This case study of globalization's effects on Jamaica is a timely, never dull piece of agitprop that comes off as a cross between Godard's social protest docs and "The Harder They Come." Filmaker…
Enchanting pic documents Waikiki from its Polynesian past and its days as a playground for beach boys and stars, to its present day role as one of the leading urban resorts. Pic merits distribution…
Forget Otto Preminger's "Exodus" -- Israel has rarely, if ever, been depicted onscreen as iconoclastically as in "The Holy Land," which premiered at the recent L.A. Film Festival.
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This modern-day "The Grapes of Wrath" follows a mother and daughter, who --- like Okies before them --- move to California to seek greener economic pastures but instead fall into a relentless…
This visually captivating spiritual road movie journeys across America asking the Big Questions about human existence with innovative cinematic form. First-time feature filmmaker Bobby Sheehan…
Docu takes a look at writer/painter/anthropologist Tobias Schneebaum, a New Yorker and intrepid traveler who claims to have lived among a tribe of cannibals , witnessed a horrific raid and eaten…
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