Norwegian documentary filmmaker Håvard Bustnes examines the rise of far-right nationalist party “Golden Dawn”.
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Patrick Strickland writes for Moving Docs about the future of Golden Dawn and further contributes to raising awareness about the rise of the far-right in Europe.
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Over the Limit shows how the successful Russian system for training athletes transgresses boundaries. Elite rhythmic gymnast Rita Mamun has reached a crucial moment in her career. She’s soon to retire, but has one final goal set out for her: winning Olympic gold.
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With her uncompromising lyrics against all forms of oppression, Swedish rapper Silvana Imam has taken Scandinavia by storm. She uses her razor-sharp tongue to spotlight movements taking place in today‘s society, embodying the voice of a new generation along the way.
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Bobbi Jene is a love story, portraying the dilemmas and inevitable consequences of ambition. It is a film about a woman's fight for independence, a woman trying to succeed with her own art in the extremely competitive world of dance.
Posted by Bobbi Jene · September 04, 2017 5:45 PM
SONITA is an 18-year-old female, an undocumented Afghan illegal immigrant living in the poor suburbs of Tehran. She is feisty, spirited, young woman who fights to live the way she wants, as an artist, singer, and musician in spite of all the obstacles she confronts in Iran and her conservative patriarchal family. In harsh contrast to her goal is her family's plan to make her a bride and sell her to a new family. The price right now is about $9,000.
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Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning film Sonita is a both a study of a fearless refugee girl determined to end child marriage and an examination of the limits of objectivity, discovers Kirstin Innes.
In 2010 Martha Nabwire and Niki Tsappos took part in the biggest international Street Dance Competition, Juste Debout in Paris. It was the first time ever two women became World Champions in Hip Hop. This film depicts their love of dance, each other and about friendship put to the test. About desires, yearning and finding the right path in life.
We are launching the MOVING DOCS Home Cinema, featuring one doc every month for you to watch online, wherever you like, whenever you like! Kirstin Innes looks at our first one, Martha & Niki, to discover a dance film that moulds its form around its subjects.
Posted by Kyveli Short · August 04, 2016 3:30 PM
By day, Samantha Montgomery cares for the elderly in one of New Orleans’s toughest neighborhoods. By night, she writes and sings her own songs as Princess Shaw on her confessional YouTube channel. Across the globe, Ophir Kutiel, known as Kutiman, creates video mash ups of amateur Youtube performers. Two strangers, almost 7,000 miles apart, begin to build a song.
Amidst the gloom and cynicism about social media, one documentary reminds us just how suddenly lives can change and unlikely friendships blossom – all thanks to online connections.
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DREAMCATCHER explores the cycle of neglect, violence and exploitation which each year leaves thousands upon thousands of girls and women feeling that prostitution is their only option to survive. By following the very charming, charismatic and truly empathic Brenda, we enter the lives of young women and see in verité footage their realities from their points of view.
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