It’s near impossible to build a career as a female film journalist, but Pauline Kael defied the odds. Never a dull read, the long-time New Yorker film critic and best-selling author was a force to be reckoned with.
Have you ever wondered where all those phones and laptops and miscellaneous electrical goods you discarded ended up? Welcome to ‘Sodom’, a blazing, toxic electrical dump in Agbogbloshie, Ghana, where thousands of men, women and children work through the waste that has been illegally shipped there.
With different animation styles, Wall brings to life a monologue originally performed onstage by playwright and screenwriter Sir David Hare. Speaking to friends in Israel and Palestine, Hare considers ramifications of the wall dividing Israel and Palestine.
In rural Slovakia, a young man dresses up in army gear and plays with other men in a forest. Peter Švrček has chilling intentions. The ‘Slovak Recruits’ undergo bullying indoctrination techniques to join Švrček’s paramilitary movement while he dreams of a worldwide rise of the right.
Subversive, era-defining and visionary, Vivienne Westwood has been shaking up the fashion world for 40 years. With unprecedented access to the queen of fashion herself, Westwood is a candid portrait of an inimitable icon.