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You Should See It, But Can You Trust It? A Review of Drafthouse Films' THE AMBASSADOR

Mads Brugger’s 2011 documentary The Ambassador is fascinating,funny and disturbing. You should see it—but it’s also terrible and I don’t trust it. And when you’re done being entertained, you shouldn’t trust it either. 808 more words

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'The Ambassador' screening at Stranger Lagos this Sunday

Blink Studios, Goethe Institut, Lagos, and Stranger will be screening ‘The Ambassador’ this Sunday.


Directed by Mads Brugger, the documentary film is about Danish film-maker and Journalist Mads Brugger goes undercover as a Liberian Ambassador to embark on a dangerous yet hysterical journey to uncover the blood diamond trade in Africa. 20 more words


[Postponed to Next Year] Screening: The Ambassador by Mads Brugger, Oct. 31 2014 @ Docubox Offices

Date: October 31, 2014
Venue: Docubox Offices
Time: 6.30-8.30 pm

In his new stunt documentary, “The Ambassador,” the Danish journalist and filmmaker Mads Brugger impersonates a European adventurer seeking his fortune in Africa.

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Review: Marmato (Grieco, 2014) - Sundance 2014

Marmato covers the fate of a small Colombian mining town when foreign investment begins to flow in and international companies start to displace the local gold miners and their centuries old small-scale mining traditions. 220 more words


The Ambassador

The Ambassador is a Danish documentary that sees its star, and director posing as a Liberian diplomat to smuggle diamonds out of the Central African Republic. 104 more words

5 Stars

The Red Chapel


“A journalist with no scruples, a spastic, and a comedian travels to North Korea with a mission – to challenge the conditions of the smile in one of the world’s most notorious regimes.”  61 more words

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The Red Chapel - A Powerful Documentary of North Korea

Release Date: December 29, 2010 (IFC Center)
Genre: Documentary | Comedy
Cast: Mads Brügger, Simon Jul Jørgensen and Jacob Nossell
Director: Mads Brügger
MPAA: N/A… 75 more words