After realizing that yellow sticky note “to do” lists were consuming his life, animation filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns decided to visually self-reflect on his filmmaking journey by animating on the same sticky notes that caused him so much stress.
Minimalist, simple, and very creative. The music scores perfectly. Awesome!
Three Yemeni teenage girls enter an entrepreneurship competition but along the way encounter the hardships of a country marked by a broken educational system, joblessness and a threatening Al-Qaeda presence.
The language of dating on the internet.
I wonder how much this conversation evolved since PrEP.
Lives Re-Forged Imagine waking up in the hospital, bandaged from head to toe, and discovering that your life, as you knew it, had been destroyed?
Inspiring and impactful.
Goldie Hawn, Woody Allen, and Jack Nicholson are among the dozens of actors and actresses whose first movie appearances are the subject of this entertaining documentary.
there was no sound coming through so i could not watch it. checked other websites and there was sound it is not my ear-plugs.
It started off as a web-series, charting the experiences of three young fashion bloggers, who spent a month living the life of Cambodian garment workers in Phnom Penh.
I thought it was well done. I found it interesting to watch how the experience changed the fashion bloggers as the documentary progressed. They will never really know what it is like to be a factory worker, because for them this was only temporary. But it certainly shows the audience that there is a high cost to our cheap fashion.
In Nepal, a venerable monk, Geshe Lama Konchog, dies and one of his disciples, a youthful monk named Tenzin Zopa, searches for his master's reincarnation.
Seeing the cute little boy cry when his family left was heartbreaking. It is unfortunate in these cultures how parents can so easily trust to give up their children to be raised by people they barely even know. There have been reports of young boys in the monasteries being molested.
What a wonderful film! I am delighted that women are being allowed and encouraged to be educated, to speak up for themselves, to changed their world. Perla
A personal narrative documentary with a poetic approach, featuring three Muslim women from different backgrounds living in the UK.
There's one worthwhile moment, and it's when the second woman walks across a meadow as the clouds shift, at the 15 minute mark. The rest of the time, the music is disconnected and the subjects don't seem focused.
19:35, that's the moment.
A story of emotional triumph.
Always impressed with how someone in this type of predicament manages to figure out the way forward. Towards the end it just dawned on me that it started feeling more like a promotional video for the organization than a documentary about the person but it was a cool film either way. Glad I watched it.