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History Films

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A Screaming Man

A Screaming Man

A former swimming champion selfishly puts his welfare above his son during the Chadian revolution, and out of guilt, regrets his decision.

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Afterimage

Afterimage

A story of a well-known Polish avant-garde painter who opposed the Stalinist social realistic styleand maintained his own artistic freedom in spite of political obstacles.

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Anytown, USA

Anytown, USA

Three candidates, two blind Politicians, one Race. Anytown, USA follows a tightly run race in the small town of Bogota, New Jersey and resonates as an all-too-familiar look at partisan politics in our...

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August the First

August the First

Tunde's family throws him a graduation party, but they have no idea that he has arranged for his estranged father to attend.

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Bosch: The Garden of Dreams

Bosch: The Garden of Dreams

A mystery within a mystery, the painting “The Garden of Delights” is the most famous and intriguing work by Hieronymus Bosch.

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For a Woman

For a Woman

On the death of her mother, Anne makes an unsettling discovery: an old photo will cast doubt on her very origins, as she uncovers a mysterious uncle her parents welcomed into their lives after World W...

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Francesco

Francesco

Based on Herman Hesse's Francis of Assisi, FRANCESCO, starring Mickey Rourke and Helena Bonham Carter, paints an intimate portrait of St. Francis, one of the most beloved, influential and compl...

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Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask

Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask

FRANTZ FANON: BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASK tells the story of the life and work of the highly influential anti-colonialist writer Frants Fanon.

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Hitler's Children

Hitler's Children

A documentary looking into the lives of the descendants of the top Nazi officials who worked under Hitler's command.

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I Am the Blues

I Am the Blues

From juke joints to church halls, up the mountain and down to the bayou, I AM THE BLUES travels the back roads with the last of the blues legends.

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In Country

In Country

With striking historical accuracy, rare archival footage and a deeply personal inspection on the effects of PTSD, In Country artfully activates the similarities between past wars and the military conf...

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Karl Marx City

Karl Marx City

25 years after the collapse of the GDR, filmmaker Petra Epperlein returns to the proletarian Oz of her childhood to find the truth about her late father’s suicide and his rumored Stasi past.

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Line 41

Line 41

LINE 41 documents a Holocaust and Lodz Ghetto survivor's return back to today's Lodz (Poland)

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Lines of Wellington

Lines of Wellington

This lavish, star-studded epic set during the great Napoleonic Wars chronicles the lives of both the nobility and the poor against a tapestry of love affairs, deceit, intrigue and violence.

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Men Go to Battle

Men Go to Battle

A historical epic of intimate proportions, Men Go to Battle is a tale of fraternal dysfunction amid the backdrop of the Civil War.

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Papirosen

Papirosen

An intimate family portrait fashioned from over 200 hours of footage shot over a decade.

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Protektor

Protektor

A Czech journalist joins a Prague radio station that broadcasts Nazi propaganda in order to protect his Jewish wife.

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Revolution: New Art for a New World

Revolution: New Art for a New World

Artists like Chagall, Kandinsky and Malevich--pioneers flourished in response to the challenge of building a new art for a new world, only to be broken by implacable authority after 15 short years and...

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Secrets of War

Secrets of War

With the war escalating around them, three friends in a Nazi-occupied village find their bond put to the test as secrets are revealed and loyalty is challenged.

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The Marquise of O...

The Marquise of O...

Legendary filmmaker Eric Rohmer adapts Heinrich von Kleist’s epic tale of virtue and mistaken identity in this 1976 Cannes Film Festival Special Jury Prize winner

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Theeb

Theeb

Arabia, 1916. A young Bedouin boy named Theeb ("Wolf") ventures on a treacherous journey across the desert, encountering mercenaries, revolutionaries and raiders as he tries to survive and live up to ...

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Wondrous Boccaccio

Wondrous Boccaccio

In the 13th century, 10 children escape an outbreak of the black death and seek shelter in the countryside. To pass the time, each child tells a story that helps them cope with the uncertainties of li...

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