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2005

    • The Deal

      A documentary directed by .

      Based on a true story: a British television crew travelled to Colombia and made a fake documentary about drug trafficking. The film was an international smash hit (as was The Connection). When a London daily discovers that the whole thing is a hoax, a couple of British journalists are sent [...]

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    • Far from war, Chechnya the endless war

      A documentary directed by .

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    • Les moussons intimes : sur les traces du Mahatma Gandhi

      A documentary directed by .

      This documentary is only available in French. If you need further information, please contact us: contact@www.zaradoc.com

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    • Champagne legacy: the revolt of the dawn

      A documentary directed by .

      This documentary is only available in french. If you need further information, please contact us: contact@www.zaradoc.com

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    • Vukovar, the city of lost souls

      A documentary directed by , .

      Vukovar, the city of wolves, is the town, which has been the most bombed since the end of WWII. Since November 18th, it has been called the Balkans’ Guernica. Its destruction was a historical event. A simple woman witnessed the agony of Vukovar. Vesna Bosanac is the head of the [...]

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    • Spanish Movida Opus 1: Movida

      A documentary directed by .

      The Spanish Movidas, six documentary films about the new musical world in the Iberian Peninsula, a world simmering with excitement, a mixture of memories from the beginning of the Movida and new bands starting their career today. A trip into the Spanish musical night, as the witness of the after [...]

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    • Far from Fidel

      A documentary directed by .

      Cuban immigrants have kept coming to Miami in the past 40 years. From the “gusanos”, the first opponents to Castro’s regime, to the “marielitos” in the 1980’s, to the “balseros” in the 1990’s and to the latest arrivals, who were granted visas.

      Miami has become a Cuban town which could easily [...]

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    • When Franco died, we were 30

      A documentary directed by .

      On November the 20th 1975, Franco dies. It was thirty years ago. The Spanish director Gustavo Cortès Bueno was 30 years old. Franco’s dictatorship over Spain had lasted 40 years. The anniversary of General Franco’s death is the occasion to tackle the difficult task of looking back over the willingly [...]

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    • May justice prevail!

      A documentary directed by .

      In 2001, Argentina collapsed. That was the beginning of an unprecedented economic, social and political crisis. Consequently, two-thirds of the population sank into poverty and destitution.

      For the Argentinean society, the crisis is the result of conservative and liberal politics, which were deliberately applied and whose consequences were clearly foreseen. Argentinean [...]

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    • My first contact: autonomy on their ancestral territories

      A documentary directed by , .

      It happened forty years ago, on the bank of the Rio Jatoba in the middle of the Brazilian Amazonian forest. The Ikpeng Indians, a tribe of aggressive warriors, met with the white man for the first time ever. The Indians relate this decisive meeting that irreversibly changed their lives. We [...]

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    • The golden age of the Cuban cinema

      A documentary directed by .

      In March 1959, will be created in Havana the ICAIC, the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinematographic Industry. It is the first act of the cultural policy of the new mode. During the ten years which will follow, under the aegis of this organization the Cuban cinema makes incredible great [...]

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    • Iraq, the song of the missing men

      A documentary directed by .

      In looking beyond the particular histories and sensitivities of Iraq’s different communities, Iraqi filmmaker Layth Abdulamir examines the common roots of this often mistreated and misunderstood country. His camera captures the cultural, social and historical heritage of men and women who wove the fabric of a nation… Kurds, Arabs, Turkomen, [...]

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    • Havana hip-hop underground

      A documentary directed by .

      Today in Cuba rap music is undoubtfully one very powerful vector of independent freedom of expression, allowed by the state and even sometimes promoted by it. Castro’s regime, although very much questioned in the news by those paying attention to the expression of opinions on the island, has enabled about [...]

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    • Enrico Macias

      A documentary directed by .

      Jewish, Algerian, French, of Kabil origin, Tunisian, Spanish… Enrico Macias – or Gaston Ghrenassian, it’s the same, he says, is above all a man who sings about life. His life and the history that he has been through bear witness to it, he is both spectator and protagonist. For, beyond [...]

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    • Congo, peace held to ransom

      A documentary directed by , .

      Living with fear has been the lot of the Congolese of Northern Katanga for many years. Following the official cessation of the war between the RDC and the Rwandan occupiers in 2002, the military and Congolese resistance fighters turned their weapons on the civil population. Pillaging, theft, demands, burned and [...]

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    • The golden age of Cuban cinema

      A documentary directed by .

      In March 1959, will be created in Havana ICAIC, the Cuban Institute of Art and Cinematographic Industry. This is the first act of cultural policy of the new regime. During the ten years that follow, under the auspices of this organization, the Cuban cinema is experiencing a tremendous boom.

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