Every one can make a film about the refugees, but do you think the refugees can make movies about themselves?
A pilot recounts his experience of being rescued by the Jolly Green Giant helicopter.
Farouk Beloufa's only directorial endeavor follows the life of a group of leftist friends in West Beirut in the early 1970s. Coupled with its exploration of war through photography and cinematography, Nahla is a love story starring the glamorous Yasmine Khlat and featuring a soundtrack composed by Ziad Rahbani.
An army sergeant terrorizes his troops in this war drama.
At the turn of the twentieth century a young merchant is abducted by a group of brigands who are sheltered in a remote mountainous area of Greece aiming to extract ransom from his wealthy family. The young man develops a kind of sympathy to the arch-brigand and realizes that the underground life and moral code of his kidnappers actually represent a more genuine expression of “New Hellenism” than his bourgeois well-being.
As Serb forces close in on Srebrenica a Serbian mother seeks the body of her 11-year old son, who was tortured and killed by Muslims in Bosnia.
Two members of the fascist legion GOD WANTS IT, Michele and Luigi, both from Sicily, met in Malaga and became friends in the course of the 1936-39 counter revolution. Based upon the short story by Leonardo Sciascia.
Bardhi, an orphan boy, goes to the city to work in the house of a rich man, where he learns how to play the violin.
The battle of El Salvador and its revolutionary history, from the time of the Spanish conquest and colonization, to the insurgency of the 80s, approached by a Puerto Rican filmmaker immersed in the conflict. Depicts a host of F.M.L.N. guerrillas marching forth from Monte Alzaco, the spiritual home of Salvadoran resistance.
This gripping documentary recounts the story of the long search for Nazis in hiding from 1945 to the present day. Sixty years of relentless investigations, set-backs, trials and dramas brought about principally by three extraordinary individuals: the Austrian death camp survivor, Simon Wiesenthal and the German/French couple Beate and serge Klarsfeld who devoted their lives to search for the highest level Nazis still at large.
Independent filmmaker Raymond Red's first crossover to full-length feature is a highly visual chronicle of the rise and fall of revolutionary hero Andres Bonifacio. Noted for its heavy stylistics and painstaking attention to filmic detail, the biopic also tackles the momentous events surrounding the Philippine struggle against Spanish colonialism. The historical epic is a most fitting cinematic memorial to the centenary of Philippine independence.
An epic war film about the battle of the Italian and Libyan armies.
This was made in 1985 as a follow up to Blue Monday and War Machine. The music is Virgin by Prince Far I / Singers & Players on On-U Sound.