Thomas Heise, director of MATERIAL, LUCKY. NIGGERS., MEIN BRUDER.WE’LL MEET AGAIN, CHILDREN.AS TIME FLIES and FATHERLAND, presents his latest film Solar System on March 31, 8 p.m. at the Volksbühne in Berlin. As what marks a change of pace, Heise turns his lens away from the intricacies of German-German history to the mountains of Northern Continue Reading
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Solar System - Thomas Heise’s Latest Film Premieres on March 31, 2011 in Berlin Sorry, no translation available.
Publicado el Marzo 30, 2011 por natalieg
Publicado en Documentary Films
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Publicado el Febrero 23, 2011 por FDCL_Blog
Father Marco Arana (pictured here with Bianca Jagger), the Catholic priest who supports indigenous Peruvians in protecting their eco-system in opposition to foreign mining companies, received the Cinema for Peace Human Rights Award.
Arana and the surveillance operation and intimidation campaign mounted against him are the subjects of Stephanie Boyd’s (CHOROPAMPA, TAMBOGRANDE, co-directed with Ernesto Cabellos) Continue Reading
Publicado en Green Movies/Environmental Films, Documentary Films
and was tagged with peru, stephanie boyd, Marco Arana, bianca jagger, choropampa, cinema for peace, devil operation, indigenous people, Mining, TAMBOGRANDE