Racing Hearts

Racing Hearts follows four unlikely teams on their epic journey to conquer the world’s largest relay race Hood to Coast. A celebration of personal determination and the power of family and friends, Racing Hearts proves that you’re never too old or too young to attempt the extraordinary.

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Rabbi Firer – A Reason to Question

About 150 medical patients a day seek an unbiased second opinion from an unusual rabbi, self-educated in medicine. He can change the way the patients are treated with a single phone call, often to world-renowned experts in their fields. Admired by some doctors and harshly criticized by others, he remains a fascinating phenomenon in the tangled web of modern medicine.

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Queen Mary

The story of a French pop group, born in the Parisian suburb of Gennevilliers, discovered by Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox (Eurythmics) who invited them to record in London. Their music expresses the feelings of the people who live on the periphery of the city, a sort of alienation of the individuals by their environment, the anonymous architecture of low-rent housing characteristic of the second half of the 20th century

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Precious Life

After Raida Abu-Mustafa is told she may have to bury her newborn child next to her two daughters, who died from a genetic disease in Gaza, Dr. Raz Somech, a young pediatrician at Tel Hashomer Medical Center, joins the fight to save the baby’s life

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No. 17

In June 2002, a bus on its way from Tel Aviv to Tiberius was bombed. Seventeen people were killed, 16 were identified. No. 17 wasn’t.

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Nine Years Later

When Danielle fled her husband to Israel she was forced to leave her young son behind in Morocco. Nine years later, she returns to the land of her birth in order to win back custody over the boy. As she confronts her abusive ex-husband’s family and her own family divided by the Jewish and Islamic religions, she is caught in a whirlwind of Israeli and Moroccan bureaucracy.

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Nikiwe

In South Africa, 15-year-old Nikiwe has to take care of her brothers. They live alone in their father’s house. Both parents have died, supposedly from AIDS. The children do not even have an ID or birth certificate. Without it, they are not eligible to get government support. They are left to the mercy of their neighbors.

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News from Home / News from House

Abandoned by its Palestinian owner in the 1948 war, requisitioned by the Israeli government as vacant, rented to Jewish Algerian immigrants in 1956 and purchased by a university professor who undertakes its transformation into a three-story house in 1980, this West Jerusalem building is no longer the microcosm it once was 25 years ago.

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Nero’s Guests

P. Sainath, the Rural Affairs Editor of the Hindu newspaper, has taken upon himself the mission to reveal the severe agrarian crisis India is experiencing, a crisis that is generally ignored in both the local and international media. In the past 10 years over 200,000 farmers committed suicide, many by drinking pesticide, as result of economic hardship following the effects of globalization on Indian agriculture

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My Sweet Canary

Roza Askenazi sang the way she lived, with passion, fire and love. This is the story of three young musicians from Greece, Turkey, and Israel, who embark on an exciting musical journey, to tell the story of Greece’s best-known and best-loved rebetiko singer for the first time on film.

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