A Life of Endless Summers: The Bruce Brown Story (2020)

Documentary - 19 August 2020
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Follow the summer season around the world with two surfers on a quest for the perfect wave. As it turned out, Bruce was on to something. Not only did the film become a hit, it earned a cult following, became the most successful surf film of all time and arguably made him the founding father of action sports films. Directed by second generation, award winning and documentarian filmmaker Dana Brown his projects have included such titles as Endless Summer 2, Step Into Liquid, Dust to Glory, Highwater, On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter and Dust 2 Glory. A Life of Endless Summers is the story of a man, a father, a husband, a filmmaker, a pioneer, a legend.

Unbranded (2015)

106 min - Documentary - 25 April 2015
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Documentary about four friends on a 3,000 mile journey across the American West on horseback.

The World's Biggest and Baddest Bugs (2009)

87 min - Documentary - 7 April 2009
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The World's Biggest and Baddest Bugs, follows host Ruud Kleinpaste, as he embarks on an entomological odyssey around the globe in search of the ultimate biggest and "baddest" creepy crawlies. The World's Biggest and Baddest Bugs will then profile the "stars" of the show, with Ruud explaining in his audience-friendly style exactly what makes them so amazing.

Life Through a Lens (2016)

12 min - Documentary - 25 September 2016
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A heartfelt monologue of photographer Robert Zuckerman, who has worked extensively in film industry (he tells about one of his first jobs, which was to take production photographs of the Training Day with Denzel Washington, for which the latter won an Oscar) and made portraits of celebrities of the level of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Samuel Johnson and Bruce Willis. Later he found out he had APBD, the adult polyglucosan body disease, which is so rare and unexplored that its Wikipedia page doesn’t even have a counterpart in Russian. The film is made in order to spread information about APBD.

Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn (2020)

Documentary - 12 August 2020
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The 30-year legacy of the murder of black teenager Yusuf Hawkins by a group of young white men in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, as his family and friends reflect on the tragedy and the subsequent fight for justice that inspired and divided New York City.

You've Been Trumped Too (2016)

78 min - Documentary - 28 October 2016
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A timely film exploring the confrontation between a feisty 92-year-old Scottish widow and her family and a billionaire trying to become the most powerful man in the world.

Where We Belong (2019)

82 min - Documentary - 10 February 2019
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For Alyssia and Ilaria, every farewell is also a reunion. Just a while ago they were at the Italian Mediterranean coast, now here they are standing at a parking lot in front of an Esso gas station, waiting for their father’s car to appear around the corner. Affectionately, they bid their mother good-bye for now. The two sisters’ parents are separated. Just like Carleton, Sherazade and Thomas, the two girls have found their own way of dealing with the situation.

Dreams of a Life (2011)

95 min - Drama, Documentary - 16 August 2011
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A filmmaker sets out to discover the life of Joyce Vincent, who died in her bedsit in North London in 2003. Her body wasn't discovered for three years, and newspaper reports offered few details of her life - not even a photograph.

The 12 Biggest Lies (2010)

106 min - Documentary - 25 October 2010
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From the very nature of truth to how our world began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our entire world runs on what we believe.

What Killed Michael Brown? (2020)

109 min - Documentary - 22 October 2020
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Acclaimed writer, Shelby Steele, has long argued that systemic racism is more a strategy than a truth, and that the universal oppression of black Americans is largely over with. But the 2014 shooting of a black teen, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri by a white policeman shook the nation to its core. During Steele’s investigation of Ferguson, America was once again rocked by the brutal killing of George Floyd. Didn’t these killings, and the long list of others like them, put the lie to Steele’s argument?