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When Victor is offered a job to deliver 7 boxes with unknown contents in exchange for a quick $100, he finds himself caught up in a crime he knows nothing about. Reminiscent of Slumdog Millionaire, 7 Boxes was declared a film of cultural interest by the National Secretary of Culture of Paraguay.
This 51-second trick silent film directed by Cecil M. Hepworth uses a stationary camera in the middle of a country road. A horse-drawn carriage passes, and then an automobile appears, heading straight for the camera. As it gets closer, the driver and passenger wave frantically before the impending collision.
An Ojibwe ceremony dating back a hundred years, the history and evolution of the Jingle dress and its related dance is presented along with how the dress is made and how it is presented (by many different tribes) at powwows across North America today. Shot on location in Montana and Idaho.
Junior is a beautiful boy, with big brown eyes, a delicate frame, and a head of luxurious dark curls. But Junior aches to straighten those curls, to acquire a whole new look befitting his emerging fantasy image of himself as a long-haired singer.
When we learn about sex, we don't just learn about social mores and biology; what we learn affects our identity, our relationships and our ability to be intimate throughout our lives. Many people look back at how they learned about sex, whether it was a book, an embarrassing parental chat, a school presentation, or porn, and remember their shock and embarrassment. Sex(ed) captures the humor and vulnerability of those experiences while allowing us to look at the various agendas that shaped the content.
Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai tells the inspiring story of the Green Belt Movement of Kenya and its founder Wangari Maathai, the first environmentalist and first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
The Split Horn documents the journey of Hmong shaman Paja Thao and his family from the mountains of Laos to the heartland of America: Appleton, Wisconsin. This poignant film shows a shaman's struggle to maintain his ancient traditions as his children embrace American culture. The evocative narrative captures the daily struggle of Paja Thao's family between two worlds.