When Brazil's economic and social crisis deepened in the last decade, students protested and occupied hundreds of schools, demanding better public education and the end of austerity ...
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Marighella is a biographical film about Carlos Marighella, a Marxist Brazilian writer, politician and guerrilla fighter who lived during the 20th century and was killed by the Brazilian ... See full summary »
Karin and her dominate mother stand out from the huge crowd of descending travelers. After an extravagant dinner consisting of singing and traditional Styrian dishes, the tourists are run ... See full summary »
A Chinese family saga, told in different periods of time, commencing with the wife's discovery of her husband's homosexuality. When her adult daughter comes to visit, other secrets slowly come to light.
A 14-year-old Cambodian boy leaves home in search of a better life but is sold to a Thai broker and enslaved on a fishing trawler. As fellow slaves are tortured and murdered around him, he ... See full summary »
Several billion tons of earth are moved annually by humans - with shovels, excavators or dynamite. Earth observes people, in mines, quarries and at large construction sites, engaged in a constant struggle to take possession of the planet.
Tania learns that her grandmother spent the last years of her life in the loving company of an alien. Together with two friends, the Trans woman travels through rural Argentina to bring the creature back to its place of origin.
When Brazil's economic and social crisis deepened in the last decade, students protested and occupied hundreds of schools, demanding better public education and the end of austerity measures. The feature documentary "Your Turn" depicts the Brazilian student movement from the protests of 2013 until the election of the new president, Jair Bolsonaro, in 2018. Inspired by the collective voice of the movement itself, the documentary is narrated by three high school students, who represent central points of their struggle. The narrators' jostling for space and time exposes the movement's conflicts and demonstrates its complexity.
"Occupying is resisting" has been the student slogan since 2015, when São Paulo's secondary-school students occupied more than 200 schools. Since then, occupying public buildings has been students' main means to call attention to urgent issues, force discussion in the media and in society, and fight all over Brazil. While the student struggle stood out, a crisis ...