Category Documentary

Making Waves- The Art of Cinematic Sound

A journey through history, craft and the emotional power of cinema sound, as legendary sound designers and visionary directors reveal, through interviews, clips and a look at works still in progress...

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Foster

An overview of the inner workings of the Department of Children and Family (DCFS) of Los Angeles County...

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State of Pride

A documentary that focuses on how the Pride was received by ordinary people on an anthropological and social journey in the United States of America. Through interviews Raymond Braun, known in the YouTube environment, moves into the road movie style, from one area to another in the United States, looking for answers on the subject and asks the people he meets to have their say on the Pride. The resulting picture is an evolution in the perception of the Pride that in the last 50 years is very evident and returns a varied and different America in certain aspects. Shooting intentionally lasts many months and covers long distances crossing not only geographical boundaries...

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Penguins

They are funny, harmless, immediately recognizable. They live in a hostile world and their purpose in life is to find a partner, reproduce and live with the family for the rest of their days. With these characteristics of a family animal, to which is added the phisique du rôle as a star of the silent, it is not surprising that the penguin is among the most beloved animals in the cinema. Whether it’s documentaries, live action films or animation, the black and white livery of the bird that doesn’t know how to fly has always been synonymous with tenderness, determination and success at the box office, from Mary Poppins to Penguins, the last born of Disneynature expected soon at Cinema. But it is the early 2000s that marked the beginning of the era of the cine-penguin, with the 2001 documentary The migrant people by Jacques Perrin and especially with the hit La marcia dei pinguini (2005) by Luc Jacquet, Oscar in 2006 as best documentary, followed in 2017 by The March of the Penguins – The call...

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The Inventor- Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

“Inventor” is the story of Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of Theranos...

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Fahrenheit 11/9

While the city of New York was already celebrating Mrs. Clinton, and despite the trumpeted preference of three quarters of Americans for the democratic program, on November 9th 2016 a publicly racist, classist and misogynist man was elected president of the United States of America and privately ambiguous named Donald Trump...

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Black Mother

From red-light districts to lush rainforests, the film is a loving and lyrical ode to Jamaica and its people, a visual poem that is both a heartfelt love letter and a street prayer...

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Hail Satan?

Apparently, this is an organized group of worshippers of Satan, who made parents throw children’s games Dungeons & Dragons and play records in the 1980s to expose hidden messages...

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Rocketman

It is the eternal problem of musical biopics: is it possible to have a 100% sincere portrait, in the highs as in the bass, when is it a band mate or a relative of the protagonist of the biography to produce or co-produce? In fact in cases where the image that emerges from the musician is anything but sweetened – like Jimi: All Is by My Side on Jimi Hendrix – the production is forced to renounce the rights to the original songs of the artist...

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Andre the Giant

Mythical Wrestling wrestler, showman, film actor, André the Giant was a figure literally bigger than life and entered the collective imagination, at least in the Western one...

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