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STORIES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE

STORIES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE

(For Anthropology & Cultural Studies Programs) Stories That Make a Difference is a package of two documentaries from Harts in Media: Master of Puppets and Magic In Our Hands. MAGIC IN OUR HANDS (2014) Viewed from the perspective of a developing nation, we engage in the daily life of Padmini...

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How Long Is Indefinite?

How Long Is Indefinite?

A Glocal Films production directed & produced by Alexis Wood, How Long is Indefinite?’ is the first documentary to expose detention without a time limit being exercised on thousands of immigrants in Britain every day. This film follows the lives of three people caught in immigration limbo at the hands of...

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The Dancer Chronicles

The Dancer Chronicles

This documentary chronicles the lives of dancers, living and working within the tight knit, professional New York City dance scene. From Broadway to American Ballet, this 'expose' shows the courage needed to remain resilient in an incredibly competitive environment. Six dancers, each at different stages of life and career, share...

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Walking With Life

Walking With Life

There is a Senegalese proverb: "You must walk with life or you get left behind."  Walking With Life is a documentary about the extraordinary social transformation triggered by human rights education in Senegal. Punctuated by the songs of a 'griot" (oral historian), this film – shot entirely on location in Senegal - pulses to...

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Fight Like a Girl

Fight Like a Girl

Jill Morley made a life changing decision to fight in the Golden Gloves. Her trainer, impressed with her powerful punches, believed that she could get there. She knew she’d be entering the ring with women who were younger, yet much more experienced. The ring was only the beginning of her...

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Ping Pong

Ping Pong

Available only in the U.SWe see 8 players with 703 years between them compete in the World over 80s Table Tennis Championships in Inner Mongolia. Terry (81) having been given a week to live, gets in sight of winning gold. Inge (89) has used table tennis to train her way...

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I Wasn't Always Dressed Like This

I Wasn't Always Dressed Like This

(For Religious Studies Programs) The veil is an object that tends to instigate profound and diverse feelings. Its practice and meaning have been greatly abused throughout history. Within the context of the West the question one might ask: “In a free country, why are women choosing to veil?”In a very intimate...

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THE VANISHING CITY

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REFLECTIONS ON MEDIA ETHICS

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THIS PALESTINIAN LIFE

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