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UNITED STATES | 93 minutes | 1958
In the late 19th century, extravagant hats adorned with spectacular feathers were all the rage. In south Florida, a gamekeeper tries to halt the massacre behind the flourishing trade. Directed by the great Nicholas Ray, this remarkably lucid film is striking for its subtlety as it explores the complexities of an ecological tragedy: the powerlessness of the individual, the limits of activism, poaching and its grey areas, the ravages of consumerism – absent regulation, the blame is pinned on capitalism. The unforgettable showdown between the protagonists – as poignant as it is epic – becomes an allegory for our current dilemmas and paradoxes.Presented by URBANIA
200 years after Alien 3, Ellen Ripley re-emerges (understandably changed) alongside a group of space pirates trying to save the Earth from an imminent...
UNITED STATES | 116 minutes | 1997
Ellen Ripley is back on the planet from the first movie. But this time, she’s accompanied by a squad of marines with a simple mission: kill all the...
UNITED STATES, UNITED KINGDOM | 134 minutes | 1986
An impressionistic study of Lake Guatavita (Colombia), a sacred site for the Muisca people that inspired the legend of El Dorado.
COLOMBIA, CANADA | 7 minutes | 2018
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