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Gaylene Preston goes behind the scenes of New Zealand’s first epic feature, the 1983 film UTU about the colonial British massacre of a Māori village in the 1870s.
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Still from Extractions
Thirza Jean Cuthand  ·  2019  ·  15m
Thirza Jean Cuthand  ·  2019  ·  15m

A personal film about Canada's extraction industry and its detrimental effects on the land and Indigenous peoples.

Still from Call Me Intern
Still from Call Me Intern
Nathalie Berger & Leo David Hyde  ·  2019  ·  1h8m
Nathalie Berger & Leo David Hyde  ·  2019  ·  1h8m

A humorous and incisive take on the exploitative industry of unpaid internships, against “experience” being earned at the expense of a living wage.

Still from faire-part
Still from faire-part
Anne Reijniers, Paul Shemisi Betutua, Nizar Saleh & Rob Jacobs  ·  2019  ·  58m
Anne Reijniers, Paul Shemisi Betutua, Nizar Saleh & Rob Jacobs  ·  2019  ·  58m

Two Congolese and two Belgian filmmakers decided to film the explosion of political art in Kinshasa, in the process making a rare portrait of the country.

Still from River Silence
Still from River Silence
Rogério Soares  ·  2019  ·  1h30m
Rogério Soares  ·  2019  ·  1h30m

Director Rogério Soares whisks audiences to a bend in the Xingu River to witness a state of affairs that one subject in the film aptly describes as “post-nature.”

Still from aswang
Still from aswang
Alyx Ayn Arumpac  ·  2019  ·  1h25m
Alyx Ayn Arumpac  ·  2019  ·  1h25m

ASWANG is a poetically composed inquisition into Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's reign of terror that unleashed death squads in a so-called "war on drugs".

Rubaiyat Hossain  ·  2019  ·  1h35m
Rubaiyat Hossain  ·  2019  ·  1h35m

A riveting story of the women who organized a labour union at a clothing factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh.