• For decades, Jola did what was expected of her. As a mother of six and the wife of an abusive husband, she would put on her make-up and colourful clothes to pretend everything was fine. One day something breaks inside her and she finds the strength to leave her husband and start living life to the fullest. She hangs out with her girlfriends, dances in Café Smile, writes poems and songs. She sings about love – something she’s always dreamt of, yet never experienced. Unexpectedly, she meets Wojtek, who treats her like a queen. Will she be able to open up and embrace love for the first time? Especially, when she finds out that she has less time than she thought?
  • A fillmaker forges an unusual friendship with an octopus, living in a South African kelp forest, learning as the animal shares the mysteries of her world.
  • Ru Wen was separated from her parents at the age of five. Forty years later, she is still unable to connect the fragmented pieces of her childhood. For Ru Wen, survival meant burying her own curiosity to know why she had been abandoned by her birth parents in Taiwan – a curiosity that grew into a silent longing over time.   That is, until her youngest daughter Tiffany started asking questions: “What was your first memory as a kid, mom?”  “Did you have a favorite toy?”  “Where did you live, and go to school?”   What started out as a journey to piece together Ru Wen’s past, soon cascades into Tiffany’s own yearning to understand her mother.  Asking difficult questions goes against the rules of traditional Asian families, but for Tiffany, it was the voice her mother was missing. Armed with a pocket translator and a couple of Chinese names scribbled on a napkin, Tiffany travels from Toronto, Canada to Ru Wen’s birthplace of Taipei. What she discovers there begins to reverberate across her relationships with the women who have come before her.  ‘Sing Me a Lullaby’ unravels the complex tensions between love and sacrifice. Told through the intertwined journeys of daughters and their mothers, this is a story about recovering familial history, healing inherited pain, and understanding that love comes in many forms.
  • A legendary merchant ship of 300 years ago, several mysterious letters of 300 years ago, a hundred year old French lighthouse, a tower guarding family with four generations of heritage, a French writer looking for ancient history... On the ancient Maritime Silk Road, a magnificent adventure started. A French writer who had lived in Guangdong for about 20 years, investigated in Guangdong, Beijing, Macaw, Paris, and Lorient, trying to unlock the secret of the French merchant ship "Amphitrite" which first sailed to Guangzhou 300 years ago, finally found a rarely known but amazing legend.
  • “I Have already lived my death and now all that is left is to make a film about it.” So said the filmmaker Hector Babenco to Bárbara Paz when he realized he did not have much time left. She accepted the challenge to fulfill the last wish of her late partner: to be the main protagonist in his own death. Babenco made of cinema his medicine, and the nourishment that kept him alive. Babenco – Tell me when I Die is a film about filming so never to die.
  • Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan at the beginning of 2020,Jinyintan Hospital had become the eye of the storm, the nationwide focus and the forefront of treatment overnight. With the resolution of recording the truths and the courageous of confronting deaths, the documentary film crew of Hubei TV stationed in the Red Zone of Jinyintan hospital for 3 months and created this film.
    Centering on Jinyintan Hospital per se, the film depicted the glimmer of humanity and rebirth of the city, as recording stories of five patients and the people related to them. This documentary is neither a paean nor a wail, but the reverberationof painful lesson and the reflection on eternal impermanence.
  • In the spring of 2020 in China, Wuhan is at the center of the epidemic. The film focuses on people inside and outside the red zone of the hospital. "The desire to survive" is the theme of the film. Earlier, the stall owners, volunteers, and the white-clothed angels who were "fighting" in the hospital, each individual formed a "Wuhan" appearance. In this season of winter and spring, here is a city full of emergencies, full of thirst for survival, and still living like this.
  • Dare to Grow Up follows three characters from different family with different personalities -- outstanding students, artistic girls, and mannered girls. Recording their 8 years growth, showcasing how they managed to think independently, cast off the yoke of the original family, balance the ideal and reality, and eventually found their self-worth.
  • "The inheritance and development of traditional culture is more than imitation, but an exploration into the modern culture around us, and that which has yet come to pass. 
    Master Class uses a contemporary perspective to re-discover Chinese traditional culture, with each episode showcasing an icon of popular culture, paralleled by the traditional skills of a master artisan. With the guidance ofan artisan mentor, two seemingly unrelated areas of ancient and modern culture come together to find common spiritual essence, and share a journey of tracing their heritage into the future."
  • In the suburbs of Beijing, a group of troubled teenagers learns to play baseball under a 70-year-old man’s coaching, while struggling through their internal conflicts and the inability to play baseball games like pros. When an accident took place in the winter of 2017, countless local residents got evacuated in Beijing, the baseball team as well as their playfield were facing the unexpected obstacle- the relocation of their headquarter. With the World Series of the Little Pony League waiting around the corner, the whole team will have to pull themselves together and face the competition on the international stage.
  • On the threshold of the third decade of the 21st century, a deadly virus, a pandemic unprecedented in a century, has brutally challenged the lives and health of all mankind. After eight months of hard work, the Chinese people have finally achieved major strategic results in the fight against COVID-19. The documentary One Heart to Fight against COVID-19 is a panoramic record of the magnificent and arduous fight against COVID-19. It shows the great courage of the Chinese people to rise up from hardships and fight hard. It also shows the true friendship between the Chinese people and the people of other countries to unite against COVID-19 and share a common destiny.
  • The year of  2020 is the year to win the eradication of poverty in the decisive battle. The year of 2020:Our Stories of Poverty Eradication marking China's effort to build a moderately prosperous society in all respects, the 10-episode series-each part spanning 50 minutes-has aired on the documentary channel of China Central Television, or CCTV9, since Aug 22.++Within four years, the production assigned eight directors to some remote areas in central and western China, including Yunnan, Hubei, Shanxi and Shandong provinces and Tibet. An average of 2,000 hours of footage was shot for each episode.
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