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Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Chauvet Cave, in southern France, is the home of cave paintings dating back as far as 32,000 years ago. Once a year, a small group of specialists in various fields is allowed entrance for a few weeks to study the cave. 581 more words

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On TV: THE WAR TO BE HER

Coming to PBS’s POV today, Monday, July 23:
THE WAR TO BE HER

Director:
Erin Heidenreich

Premiere:
Toronto 2016 (under original title GIRL UNBOUND: THE WAR TO BE HER) 109 more words

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THE CLEANERS

Hans Block & Moritz Riesweick

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The Cleaners┬áconcerns itself with the shadows working behind our screens; the undercurrent of toxic debris kept deliberately below the surface, and the exploited ‘content moderators’ employed to keep it there.

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Uncle Saddam

Laugh along at the horror of Saddam and his tyranny of terror over the Iraqi people. With an unexpectedly twisted sense of humor, director Joel Soler assembles this footage risking life and limb while following Saddam Hussein around Iraq. 27 more words

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Three Waves

On a beach in Flakstad – Lofoten, three likeminded friends run a surf shop. Their goal is to share their passion for water sports.

Three Waves is a short documentary which portrays three instructors who work for Schibevaag Adventure located in the heart of Lofoten. 62 more words

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New book! Soundings: documentary film and the listening experience

We are delighted today to announce the publication of our newest book, a beautifully written collection edited by Geoffrey Cox and John Corner:

Soundings: documentary film and the listening experience… 435 more words

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