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12 jurors must decide the fate of a Chechen teenager charged with murdering his stepfather.
Don't Be a Sucker
Propaganda short film depicting the rise of Nazism in Germany and how political propaganda is similarly used in the United States to recruit Nazi sympathizers from the ranks of American racists.
How Bruce Lee Changed the World
(2009 TV documentary)
More than just a biography, this film explores Bruce Lee's global impact to see how he has influenced all areas of popular culture including fitness...
8 characters skew lifelines that never really intersect in the suburb of Heliopolis in Cairo within a frame of time of 24 hours all in a very stagnant state and never achieving goals.
A teacher is assigned to be the principal of a violence and crime ridden high school.
Clarence and Angel
Clarence is a new boy in school, recently arrived in New York from the rural south. Angel is already there...
Filmart Takes Position: Alien/Nation - Die Filmrolle
Filmart Takes Position is the name of an international appeal for artistic contributions issued and organised by Sixpack Film every two or three years...
|8||Equality (1979 documentary short)|
(2005 TV series)
American Entrepreneur is a business TV show that gives its audience a glimpse into the lives of prominent...
California and the American Dream
(2005 TV mini-series documentary)
Episode: The New Los Angeles
How did Los Angeles transform itself from a conservative urban center to one of the most progressive cities in the nation...
|11||Viimeisellä rannalla (1967 TV documentary)|
|12||Help Wanted (2010 short)|
|13||Angles: Behind the Secret City (2009 documentary short)|
|14||Skriti obrazi: Kaksno vlogo imajo mediji pri ohranjanju kulturne identitete (2008 documentary)|
|15||I sproget er jeg (2005 documentary)|
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