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Resurrecting Hassan

All blind from birth, Denis, Peggy and their daughter Lauviah, are haunted by the tragic death of Hassan, the family’s second child, painfully seek redemption. Convinced that their son will soon be back by their sides, this tenacious family of three seek to transcend their suffering in order to attain peace.

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God Knows Where I Am

For nearly four months during one of New Hampshire’s coldest winters on record, Linda Bishop, holed up in a farm house, survived on apples and rain water, waiting for God to save her.

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The Loving Story

A racially-charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this documentary about Richard and Mildred Loving, set during the turbulent Civil Rights era.

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Down the Deep, Dark Web

A Gonzo-style exploration which goes beyond everything you’ve ever learnt about the dangers of the Darknet. Hackers, cypherpunks and cryptoanarchists guide us ever deeper down this rabbit hole, uncovering the hidden light at the bottom of the deep dark web.

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Landfill Harmonic

“Landfill Harmonic” follows the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a Paraguayan musical group that plays instruments made entirely out of garbage.

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City 40

Behind the walls of a forbidden city, the only thing more dangerous than its secrets is the truth.

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Tempestad

Two women, their voices echoing over the landscape and highways of Mexico from North to South, as they tell how official corruption and injustice allowed violence to take control of their lives, desires and dreams. An emotional and evocative journey, steeped not only in loss and pain, but also in love, dignity and resistance.

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Snow Monkey

Snow Monkey is an epic portrait of daily life in Jalalabad, where art activist Gittoes recruited gangs of war-damaged children to shoot local, Pashto-style films: vibrant, colorful and infused with the violence they experience on a daily basis.

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Notes on Blindness

After decades of steady deterioration, writer and academic John Hull became
totally blind. He begins keeping a diary on audio-cassette. On these tapes John
maps his journey through a world without faces; a world without day and night or
the seasons; a shadowland that threatens to engulf not only precious memories of
his wife and children but the life they share.

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The Hard Stop

In August 2011 29 year old Mark Duggan was shot and killed whilst being arrested by armed police in Tottenham. This incident ignited a riot that escalated into a week of the worst civil unrest in recent British history.

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