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S&M: Short and Male

It’s our dirty little secret – size matters. We’re obsessed with height. We like our men tall, dark and handsome but at what cost? Cultures around the world are obsessed with size: it matters, big time. Women equate height with sex appeal.   Society is stuck on the belief that tall people ...

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Inheritance

Summer 2006: Israel and Lebanon are at war. In an Arab-Israeli village near Lebanon, a Palestinian family is absorbed in its own personal battles. Abu Majd, the father a widower of 17 years, is slowly dying and can no longer keep up with his children’s lives–or their secrets. Hajar, a ...

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Vampire High

“Growing up is tough...especially when you’re dead.” Visually inventive, character-driven, and peppered with biting humour, the world of Vampire High explores two sets of students grappling with the horror story known as adolescence. The series is set at Mansbridge Manor, an isolated boarding school that is the last-stop haven for privileged teenagers ...

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Malls R Us

What do Al Gore, the Tower of Babel, science fiction, gothic cathedrals, artichokes and roller coasters have in common? All come together in Malls R Us, a feature documentary with a multiplex of reflections and revelations on one of North America’s most popular institutions – the enclosed shopping center. Mixing ...

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Six Days in June

The shooting lasted only six tense days in June 1967, but the Six Day War has never really ended. Every crisis that has ripped through this region in the ensuing decades stems from those six fateful days. More than forty years later, the region remains trapped in conflict and is ...

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Childhood Under Surveillence

In today’s post modern society, behavioural disorders in children and teenagers have become a matter of serious concern. In Europe, the United States and Canada, scientists’ research is looking at possible medical causes (in the psychiatric, neurological or genetic areas) for violent behaviour in youngsters. They are recommending that we screen ...

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The Invisible Men

Early morning, the streets of south Tel Aviv are still empty. Louie, age 31, looks right, and left, and then again. He makes his way onto a side street, scanning the people around him. He then approaches a bus stop and waits calmly, always looking down, the scar across his ...

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Ghost Towns

When you hear the words “ghost town” your mind immediately fills with images of abandoned tower blocks and houses, deserted streets, shops, schools and hospitals which have suddenly been closed up and left : a place where time stands still. Even the name to describe this phenomenon conjures up a mixture ...

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Romance in Gaza

This unique documentary film will shine a light on the status of romance and love in Gaza, especially under Gaza’s tough siege, political schism and war. Here the poverty is pervasive ; there is little room for romance. The future here is uncertain. As such life is becoming more “practical”, ...

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Kenbe Ayiti

A few months ago a group of US artists celebrated the 25th anniversary of We Are the World with a remake dedicated to Haiti. Since its moment in the lime light in 1985, Africa has sunk into the shadows of our consciousness. Will Haiti suffer the same fate? Who will be ...

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