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The Paedophile Next Door

Paedophile's it seems are everywhere in Britain today and almost every week a new child abuse or sex scandal breaks, predatory paedophiles operating at every level of society have abused our children with impunity, for over 50 years they have made a mockery of the elaborate policies put in place to protect our children and the well known cases, including the likes of Jimmy Saville are only the tip of the iceberg. According to Steve Humphries, who was one of the first to break the story of child abuse in the Catholic Church back in the early 90's, the system isn't working and in this film...

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Barber Shop City

The barber shop culture that resides within the 32 boroughs of London is extensively unique unto itself. On the streets of South London there are over 500 operating barber shops, open to business to thousands of people that awash that city everyday. Having adopted a large Caribbean influence in many of the boroughs, London is home to a large number of Jamaican owned establishments. These black barbershops often situated within the deep ethnic districts of the city have been providing a unique style to a vast number of clientele for decades and also during this time quickly came to...

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Lost Generation of Sudan

25 years ago the country of Sudan was on fire and due to the lack of media coverage almost no one knew what was happening, so the fire of genocide spread and burned for more than 15 years, claiming the lives of over 2 million people. Out of the ashes of war, came hope and after watching their parents die trying to protect them, many displaced children walked for years through dangers we cant imagine. To this day no one knows exactly how many of them were killed along the way but more than 20,000 escaped and the story of the lost boys of Sudan shocked the world, raising an important...

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The Joy of Mozart

Mozart, other worldly genius, childlike naif, divine gift from god, serene marble bust of transcendent perfection all of it is the stuff of myth and legend and in this film, Tom Service dives right into the life of Mozart in an attempt to try and rediscover the greatness and humanity of the living man in his moment. Mozart was a human being just like you and me except he could express the pain and pleasure, the joy and darkness of being human more completely and more humanly than any other composer. His music isn't merely perfect or beautiful, or genius, it's visceral,...

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Making Of Inception: Behind The Scenes

The film Inception, staring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and many more was initially released back in 2010 and has since been received well by many viewers and critics, but not many people know about the sheer amount of planning and preparation that went into creating this film. Back in 2002, Christopher Nolan, the director had wrote an 80-page film treatment about "dream stealers", he presented this idea to Warner Brothers but feeling that he needed a little bit more experience in directing before taking on the challenge he retired the idea instead to work on...

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Collaboration: On the Edge of a New Paradigm?

Collaboration is a film that sets about explaining a new way of thought or shift in paradigm with regards to the way we as humans create and educate ourselves. Collaboration is deeply routed within society and is something we need to rediscover in light of the new tools available to us today. To get a better idea of how the creative minds are operating these days, the filmmaker Alfred set out on a journey to the birthplace of modern technology, the Bay Area in California. Here he talks to some of the leading practitioners in the field, uncovering clues and insights into the new possibilities...

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Money and Power in North Korea: Hidden Economy

With the ever growing number of sanctions being put on North Korea, the hermit country is becoming increasing cut off from the rest of the world. This film asks the question, how is it Kim Jong Un's regime has managed to stay in power given the fact that the country is suffering financially from such sanctions. Using interviews with once high-ranking officials from within the leaderships inner circle and conducting an investigation in several countries reveal the internal workings of the secret state and the existence of previously unknown funds that only the supreme leader can freely...

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Barbarians: The Vikings

12,00 years ago the Vikings explode out of the cold north sea, like beasts unleashed on an unsuspecting world. They come from a land of deep water fjords and bitter clan rivalries, today the area is known as Scandinavia. They left behind legends of their violence and courage, sagas of exploration and conquest and something even more remarkable, buried beneath the earth of their Scandinavia homeland. In 1880 Norwegian archaeologists make an extraordinary discovery opening a window into the past and revealing for the first time how the Vikings really lived and...

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Half Ton World

2013 was the year obesity became a worldwide emergency and there are now currently over 300 million people around the world who are now considered to be clinically obese, some of them are truly supersized weighing in at up to half a ton. This film travels the world in order to meet up with such individuals in order to discover what life is really like when you are over six times heaver than the average person. At this scale of obesity people are fighting for their lively hood, freedom and even...

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