Volunteering at organic farms in the Mediterranean, film-maker Raul Alvarez embarks on a journey that will bring him to a life transformation. Triggered by his encounters with unique people living sustainable lives close to Nature he finds unexpected answers. Savvy and experienced characters offer solutions to universal questions about the Land...and about each of us. His personal journey on food and agriculture turns into a spiritual realization about our relationship to the Land.
Pearl a vaudeville dancer is stranded somewhere in Alaska. With no official place to stay in the vicinity, Pearl is obliged to accept the hospitality of a wealthy family which has itself been stranded in the Great White North. An ill-tempered fur trader and a looney Eskimo both lust after Pearl, but she is rescued by Peter Van Dykeman her hosts' male secretary….
Sexual decisions have deadly consequences. Can a small group of college students from Botswana challenge conventional wisdom about AIDS in Africa to save their generation? "The Road We Know" explores the impact of HIV/AIDS in Botswana through the efforts of these young adults who boldly advocate for behavior change to save lives. Facing cultural taboos and difficult travel, this small group sets out across the nation for five weeks with three tents, one car, and a radical solution to save lives.
Lintika Films has recently made a proof of concept short film that they are shopping around Hollywood. It is a combination of 2D and 3D stop-motion animation and it is pretty entertaining, while capturing a lot of the spirit and tradition of the source material.
Brrr, but quickly draw a thick sweater. Bumba and his friends travel to the land of snow. There they will celebrate the birthday of Penguin Gwida. Do you want to also go along party? Quickly jump with your boyfriend Bumba on the sled!
An awesome fantasy film by the great TVJ.
The "Tikbalang" Puga searches for the magic crystal which will restore peace in his land. His dangerous quest leads him to earth where he meets three young men.
African set action thriller
Directed by Serif Gören.
Oceano (The Wind Blows Free) is an astonishing ocean adventure set in Polynesia with a very small amateur cast (and music by Ennio Morricone).
Captain "Wolf" Larsen, the absolute master of a seal schooner, is a mystic and philosopher, though he rules his men with an iron hand. On a ferry going from San Francisco to Oakland, Van Weyden, a critic, and Maud Brewster, a novelist, meet in masquerade costumes and are forced overboard when their boat collides with a steamer. Humphrey, then Maud, are picked up by Larsen's crew. Because of her costume, Maud is taken for a boy and placed in the custody of Mugridge, the cook, who attempts to attack her upon discovering her identity. Larsen takes her under his protection and decides to marry her; but as the ceremony begins, the crew mutinies, and Larsen is stricken with blindness as he faces the rebels. The ship is set afire, and though Humphrey and Maud are rescued by another steamer, Larsen, deserted by his crew, refuses to quit his ship and is enveloped in flames.
The Governor sends Ken and Hoot to clean up the town of Willow Springs.
Sara, a young archaeology student, organizes an expedition to La Mora Cave. Guided by Yabey, Sara and her four friends, discover a hidden Taíno tribe, believed to be extinguished 500 years ago.