Product Tag - 2016

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    How Not to Work & Claim Benefits... (and Other Useful Information for Wasters) (2016)

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    How Not to Work & Claim Benefits… (and Other Useful Information for Wasters) (2016)

    Mike and Dave, two Northern British idiots sponging off the state, find themselves pissed up with a case load of cash and the vague memory of a dodgy job offer. But when the sinister Mr. Martin comes to check his ‘task’ has been completed, Mike and Dave must learn to tell the truth or be lost in a lie forever.

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    The Power of Volcanoes (2016)

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    The Power of Volcanoes (2016)

    In the 6th century AD, large parts of the world were affected by mysterious weather events causing temperature drop, crop failures and famines. All this might be the result of a large volcanic eruption in the tropics. But can a local natural disaster impact the global weather, thus influencing the course of history? Using stunning re-enactments and unique animation techniques, “The Power of Volcanoes” makes it clear: Volcanoes might be sleeping giants. But they can wake up quicker than you think and in the worst case trigger a fatal chain of events.

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    Pounopunik (2016)

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    Pounopunik (2016)

    The story of “Pounopunik” revolves around the struggle of a female sex worker to give her daughter the light of education.

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    Mother, I've Pretty Much Forgotten Your Face (2016)

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    Mother, I’ve Pretty Much Forgotten Your Face (2016)

    Pig heads, intestines, megaphones: all these and more have been thrown into crowds of loyal fans following the influential punk band THE STALIN or any of number of Michiro Endo’s other bands since 1980. Taking a step in front of the camera, however, Endo offers a very different kind of encounter in this inspiring self-portrait. “Mother, I’ve Pretty Much Forgotten Your Face” follows the artist, a native of Nihonmatsu, Fukushima, on the 2011 nationwide solo tour celebrating his 60th birthday, which was interrupted by the Great East Japan Earthquake. Traveling, performing and talking with fellow musicians and activists, Endo reflects on the past and future of Fukushima, the legacy of Hiroshima, his upbringing and his feelings about his mother, communicated in the song from which the documentary is named.

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    World War A: Aliens Invade Earth (2016)

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    World War A: Aliens Invade Earth (2016)

    Leading scientists and researchers weigh in on the scenarios that might unfold if aliens find us and decide to visit Earth. Should we even be searching for extraterrestrial life? What are the risks of reaching out, and what are the risks if the Earth is “found” by aliens?.

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    Those Shocking Shaking Days (2016)

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    Those Shocking Shaking Days (2016)

    Experimental filmmaker Selma Doborac presents a radical and uncompromising essay on the impossibility of depicting the atrocities of war through insightful subtitles and meditative footage of abandoned structures that belong to the present as well as to the past.

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    Slender (2016)

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    Slender (2016)

    Two filmmakers searching for the perfect documentary subject stumble across a story that even they don’t want to believe.

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    Staycation (2016)

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    Staycation (2016)

    Unforeseen circumstances have brought a man to New York City alone. A trip that was meant for him and his girlfriend — they were to see a show — is now just him. And there’s something off about his Airbnb.

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    Time Rush (2016)

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    Time Rush (2016)

    Alex, stuck in a repeating loop of time, must navigate his way through the bustling streets of Bangkok with mysterious men on his heels trying to kill him. Parkour, martial arts, shoot outs and car flips all result in his death until the last loop.

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    In Memory of (2016)

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    In Memory of (2016)

    When a medical experiment turns into a blood-soaked nightmare, the only surviving subject flees for her life. Painfully missing her most precious memories of childhood, pummelled by horrific hallucinations, and pursued by those who stand to profit from her damaged brain, Amber Sheridan embarks on a cross-country road trip to track down a mysterious stranger – a man who has the ability to end Amber’s madness, and restore the memories that have been stolen from her.

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    The Runaround Club (2016)

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    The Runaround Club (2016)

    A pair of thieves get more than they bargain for when they trespass on a battered suburban family and their controlling father. As situations escalate, morality comes into question for all involved.

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    What About ME? (2016)

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    What About ME? (2016)

    Inside the dramatic search for a cure to ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome). 17 million people around the world suffer from what ME/CFS has been known as a mystery illness, delegated to the psychological realm, until now. A scientist in the only neuro immune institute in the world may have come up with the answer. An important human drama, plays out on the quest for the truth.

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