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Story of 3 Girls

1h 47m

The story of three girls, each with their ambition and dreams: Shahira who dreams of wealth and fame without caring about principles, Amal the secretary who wants to marry her boss, although he's married and has a family and Raja who tries to learn from the experiences of her friends.

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Waverider

1h 02m

In the early 90′s, a photograph of a young boy dropping in on a huge unknown wave made the cover of Surfing Life. The photograph became iconic. 20 years later, the Fijian surfer the world had never heard of, earned the chance to compete against the best surfer the world has ever seen. This is his story.

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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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The Perseus Survivor

54m 46s

The documentary drama tells the story of the only man who survived the wreckage of the World War II Submarine HMS Perseus, which sank unnoticed in 1941. With the help of a team of historians, famous underwater wrecks researcher, writer and professional diver Richie Kohler tries to understand why a simple submariner got involved in the transportation of a secret cargo as part of the high-end spy games between the Axis and the Alliance.

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The Perseus Survivor

54m 46s

The documentary drama tells the story of the only man who survived the wreckage of the World War II Submarine HMS Perseus, which sank unnoticed in 1941. With the help of a team of historians, famous underwater wrecks researcher, writer and professional diver Richie Kohler tries to understand why a simple submariner got involved in the transportation of a secret cargo as part of the high-end spy games between the Axis and the Alliance.

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Shoot the Pier

22m 23s

Shoot the Pier, a true Maine surf story. A story about a generation of surfers that needs to be told. The film takes us to a time and place were the waves were undiscovered and a culture was misunderstood.

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Cerulean Blue

1h 12m

An introvert's urgent road trip to reclaim his lost love is derailed when he meets a free-spirited woman who challenges all of his ideals

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Desert

1h 21m

Desert is the story of Jenny, pregnant and abandoned by her boyfriend on their wedding day and increasingly isolated as she is rejected by the people around her.

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Sunakali

50m 46s

Mugu in Western Nepal is one of the least developed regions in Nepal. According to the 2011 Nepal Census, 90% of women in Mugu are illiterate. Sunakali Budha, a 13 year-old girl saw football for the first time in 2011 and in less than three years time she has become a star in her village.

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Sunakali

50m 46s

Mugu in Western Nepal is one of the least developed regions in Nepal. According to the 2011 Nepal Census, 90% of women in Mugu are illiterate. Sunakali Budha, a 13 year-old girl saw football for the first time in 2011 and in less than three years time she has become a star in her village.

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Boxing For Freedom

54m 59s

Sadaf Rahimi is the best female boxer in Afghanistan, but she must deal with her country’s traditions, fear and her own fate in order to be a free woman. Sadaf and her sister Shabnam joined the newly created women’s boxing team at the age of 13, when they returned to their country after being refugees in Iran.

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Boxing For Freedom

54m 59s

Sadaf Rahimi is the best female boxer in Afghanistan, but she must deal with her country’s traditions, fear and her own fate in order to be a free woman. Sadaf and her sister Shabnam joined the newly created women’s boxing team at the age of 13, when they returned to their country after being refugees in Iran.

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Best Tricks

53m 09s

At only 21 years old, Louis Boniface is one of the best slackliners in the world. The film Best Tricks tells the story of a challenge that the young athlete has set for himself: Achieve a world first, a triple backflip rotation on a slackline.This unique dive into Louis Boniface’s daily life highlights the different stages of his physical and mental struggle against gravity, falls, and pain... We discover a sensitive, disciplined young man, determined to do anything he can to make history.

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Death Penality

1h 39m

Death Penalty is a documentary film about the most spectacular police case in the history of Chile. A group of psychopaths murdered and raped, terrorizing an entire country. The story captures the evolution of a criminal mind that developed and expressed itself during the military government in the 1980s.

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Rodrigo Rosenberg

1h 27m

A murder story, a love story and a thriller. In May 2009, Rodrigo Rosenberg, a wealthy, charismatic lawyer went cycling near his home in Guatemala City and was murdered. Nothing unusual there: Guatemala has a murder rate four times higher than Mexico's, worse in fact than Iraq's for civilians during the war. What was extraordinary is that Rosenberg knew, for certain, he was about to be killed.

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3 Days

27m 59s

3 Days – Nias’ is the story of UK and British Champion Luke Dillon and the “”Century Swell or Muzza Swell”" that hit Nias, Indonesia for three epic days on 28th, 29th and 30th June 2015. Some of the heaviest barrels on the planet exploded onto the Indonesian reef and this film explores Nias, the wave and culminates in ’3 Days’ of pumping waves and heavy barrels from some of the worlds best surfers.

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Boys School

1h 26m

Abuse, rape, and murder, all to reform our youth. Boys School is the harrowing tale of a group of men that experienced unspeakable horrors at the infamous Dozier School for boys, in Marianna, Florida. After nearly 50 years in silence these men, along with a brave reporter serving as the narrator, tell their story.

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Come On In We're Dead

1h 26m

The true story of the The Young Brothers Massacre, 1932. The record for the most lawmen shot dead in the history of the United States. 10 cops and one civilian in Springfield, Missouri went to arrest 2 small-time gangsters known as The Young Brothers. The young men (Harry, 25 and Jennings, 30) had been on the run for the murder of a town marshall 3 years earlier.

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Eldorado

1h 20m

ELDORADO is a story like no other as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets the wild west when two Las Vegas entertainers end up in the town of Eldorado. Watch Peter O'Toole guide you through this story as the horror engulfs our heroes. Will they be eaten alive by the town's occupants or will they manage to escape? With Michael Madsen giving chase as the local hoodlum. Steve Guttenberg as the crooked manager along with Rik Mayall as the cannibal chef. You'll die laughing...

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The Other Man

52m 19s

It could have been a bloodbath of historic proportions. But instead, one man made the end of apartheid possible. In February 1990, President F.W. de Klerk lifted the ban on the African National Congress and ordered the release of Nelson Mandela. As the world celebrated, Mandela would go on to become South Africa’s first democratically elected president - with de Klerk as his Vice President. But de Klerk’s history is complicated.

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A Man in Our House

2h 29m

Ibrahim succeeds in assassinating the prime minister who cooperates with colonialism, he escapes after being arrested and takes refuge in the house of his university colleague, Mohi, who has no political activity, and the family reluctantly accepts having him.

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Dream of the future S2 Ep8 - HERITAGE

48m 15s

Our cultural heritage is one of humanity’s most precious assets: how can we pass it on to the Future? It’s a crucial challenge: sharing it with the greatest number but also help it stand up against threats of destruction. New technologies and virtual reality open up unprecedented perspectives, like that of a digital memory.

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The mysteries of the Holy Sepulchre

52m 23s

The historicity of Jesus Christ and his Resurrection has always been the subject of heated debates between atheists and believers, scientists, and religious people. There are, however, extraordinary findings to which even the most skeptical look

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Secret Towns - Piriapolis

30m 28s

This beautiful city of Uruguay, that signs the border between the banks of La Plata river and the sea ones, was created by a pioneer who, along its shores, saw the path of spiritual evolution and energetic connection with the Universe. Its founder was Fra

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The Mystery of the Holy House

50m 14s

An exclusive investigation on one of the most fascinating and controversial mysteries of Christianity: the translation of the Holy house of Virgin Mary from Nazareth to Loreto, in Italy.

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Mary Magdalene - The secrets revealed

45m 59s

Mary Magdalene, the faithful disciple of Jesus. She is one of the most important female figures in the Bible, resigned for centuries to the role of a repentant prostitute. According to an ancient tradition she died in France

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The Quest of the Dead Sea Scrolls

50m 43s

The archaeological discovery of the twentieth century. The most ancient Biblical texts in the world. Seventy years after their recovery, the Dead Sea Scrolls are still a thought-provoking matter of debate.Who wrote those scrolls?

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Mary Magdalene - The secrets revealed

45m 59s

Mary Magdalene, the faithful disciple of Jesus. She is one of the most important female figures in the Bible, resigned for centuries to the role of a repentant prostitute. According to an ancient tradition she died in France

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Black Sunday

42m 08s

A detailed report of the Holocaust in Romania. During World War II, two trains were loaded with Jews. Where they will be taken? To their deaths. Four survivors of Romanian Holocaust tell us what happened in Iasi during the Pogrom, a horror which took place on June 29, 1941. Over 13,000 people died in that single day, a day which has become known as Black Sunday in remembrance of those who lost their lives.

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

6m 59s

French Painter (1864-1901). Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a French painter, printmaker, draughtsman and illustrator whose immersion in the colourful and theatrical life of Paris in the late 1800s yielded a collection of exciting, elegant and provocative images of the modern and sometimes decadent life of those times. Toulouse-Lautrec, along with Cézanne, Van Gogh and Gauguin, are among the most well-known painters of the Post-Impressionist period.

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Australia's Wonderful Wildlife

14m 13s

Kangaroos, koalas, dingoes and platypus just a few of the uniquely Australian wildlife species that call Australia home. See them in their natural habitat when you watch Australia's Wonderful Wildlife.

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Australia's Most Beautiful Birds

13m 59s

Australia is a country with a huge population of birds, some 800 species in fact. The variety is endless, from tiny honey eaters to the large emu and cassowary. Watch some amazing footage of just some of Australia's most beautiful birds.

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Australia's Camel Man

26m 05s

Afghan Willie explores the outback on his camel train, the limestone formations, the Pinnacles, of Western Australia, The Spirit of Aviation in Bundaberg, with a memorial to aviator Bert Hinkler.

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Australia's Camel Man

26m 05s

Afghan Willie explores the outback on his camel train, the limestone formations, the Pinnacles, of Western Australia, The Spirit of Aviation in Bundaberg, with a memorial to aviator Bert Hinkler.

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Wonders of Victoria

23m 14s

From Portland with its tuna fishing and swimming with seals. To Bendigo and its vintage trams. Also MILDURA and the mighty Murray River and its paddle steamers. To Falls Creek and yoga in the snow. As well, West Wyalong: historic wool sheds, sunset on Lake Cowal.

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Australia's Wonderful Wildlife

14m 13s

Kangaroos, koalas, dingoes and platypus just a few of the uniquely Australian wildlife species that call Australia home. See them in their natural habitat when you watch Australia's Wonderful Wildlife.

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Australia's Most Beautiful Birds

13m 59s

Australia is a country with a huge population of birds, some 800 species in fact. The variety is endless, from tiny honey eaters to the large emu and cassowary. Watch some amazing footage of just some of Australia's most beautiful birds.

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Tokyo, Japan

5m 28s

Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.Visit Japan and its bustling capital, Tokyo. Scotty shows us various traditions, food specialties and friendly people.

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Singapore, Asia

6m 05s

A lovely city, luxurious, clean and safe, how not to love Singapore ? Carolyne takes us to the Marina Bay Sands and Garden by the Bay and it is … wonderful !

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 2

50m 11s

Part 2 : The Trial of the Jesuits. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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Afghanistan 1979, the war that changed the world

57m 49s

40 years ago, in December 1979, Soviet troops entered Afghanistan. This was a pivotal event in the history of the 20th century; it launched Bin Laden and Al Qaeda… It was the war that changed the world. ... Despite its “limits”, the war lasted ten years and played a key role in the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Afghanistan 1979, the war that changed the world

57m 49s

40 years ago, in December 1979, Soviet troops entered Afghanistan. This was a pivotal event in the history of the 20th century; it launched Bin Laden and Al Qaeda… It was the war that changed the world. ... Despite its “limits”, the war lasted ten years and played a key role in the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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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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China, the empire of time - Episode 1

50m 13s

Part 1 : The Jesuits Conquering the Forbidden City. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 1

50m 13s

Part 1 : The Jesuits Conquering the Forbidden City. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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China, the empire of time - Episode 1

50m 13s

Part 1 : The Jesuits Conquering the Forbidden City. Matteo Ricci, a young Jesuit would be the first European to enter China at the end of the 16th century. Trained in geometry and algebra, he would soon discover that cosmology and the art of measuring time was at the very centre of Chinese civilization and imperial authority, the Emperor’s Mandate of Heaven.

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Double life, a short history of sex in the USSR

54m 53s

The young Soviet Union ushered in an era of sexual freedom: out with bourgeois conventions! But in the ensuing social chaos, the regime soon operated a U-turn, exalting the virtues of toiling for the glory of communism. Sexual activity had been relegated to its strict reproductive function. 70 years of communist rule through the prism of sexuality!

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Tokyo Trial : Judging Japan

56m 52s

The Tokyo Trial – or the "International Military Tribunal for the Far East" - had been convened in 1946 to prosecute the leaders of the Empire of Japan for war crimes. It was to be the Nuremberg trial of the Far East, decided upon by the Allies to avenge decades of misery and death. But it would prove to be divisive from the start, the more so, since each of the judges represented one of the nations which had been at war with Japan.

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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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ArtQuake. L'arte salvata

1h 02m

The condition of Italy is unique in the world: it has a priceless historical and artistic heritage and is at a high risk of earthquakes. ArtQuake looks at this exceptional situation, discussing in depth the relationship between human communities, natural phenomena and artistic creation: a relationship that is upset and reasserted by every earthquake.

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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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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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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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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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Visconti, Imagine Music

1h 00m

A journey through the milestones in Luchino Visconti’s artistic life with a particular focus on music. Even though they adored his works and still adore them, most viewers are unaware that music was a mainstay, not only of his theatrical production but also of the narrative structure of every film he directed. Every piece of music in his filmography has been rearranged and performed by a string quartet and the crucial relationship between music and image is analysed and studied by experts.

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THE CITY OF GOD favela

51m 40s

The Cidade de Deus, or City of God, has never had anything biblical about it apart from its name. The history of this favela in Rio de Janero has been marked by violence, poverty and drugs trafficking. In 2002, the eponymous film made it the best known favela in the world. But over the last 4 years, the City of God has been undergoing a minor revolution.

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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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Prehistoric Astronomers

57m 10s

On the walls of their caves, 17,000 years ago, the men of Cro-Magnon traced the first history of the sky and its stars. If Lascaux, the prehistoric Sistine Chapel, was first and foremost a temple dedicated to the celestial constellations. Crazy? Yet this is the demonstration that Chantal Jègues-Wolkiewiez, an ethnologist and astronomer, attempts. Between a police investigation and an astronomical tale, this film plunges us into the mists of time.

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Prehistoric Astronomers

57m 10s

On the walls of their caves, 17,000 years ago, the men of Cro-Magnon traced the first history of the sky and its stars. If Lascaux, the prehistoric Sistine Chapel, was first and foremost a temple dedicated to the celestial constellations. Crazy? Yet this is the demonstration that Chantal Jègues-Wolkiewiez, an ethnologist and astronomer, attempts. Between a police investigation and an astronomical tale, this film plunges us into the mists of time.

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Prehistoric Astronomers

57m 10s

On the walls of their caves, 17,000 years ago, the men of Cro-Magnon traced the first history of the sky and its stars. If Lascaux, the prehistoric Sistine Chapel, was first and foremost a temple dedicated to the celestial constellations. Crazy? Yet this is the demonstration that Chantal Jègues-Wolkiewiez, an ethnologist and astronomer, attempts. Between a police investigation and an astronomical tale, this film plunges us into the mists of time.

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Prehistoric Astronomers

57m 10s

On the walls of their caves, 17,000 years ago, the men of Cro-Magnon traced the first history of the sky and its stars. If Lascaux, the prehistoric Sistine Chapel, was first and foremost a temple dedicated to the celestial constellations. Crazy? Yet this is the demonstration that Chantal Jègues-Wolkiewiez, an ethnologist and astronomer, attempts. Between a police investigation and an astronomical tale, this film plunges us into the mists of time.

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THE CITY OF GOD favela

51m 40s

The Cidade de Deus, or City of God, has never had anything biblical about it apart from its name. The history of this favela in Rio de Janero has been marked by violence, poverty and drugs trafficking. In 2002, the eponymous film made it the best known favela in the world. But over the last 4 years, the City of God has been undergoing a minor revolution.

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Elvis Presley

48m 01s

Recognized by multiple generations, as well as a cross-section of society, Elvis Presley holds a permanent place in American and World music history. Elvis Presley is an American icon that ushered in a music revolution that triggered a global-scale cultural transformation. Elvis’s legacy is celebrated all around the world from Japan to Israel and from India to the England.

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Elvis Presley

48m 01s

Recognized by multiple generations, as well as a cross-section of society, Elvis Presley holds a permanent place in American and World music history. Elvis Presley is an American icon that ushered in a music revolution that triggered a global-scale cultural transformation. Elvis’s legacy is celebrated all around the world from Japan to Israel and from India to the England.

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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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GALILEE the forger and the expert

52m 40s

In 2005, an Italian, Massimo De Caro, succeeded in deceiving the rare-book world by offering for sale a remarkable copy of "Siderius Nuncius" signed by Galileo himself, dating from 1610 and containing four watercolours of the moon painted by the astronomer. The "Sidereus Nuncius" or "Starry Messenger" is certainly Gallileo’s most important work and a scientific revolution for the time.

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George Lucas

4m 19s

He created the most famous saga of films in the history of cinema. Discover the secrets behind George Lucas’s creativity.

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Ancient Grains - Sorghum

24m 59s

When you open your pantry, do images of the rugged mountains of South America, the colorful tablelands of Africa and the fertile river valleys of the Middle East dance before your eyes? If not, you have yet to discover amaranth, quinoa, spelt, kamut and teff, the quintet of nutritional powerhouses known as the ancient grains. The legends behind their origins many millennia past, their loss over time and their ultimate modern revival - literally tell the story of civilization.

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Welcome to Angkar

49m 43s

This documentary film tells the saga of Thell, a 28-year-old Cambodian, snatched from her home by the Khmer Rouge, and a survivor of the Cambodian genocide (1975-1979).The director uses the camera and a pencil to redraw these fragments of history, resurrecting them to recount the horrors endured and to fly the flag of freedom.

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The Codes of Chambord

52m 13s

500 years after it was built, this film tells a new story of the Castle of Chambord, showing the recent discoveries of two historians and revealing the secret codes hidden in the whole building.

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The Codes of Chambord

52m 13s

500 years after it was built, this film tells a new story of the Castle of Chambord, showing the recent discoveries of two historians and revealing the secret codes hidden in the whole building.

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Ancient Grains - Teff

24m 47s

When you open your pantry, do images of the rugged mountains of South America, the colorful tablelands of Africa and the fertile river valleys of the Middle East dance before your eyes? If not, you have yet to discover amaranth, quinoa, spelt, kamut and teff, the quintet of nutritional powerhouses known as the ancient grains. The legends behind their origins many millennia past, their loss over time and their ultimate modern revival - literally tell the story of civilization.

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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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The Codes of Chambord

52m 13s

500 years after it was built, this film tells a new story of the Castle of Chambord, showing the recent discoveries of two historians and revealing the secret codes hidden in the whole building.

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Relic Wine Hunters - The Land of the Cathars

44m 59s

In the deep south of France, a Mediterranean climate, fertile soil and wide skies kept bright blue by the Mistral winds that sweep in from the north make the perfect conditions growing wine. But a turbulent past haunts this beautiful land, plagued for centuries by religious, political and industrial upheaval, not to mention a deadly vine parasite that wiped out its vineyards.

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