Forty years after the Khmer rouge regime: Kim Hak, a young and talented Cambodian photographer looks for a new imaginary of his country. His career starts from some family pictures his mother hid underground before the war and retrieved just after the defeat of the Khmer rouge. Hak's images will take us to a new Cambodia, far from stereotypes.
Filmed with unprecedented access to unreleased archives and interviews with the musicians, friends and family closest to him, Burn The Place You Hide is the first time the extraordinary life of Thomas Hansen has been fully documented.
Airbnb has become a useful tool for millions, but some are not so enamoured with it. This documentary not only hears from those who have had nightmare experiences but also looks at the site's wider impact on rental markets and communities.
As politicians debate and argue, the men, women and children at the heart of the European immigration wave have found themselves caught in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. On the frontline is the Greek island of Lesvos – the first point of entry into Europe for over half of the refugees. One week at the end of August 2015 marked a tipping point in the crisis. More refugees arrived than ever before, volunteers were inundated and local infrastructure just couldn’t cope; trains were overflowing, refugees were dying in the back of lorries and on beaches, and politicians responded by closing borders and arguing about how to stem the tide of people. Filmed over just five days, this first-hand account of that dramatic week on Lesvos is seen through the eyes of the refugees and volunteers caught in the crisis.
24 October 2015, a nice day in autumn in a nice landscape. A crowd of refugees and migrants accompanied by soldiers and police officers make their way from the Schengen border between Slovenia and Croatia towards the refugee camp in Brežice. Suddenly, the landscape starts to appear less nice than it was.
A short documentary that follows the overnight Internet fame of Kelvin Peña, a charismatic teenager from rural Pennsylvania, who went viral in 2016 after befriending a group of wild deer. You may never look at powdered donuts and Pringles the same way again. - See more at: https://www.turner.com/pressroom/super-deluxe-presents-deer-squad-sundance#sthash.W3LBrCkn.dpuf
Best of the 2009 convention, including the Airbus A-380 ~ WhiteKnightTwo ~ Red Bull Helicopter ~ the Erickson Air-Crane ~Meet AirVenture’s “Air Boss” ~ Sully Sullenberger and Jeff Skiles ~ Performance by Jeff Dunham ~ Opening Concert by the Doobie Brothers ~ Appearance of American Chopper TV Crew ~ Elvis the Erickson Aircrane Helicopter ~ reunion of the Concorde ~ greatest air show pilots in the worlds ~ and the world’s best Homebuilt, War bird, Vintage, Light plane, and Aerobatic aircraft and much more including several bonus features.
Audiovisual notes on the individual and the state. The film utilizes various forms of found material to create an association between verbal and audiovisual quotes which explores historical concepts of cinema, art and politics.
We are in it features visceral scenes from the everyday lives of Karla, Serges, Hussein, Nancy and Tutu. For all of them, Houston is their common space of struggle, pleasure, and shelter. For them, Houston is a second, third or even fourth city of residence, both home and metropolis of hostility. Here, they are safe, restless, part of a diaspora that struggles to find meaning beyond labels of foreigner, immigrant, undocumented, alien, and refugee.
Documentary on the problem of the use of weapons in the hands of civilians. The central story is that of the Marcenac family, that after their son Alfredo was murdered by "El tirador de Belgrano", they initiate a fight to make sure guns are not in the hands of civilians without the indicated controls.