his greatest influences.

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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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La Pemba torna a Goli

53m 16s

Pemba is a Himalayan Sherpa, however, she has never climbed a mountain; she is a folk singer who fled Nepal years ago due to the civil war in the 1990s, and that now has a new life in Spain. Twenty years later, Pemba decides to return to her hometown, Goli, a tiny village located in the heart of the Himalayas to organize a concert and discover what remains of the paradise where she grew up.

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Gallo

1h 12m

Gallo lost his sight in a fateful accident while he was surfing. He was 39 years old. Far from giving up, he went back to surfing again and in 2016 he has won the World Adaptive Surfing Championship. Gallo wants to prove that people with disabilities can take any challenge they set themselves, and he will face one of the most difficult and dangerous challenges of his life: surfing a big wave.

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Gallo

1h 12m

Gallo lost his sight in a fateful accident while he was surfing. He was 39 years old. Far from giving up, he went back to surfing again and in 2016 he has won the World Adaptive Surfing Championship. Gallo wants to prove that people with disabilities can take any challenge they set themselves, and he will face one of the most difficult and dangerous challenges of his life: surfing a big wave.

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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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El Círculo

16m 22s

David just moved into his new apartment when he receives an unexpected visit from two neighbours. What at first seems like a mere courtesy call soon reveals itself to be something more sinister.

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Deconstruyendo a Dani García

1h 12m

Dani Garcia, one of the best chefs in Spain, find himself and his career in a critical juncture. In January 2014, his restaurant closes, he is a chef without restaurant. The Michelin stars and his credibility are at stake.

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Ciudad sin Sueño

20m 16s

"A City Without Dreams" takes place between Beirut (Lebanon) and Aleppo (Syria) and talks about the lost dreams of an entire Syrian generation in these two cities.

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Bihar Dok 13

1h 13m

At the Basque Culinary Center, 5 young talented students of cutting-edge gastronomy from all over the world will go back to the past to create the menu Bihar dok 13. They will travel to 1966 to discover the decade that would change everything in Basque culture. With five special events, we will discover the movements Gaur, Ez dok amairu and the spiritual father of the BCC, the Basque Nouvelle Cuisine.

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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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Alterations

18m 34s

Alterations is a short comedy that follows J, an adolescent trans woman previously known as Jesus, as she sets out to reconnect with her amnesic mother for the first time presenting as a woman.

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All I Need is a Ball

24m 29s

Paloma Pujol, tired of being the only freestyler woman in Spain, challenges herself to open the female category in the Spanish Football Freestyle Championship, but she needs at least four more girls to achieve her goal.

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All I Need is a Ball

24m 29s

Paloma Pujol, tired of being the only freestyler woman in Spain, challenges herself to open the female category in the Spanish Football Freestyle Championship, but she needs at least four more girls to achieve her goal.

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Tokyo Toy Guy 2

1h 43m

Tokyo Toy Guy 2 is a deep story of finding out the ultra rare Japanese vintage Batman toys from 1960s & 70s. An exclusive phone interview with Manga Legend, Jiro Kuwata who drew Japanese Batman in 1966, and witnessing the original art he drew after 47years.

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Tokyo Toy Guy

1h 25m

“Tokyo Toy Guy” is a Story of one passionate Vintage Batman Toy collector visiting world’s top Batman Collectors around the world, from Manchester to Singapore. Revealing the most anticipated memorabilia of all time. Finding out the history of Batman toys mainly from 1940s to 1970s.

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Tokyo Toy Guy

1h 25m

“Tokyo Toy Guy” is a Story of one passionate Vintage Batman Toy collector visiting world’s top Batman Collectors around the world, from Manchester to Singapore. Revealing the most anticipated memorabilia of all time. Finding out the history of Batman toys mainly from 1940s to 1970s.

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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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Endless Roads

51m 45s

The visual chronicle of a road trip through Spain, 15 days, 4,300 kilometers, 7 girls, 21 longboards, and lots of fun. Because this is it: freedom, life, friendship and of course ... skate!

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Bricks in Motion

1h 27m

BRICKS IN MOTION is a feature length documentary that explores the lives of people involved in the hobby of creating stop-motion animated films with LEGO® bricks and other building toys. Filmed in five countries around the world, the film is a journey through the creative life and struggles of a diverse community of storytellers as they bring their spectacular visions to life.

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Hélène Berr: A Young Woman in Occupied Paris

52m 19s

April 1942, Hélène Berr, a 21-year-old student and a brilliant violonist, begins keeping a journal. She tells with great accuracy about the noose tightening: having to wear the yellow star, the Vel d’Hiv roundup, the daily consequences of the anti-Jewish law passed by the Vichy Government. Arrested with her parents, detained in the camp of Drancy and deported to Auchwitz on March 27th 1944, Hélène died in Bergen-Belsen at the age of 24.

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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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Pichuco

1h 21m

A teacher of the School of Popular Music in Avellaneda, together with his students, is digitizing around 500 original handwritten arrangements that are kept from Aníbal "Pichuco" Troilo orchestra. Through interviews to musicians from different generations and styles, this documentary makes a musical tour through the work of one of the most fundamental characters in the history of Tango and Argentine music.

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Lovestruck

1h 34m

Ángel Peláez is very jealous man. Ever since he lost his arm in an accident and with the arm his job as a waiter in the Ritz Hotel, he imagines the whole day that Reme, his wife, betrays him with most of the men she gets in contact with.

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Dog's Night

1h 22m

Enzo works in a residential parking garage that takes a luxury car to hang out and persuades his friend Richard to go with him. But, the car’s owner is a violent mobster that turns their night into a nightmare, even though they just want to have fun.

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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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Roaring Abyss

1h 26m

If you go out around music bars and venues in Addis Ababa, you will enjoy a very characteristic scene, but if you want to get an idea of the different sounds from the country, you will get a very narrow view of it; in some places some Amhara or Gurage music may be found but... what about the rest?

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Roaring Abyss

1h 26m

If you go out around music bars and venues in Addis Ababa, you will enjoy a very characteristic scene, but if you want to get an idea of the different sounds from the country, you will get a very narrow view of it; in some places some Amhara or Gurage music may be found but... what about the rest?

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ReMine. El último movimiento obrero

1h 41m

More than four thousand miners go on an indefinite strike against the historic cuts imposed by country's government. Daily protest begin: roadblocks, stay-downs, pitched battles, rallies, demonstrations, a march on Madrid”. But nothing is as before, not even the representatives of the last working class movement.

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Office 32

1h 00m

Six Middle-Aged women are learning to live with chronic pain and the associated symptoms of Fibromyalgia (FMS), but nothing compares to living with the shame that comes with this gender specific illness. In a general context of suspicion they live misdiagnosed, overmedicated and accused of exaggerating and faking their disease, but when they meet Dr. Palop and his team of humanist doctors things start to change.

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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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New Voices In an Old Flower

1h 09m

“It was visionary, the awakening of a new era”, says Amha Eshete, the Ethiopian musical producer in the days of Swingin’Addis, the golden age. Recordings made between the 50s and the 80s, the Ethiopian music publications that crossed borders; while the contemporary musical scene of Addis Ababa remains practically unknown to the world. Music in Addis Ababa expresses everyday life and the processes of transformation in the city.

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Memory and Beyond

1h 14m

Sara Rus is a survivor of the Shoah and Mother of Plaza de Mayo. Her mission is to keep the memory alive. Her granddaughter wonders what to do with her grandmother's memories and experiences, what is the exact distance to the past, what to do with that legacy.

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Health Undocumented (Salud sin papeles)

1h 24m

Sparked by backlash to a neo-Nazi rally and a stream of strict anti-immigrant laws passing in the state of Arizona, a group of activists organizes to build Phoenix Allies for Community Health, a unique free clinic serving undocumented immigrants. The film follows their journey, delves into the heart and history of the clinic, and chronicles the poignant stories of undocumented patients as well as their courage and resilience.

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Gaza

18m 40s

Through various characters we know the violation of human rights suffered daily by the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip and the situation of blockade and postwar for which it tries to survive. All this in the face of the complicity of the international community and the impunity of Israel.

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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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