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Hope and Wire (directed by Gaylene Preston) is a compelling docu-drama about the 2010/2011 Christchurch, New Zealand earthquakes. more

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A London council worker (John May), who leads a careful and quiet life, has the unusual job of locating the next of kin for the unclaimed dead, and for those with no kin, he creates ceremonies and narratives based on items from their homes. more

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In Everything Will Be (directed by Julia Kwan), the story flips between the old and the new of Vancouver's fast-changing Chinatown, with the focus on the rich community of characters that live and work there. more

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In Looking for the Light: Jane Bown (about British photographer Jane Bown), we get to see her portraits of some of the world’s most famous faces like Samuel Beckett, Bertrand Russell, Mick Jagger, the Queen and more. more

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Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America (directed by Rodrigo H. Vila) chronicles the life and achievements of Mercedes Sosa, an Argentinian singer whose funeral in 2009 provoked a mass outpouring of grief that included the declaration of three day more

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An unhappy Taiwanese woman living in a worn and grimy apartment with her daughter, who rarely comes home, and her unresponsive husband, who works in another city, finds comfort in a strange relationship. more

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A rich but decadent family spirals downward toward bankruptcy while the teenage son (Jean) breaks out of the overprotected family cocoon and steps into the world of social, racial and economic diversity in chaotic Rio de Janeiro. more

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The film Walking Under Water (directed by Eliza Kubarska) centers around two members of the Badjao tribe of sea nomads in the Sulu and Celebes sea. more

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In economics, monopsony is the condition where there is one buyer for many sellers so that the purchaser can dictate terms to its suppliers. This is the big word used and the big situation described in Food Chains (directed by Sanjay Rawal). more

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A cartoon for an adult audience: a Brazilian boy takes a kaleidoscopic voyage into the modern world more

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