‘The Man Who Stole My Mother’s Face’ is a sobering tale of survival, strength, healing and redemption from Australian filmmaker Cathy Henkel. It’s her amazing story about hope and love, and ultimately, the search for justice.
It began with them arguing about a baby. It ended where they never imagined.
Sometimes you have to go to the edge of madness to find yourself…
I just love to paddle is the story of Nappy Napoleon, a man who lives, loves and perpetuates and ancient tradition in the contemporary world.
The Miss South Pacific Pageant is non-stop rollicking good fun and the viewer will be entertained. But in the end, the real story is about the impacts of global warming on these remarkable people of the South Pacific.
An unforgettable journey deep into the heart of remote Aboriginal Australia. Hailed by critics as Australia’s “Inconvenient Truth”, it is a cry for justice and survival by the oldest living culture in the world.
Gaza is Fetah Sabawi’s ancestral home. Can he take his family back? Can he start a music school in Gaza? Can he be part of a solution? What are his chances? Return to Gaza is a very personal insight into the Mid East conflict.
“The Interconnected World,” is a film in four parts about the International Monetary Fund and the global economic crisis.
A film about Joseph Tusiani, a recognized exceptional and international classicist and contemporary poet and lives in New York City.
In these days, the stereotyped image of all strippers as drugs addicts, whores and brainless ‘bimbos’ is over. Both riveting and insightful, this film explores the lives of these new-age strippers.
NYC painter Jimmy Ernst is linked, on several narrative levels, with his upbringing and his apprenticeship to the one-of-a-kind famous print-making shop Augustine, in Glückstadt, Germany.
Follows celebrity photographer Victor Malafronte on his rounds in New York City, angling for lucrative shots of such luminaries as Madonna, Donald Trump, and new father Michael J. Fox.