The elderly resident of a small remote town panic after the EPA announces that government mandated changes to their chemical plant could create a bi-product that would dramatically increase... See full summary »
On Easter 2018, a man puts on a backpack and begins to walk across Armenia. His mission: to inspire a velvet revolution - and topple the corrupt regime that enjoys absolute power in his post-soviet nation.
A young group of keen anglers called the YTK ADDICTS from South Australia charter out Big Cat Reality an exploration fishing vessel that is captained by James McVeigh to explore The southern Coral Sea.
This documentary was filmed and directed by Nick Hamer near to where I live , Mount St Bernard Abbey has been captured beautifully , the Trappists monks live in a Cistercian Monastic Community , for years they have farmed the land and produced milk and honey, Everyone is made welcome, Nick has captured their way of life that not many have had the privilege to see, From life to the acceptance of death, The film shows the spiritual side and also the sense of humour that the Monks have .... this is a film that goes behind the walls , a film that is sensitive and a film that holds you from start to finish This is a film from Farming to Brewing .... well done Nick (highly recommended )
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