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Among The Believers

An unsettling and eye opening exploration into the spread of the radical Islamic school Red Mosque in Pakistan, which trains legions of children to devote their lives to jihad, or holy war, from a very young age.

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Life Is Sacred

The fearless Colombian philosopher-politician-teacher Antanas Mockus and his followers struggle for peace in a country with the longest running internal conflict in the world.
This is a story about 4 years and a life time that changed a country. And how learning to lose patiently might make you win.

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The Oligarchs’ Wives – Russia, Rubles, and Love

The dream of marrying rich can turn into a horrible nightmare, as some oligarchs’ wives have found out. Director Alexander Gentelev (“Oligarchs”, “Thieves by Law”, “Putin’s Games”) once again achieves amazing access to a hidden Russian world as he meets women before, during, and after their time as a trophy spouse.

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Khodorkovsky’s Return

The film explores how Michail Khodorkovsky struggles with his new freedom, after 10 prison years. Will the ex-Oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky rise again – prevent a war, dethrone Putin – and help change Russia for the better?

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Invasion

Invasión, an eye-opening documentary about the U.S. military siege of Panama that ousted dictator Manuel Noriega 25 years ago while wreaking untold collateral
damage. By turns sardonic and harrowing, Invasión sets out to shatter the willful amnesia of a country all too eager to bury its troubled past.

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War of Lies

War of Lies is the story of an Iraqi refugee, whose information about portable weapons of mass destruction passed through the hands of the BND, MI6 and CIA. This information was ultimately used by the US government to legitimize the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Today we know the war was based on a lie.

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The Look of Silence

The Look of Silence is Joshua Oppenheimer’s powerful companion piece to the Oscar®-nominated The Act of Killing. Through Oppenheimer’s footage of perpetrators of the 1965 Indonesian genocide, a family of survivors discovers how their son was murdered, as well as the identities of the killers. This unprecedented film initiates and bears witness to the collapse of fifty years of silence.

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Years of Blood

Marking Lebanon in August of 2006 as both the starting and ending point, this film takes us through the bloody terrain of the Middle East over the past six years.

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Total Denial

Burmese activist Ka Hsaw Wa lives as a fugitive outlaw. His American wife initiated a lawsuit in a US court against Unocal, an oil company. In the case 15 villagers sued the company for human-rights abuses, accusing it of collaborating with the Myanmar military to build a pipeline using forced labor. The film reveals the crisis in Myanmar and demonstrates how international companies cooperate with tyrant governments for financial profit.

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The Judge

Few judges anywhere have confronted the challenges faced by Aharon Barak, the former Chief Justice of Israel’s Supreme Court and on camera for the very first time. A survivor of the Holocaust, he knows firsthand the dangers posed by intolerance and xenophobia, and spent his career negotiating a delicate balance between Israel as a Jewish state and Israel as a democracy.

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