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17th Of August
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directed by Alexander Ilyich Gutman; produced by Krzysztof Kopczynski and Alexander Ilyich Gutman, Telewizja Polska, Atelier Film Alexandr and Eureka Media (Montréal, QC: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 53 mins
On a remote island in Northern Russia Boris is serving a life sentence for triple murder. He is one of the first to do so in post-Soviet Russia after the death penalty was abolished in 1993. This unsettling documentary brings us inside, not only Boris' dark, cold, claustrophobic cell but also the hidden recesses o...
directed by Alexander Ilyich Gutman; produced by Krzysztof Kopczynski and Alexander Ilyich Gutman, Telewizja Polska, Atelier Film Alexandr and Eureka Media (Montréal, QC: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 53 mins
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Afghanistan's Opium Trail
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directed by Mehran Bozorgnia; produced by Journeyman Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 44 mins
Over 90% of the world's opium now comes from Afghanistan. This no-holds barred documentary follows this illicit industry, from the cultivation of the opium plants, to the processing of heroin, to the cross border smuggling that occurs between Afghanistan and Iran. The cameras actually catch the ambush of smugglers...
directed by Mehran Bozorgnia; produced by Journeyman Pictures (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2008), 44 mins
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African Studies Series, The Congo and Sudan: Mission Impossible
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produced by Journeyman Pictures, in African Studies Series (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2011), 39 mins
What motivates missionaries to travel to some of the most inhospitable parts of the globe, to treat terrible diseases like leprosy, to help those most in need? In this poignant documentary we meet three missionaries: Father Alfredo, who lives in Dondo, a village in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo; Fa...
produced by Journeyman Pictures, in African Studies Series (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2011), 39 mins
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American Faust: From Condi to Neo-Condi
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directed by Sebastian Doggart, 1970-; produced by Sebastian Doggart, 1970- (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2010), 1 hour 30 mins
From a segregated childhood in Alabama to becoming the most powerful woman in the world, Condoleezza Rice cuts an extraordinary and enigmatic figure. This incisive documentary tells a mesmerizing Faustian tale of a woman whose pursuit of power destroyed her core values and rocketed America into a fateful new direc...
directed by Sebastian Doggart, 1970-; produced by Sebastian Doggart, 1970- (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2010), 1 hour 30 mins
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Azerbaijan: All the President's Oil
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produced by Journeyman Pictures; interview by Marcel Theroux (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2011), 26 mins
Azerbaijan, which occupies the southern part of the isthmus between the Black and Caspian seas, is a country rich in history, and in oil. So rich in oil, it should to be a textbook example of the benefits of globalization; however, as reporter Marcel Theroux explains, the vast amount of money coming in is not tric...
produced by Journeyman Pictures; interview by Marcel Theroux (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2011), 26 mins
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Benazir Bhutto: Daughter of Power
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directed by Philip Selkirk, fl. 2001 (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2008), 1 hour 8 mins
As a young woman, Benazir Bhutto dreamed of throwing the best parties and living in London. But she took on the mantle of political leadership, suffering years of imprisonment, before becoming the Muslim world’s first female leader. Touted as a symbol of modernity and democracy, her name became synonymous with c...
directed by Philip Selkirk, fl. 2001 (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2008), 1 hour 8 mins
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Bin Laden??
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directed by Emmanuel Razavi and Eric de Lavarène; produced by Emmanuel Razavi and Eric de Lavarène (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2007), 43 mins
Whatever happened to the hunt for Bin Laden? In the wake of 9/11, President Bush vowed not to 'rest until we find him'. But five years into the most expensive manhunt the world has ever seen, 'Public Enemy Number One' remains at large.
directed by Emmanuel Razavi and Eric de Lavarène; produced by Emmanuel Razavi and Eric de Lavarène (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2007), 43 mins
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Born Slave
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directed by Bo Harringer, fl. 2009 and Helene Aastrup Samuels (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2003), 52 mins
Slavery is alive and well in Mauritania: several vague diplomatic attempts to ban the practice have never been put into practice. We look at the people whose lives are bought and sold in this remote desert nation.
directed by Bo Harringer, fl. 2009 and Helene Aastrup Samuels (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2003), 52 mins
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Bosnia Revisited: Searching for Peace
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directed by Ulf von Mechow; produced by Ulf von Mechow (Montréal, QC: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 59 mins
A powerful and intelligent documentary by Ulf von Mechow searches for answers to the horrors that occurred in Bosnia. How is Bosnia coping 8 years on? Are attitudes finally changing? How is the country coming to terms with the terrible levels of violence it endured?
directed by Ulf von Mechow; produced by Ulf von Mechow (Montréal, QC: Journeyman Pictures, 2012), 59 mins
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Burma's Nuclear Ambitions
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directed by Evan Williams, fl. 2006-2015 (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2010), 44 mins
Top secret photographs and eye-witness testimony gathered over five years provide powerful evidence of Burma's plans to develop a nuclear capability. Are they modelling themselves on North Korea? 'They really want to build nuclear bombs. That's their main objective', claims army defector, Sai Thein Win. A Major...
directed by Evan Williams, fl. 2006-2015 (Surrey, England: Journeyman Pictures, 2010), 44 mins
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