Orin: music for the Orixás is a documentary by Henrique Duarte, supported by the FGM Art Every Day edict. The feature film deals with the importance of candomblé terreiros music, its rhythms, songs, traditions and influence in Brazilian music.
A naturalist and bestselling writer of children's books, Tasha TUDOR illustrated several books such as The Secret Garden and A Little Princess as well as Christmas cards for the White House. She cultivated a magnificent garden on her vast property and lived the life of her dreams.
Beauty and simplicity.
"as work in progress: treasures found in the streams around me."
Love is the most beautiful thing to have, the hardest thing to earn and the most painful thing to lose.
Abhi and Sarika are lovers who hope they will have their happily ever after. But, Sarika also has a lunatic stalker in the form of Sunil, who hopes on getting his 'Bangaru'. How does Sunil affect their lives?
In 2011, the conflict of public education broke out in Chile. Protests did not revolved around violence, but rather the renewal of the social struggle from culture and altruism. Paintings instead of banners, disguises instead of hoods.This is the story of those who dared to paint, film, dance and act, redefining citizen protest forever.
While working in a circus in Paris, Victor receives a call from Chile: his mother Gloria is sick and has a few months to live. Victor decides to return to Chile to accompany her and take care of her. Seeing his mother struggling to extend his life, he decides to reconstruct their memories and experiences together, recording everything in a movie while the imminence of death is around them.
The movie is directed by Mandeep Benipal and featured Dev Kharoud, Jagjeet Sandhu, Sukhdeep Sukh and Pooja Verma as lead characters. Other popular actors who were roped in for Dakuaan Da Munda are Lucky Dhaliwal and Hardeep Gill
The first attempt in the history of Russian documentalism to understand what was the historical moment in which Anatoly Sobchak appeared in the political arena what his role in the history of the country was and, finally, why he suffered as a politician collapse. Perhaps his ideas were too advanced for his time?
Anikó Kárpáti is 61, and this is her last day in Budapest. She hopes for a better life with her daughter's family abroad, but first she must close everything that still connects her to Hungary. Anikó begins a mad dash through the city, but at the end of this frantic day she must face what is ahead of her – and the things she will leave behind.