• Rising in the Yunnan-Kweichow Plateau, the Zhujiang river runs through Guangdong province and Guangxi province. For thousands of years, the rushing river, which makes farms flourish and people nourished, has forged a bond between the two provinces. This documentary presents the stories that how Guangdong providing partner assistance to Guangxi on poverty alleviation in the passing 24 years. Basing on true events, specific scenes, and sensitive human nature, this documentary expresses how Guangdong and Guangxi cooperate with each other to triumph over poverty. Moreover this documentary also conveys typical cases on poverty relief cooperation between them in the specific historical background by specific moving cases.
  • The Journey of Chinese Plants, a documentary series of 10 episodes, features the story of Chinese plants. Based on histories  and advances of plant science, the series traces the spread of the native plants that were first developed in China, reveals the history and culture evoked by plant-human interaction,and highlights contributions of Chinese plants to the world. Following the spread footprints of Chinese plants, the production team will travel from China to the United States of America, United Kingdom, Netherlands, New Zea-land, Italy, Germany, Japan, etc. to present the wonders and magnificent beauty of plant world with scientific and aesthetic values. The production team aims to put hu-man and plant back to equal positions in the spectrum of life forms, portraying the power of plant with respect, and depicting the mutual dependency of human and plants.
  • Dela is a blind captain living in Hormuz Island in Southern Iran. He practices an old culture of making a bread.
  • 26 April 1986: Chernobyl’s reactor 4 explodes and provokes the biggest nuclear disaster in history. Pripyat, where the plant is located, becomes a ghost town. Guided by former inhabitants, Eliška Cílková takes us on her quest of the town’s memory. Gracefully shot, the film reminds us of the power of music where it is least expected.
  • An ancient tool for igniting the fire, ognjilo (literally: spark-maker) is still being used by a highlnader. As his days, months and seasons go by, a piece of his land is being settled by an odd metal neighbour. Will this change touch his life too!?
  • 1978, on his birthday, Stavros was set to get engaged to Matula. Instead, he was forced to embark on his first big journey. 2020, on his birthday, Stavros wanders around the city alone. It is the day that he doesn’t like to talk. It is the day that he reflects on his past considering how things would have been if he had made other decisions.
  • During eight months, forty journalists from fifteen countries have continued the work of local journalists that have been threatened, jailed or killed as the result of their investigation into the environmental and human cost of the mining industry.
  • What happens when director Ruud Lenssen’s father is told he suffers from dementia? While Jac clings to his idyllic meadow, mother Ria struggles with her role as a caregiver. In the meantime, the inevitable farewell is closing in.
  • Stories written by three men in prison ,for their children, are turned into episodes in this feature length film.
  • In her documentary family saga Walchensee Forever, director Janna Ji Wonders embarks on a voyage of discovery spanning four women over a century. In order to uncover the secrets and her role in the generation chain, Wonders leads us from the family café at the Bavarian Lake Walchensee via Mexico to San Francisco during the “Summer of Love”, Indian ashrams, a German commune and back again to Lake Walchensee. Questions about identity, roots and self-fulfillment as asked through this search for life, love and death. A personal story about the eternal cycle of life.
  • In the early 2000s, a handful of peasant women from the mountains of southern Turkey formed a theater group, which later became the subject of the documentary, The Play.
    The women acted out their own life stories in the village, and the play changed their lives. Now, they take to the road with an adaptation of Shakespeare’s King Lear, traveling the dusty, dangerous roads to the farthest-flung mountain villages where there isn’t even running water.
    On the road, their lives merge with the world of King Lear and become bound up with "the good and the bad", "the young and the old", "the rich and the poor", "the honest and the dishonest" of the play.
  • Desperate for answers about the theft of her 2 paintings, a Czech artist seeks out and befriends the career criminal who stole them. After inviting her thief to sit for a portrait, the two form an improbable relationship and an inextricable bond that will forever link these lonely souls.
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