This documentary records the director's experience of fruit farming in Lishan. It showcasees an interesting participatory style, and reveals the daily lives of farmers in Lishan in their natural environment. The changes of the four seasons, patterns of work and farming, and the different personalities of the farmers are all revealed in this stylish work.
Reporters have been likened to ' uncrowned kings, 'but what exactly does their job entail? How do they keep up with a changing society? This documentary records the life of a reporter in detail, mapping out the fine points of an interesting profession.
Vicki, a pretty third grade student, is loved by all, but is always wearing a hat. The hat hides serious scars on Vicki's head, a reminder of her past injuries. Vicki's Hat is part of New Taiwan Cinema 's pathbreaking three-part movie, The Sandwich Man, directed by Jong- Cheung Tsang, Hou Hsiao-hsien, and Wan Jen.
It is a powerful documentary about the first Soviet prison camp, which became the mode for the dreaded gulags that followed. Aging survivor of the prison camp offer a devastating account of the brutality and injustice prisoner endured.
This film is a human documentation of Russia's “social experiment”of the last fifty years. The heroes who are now all very senior citizens tell about their lives which they lived mostly under communistic totalitarianism. Their words give witness to the collapsing of the human role.
As a country maintaining a very ancient religion, India is suffering because of the increase of communal violence. Is there any connection between the violence, religion, and even the male identity? Father, Son and Holy War explores the possibilities that a key to the psychology of violence against the other lies in male insecurity, itself an inevitable product of the very construction of the notion of manhood.
There are four million slum-dwellers lived in Bombay, who constitute one half of the city's population. As the city develops with a recipe of bureaucratic plans, these workers find themselves treated with injustices and ignorance. Then they start to organize their defense.
More than 260,000 meters of 35mm nitrate films stored in Netherlands Film Museum, served as the source for the director to disclose how the Netherlands administered its colony, how it viewed its colony as colonial enterprise and how the relationship were like in Dutch East Indies from 1912 to about 1933.