Category Documentary

Stone Barn Castle

In 2007, the actor Oscar winner Adrien Brody fell in love with a partially burned stone barn tucked away in the north woods of upstate New York, who reminded him of an old European castle. Trying to realize the dream of a lifetime, in having a place in the country, it has decided to risk buying this charming inn, but dilapidated. Adrien has dealt the elaborate restoration of the property for seven years, transforming it into a magical place to share with family and friends...

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Kim Baker arrives in Afghanistan, in Kabul, as a war reporter. He does not know the real situation of the place and in the first days hard to get used to this new life. Tina Fey, icon of the Hollywood comedy, plays the American journalist in Glenn Ficarra and John Requa movie based on the book-truth of the Baker “The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan.” Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is a black comedy with a more political and social subtext. The directors of Crazy, Stupid Love through a blatant comedy show the effects of war even on those not directly involved: Kim begins to get used to the danger, that life always on the cutting edge, where even a journalist would do anything for a ‘ exclusive for its network. The horror of war has become a commodity, like everything. Thanks to a cast of actors always impeccable, Alfred Molina who plays the national prosecutor and Martin Freeman as the Scottish journalist Iain, the film maintains an increasingly fast-paced with never a failure...

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Royal Opera House- La Traviata

La Traviata is considered one of the finest works of Verdi and the traditional staging of Richard Eyre is one of the most popular productions of the Royal Opera House. It is the story of a Parisian courtesan Violetta Valery, one of the great heroines of opera history, that is inspired by the story of the courtesan Marie Duplessis, who died in 1847, at the age of 23 years...

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Snowden

In 2013, holed up in a hotel room in Hong Kong, the twenty-nine Edward Snowden, former coach of the CIA and the NSA computer consultant, revealed, sensitive data in hand, the British newspaper The Guardian and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, l ‘ existence of different mass surveillance programs, kept secret intelligence programs, which guarantee the US government an extremely invasive monitoring level and against any privacy rights on its territory and the rest of the world, passed with the security excuse...

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National Theatre Live- Hamlet

The events of the Prince of Denmark whose father was killed by his uncle who soon after he married his mother, his dilemmas, his feigned madness and relive the tragic death in a mass in the National Theatre scene starring Benedict Cumberbatch ...

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Pelé

It is 1950 and Brazil has the entire ear radio or their eyes to the small screen: it is a matter of national pride. The home defeat at the hands of Uruguay, in the last game of the World Championships in Rio, throwing the country into a state of collective despair and devastating. Through the implementation of practical discussion of the ginga, the expression of a happy and spectacular football, Brazilians bring into question their own identity and their worldview. But not the little I say, 9 years old, played football elf shoeless between Bauru alleys...

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Eddie the Eagle

Inspired by the true story of Eddie Edwards, the film tells the ascent of an unusual athlete who wants to achieve his dream of racing for ski jumping and represent Great Britain at the Winter Olympics. In 1973, the little Eddie, despite his physical problems and parents who continually oppose, cultivates the dream of competing in the most prestigious competitions, the Olympics...

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Exhibition On Screen- Renoir

Born into a modest family in the heart of France, in Limoges, Renoir (1841-1919) is one of the most beloved Impressionist painters and known to the world as well as an essential part of the history of European culture. Grew up in Paris, he met Manet, Bazille, Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Pissarro...

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Leonardo Da Vinci – The Genius in Milan

As of the exhibition dedicated to him at the Palazzo Reale in Milan while he was going on the Expo’s documentary traces the Leonardo Da Vinci’s activities in the period when he was in the city during the rule of Ludovico il Moro...

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Goya Visions of flesh and blood

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), better known as Francisco Goya, is considered one of the most important Spanish artists of all time and one of the precursors of modern art, able to assert its supreme art both as a portrait of the highest ranks of the Spanish company, is a commentator for the life of the people...

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