Media Studies

  • 72 min.

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    Poissonnier, Pascal, 2011

    During the longest political crisis ever, director Pascal Poissonnier filmed for over more than a year a couple of leading political journalists during there daily work.

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  • 85 min.

    Warology

    Menegazzo, Morgan, 2011

    In the documentary Warology several war experts, ranging from politicians and scientists to military officials, reflect on the evolution of warfare in the twentieth century.

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  • 72 min.

    Blood Ink

    Cespedes, Marcelo & Guarini, Carmen, 1998

    In the 1990's Argentina suffered huge problems of inflation, capital flight, and budget deficits, forshadowing its economic collapse in 2001.

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  • 168 min.

    Manufacturing Consent - Noam Chomsky and the Media

    Achbar, Mark & Wintonick, Peter, 1992

    Propaganda is to democracy is what violence is to dictatorship. These are the critical words of renowned linguist and activist Noam Chomsky.

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  • 73 min.

    Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our Times

    Junkerman, John, 2002

    Have you always wanted to attend to a lecture of the famous intellectual and critic Noam Chomsky but never had the opportunity? Now is your chance to hear his argumentation and see him connect with his audience.

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  • 85 min.

    Carmen meets Borat

    Stalenhoef, Mercedes, 2008

    The life of Carmen, a teenage girl is turned upside down as a film crew turns her Romanian village Glod into an internationally known place.

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  • 52 min.

    Bernard Kouchner

    Citroen, Elisabeth, 2005

    Regisseur Elisabeth Citroen volgt in deze documentaire het leven van de opmerkelijke Franse minister van Buitenlandse Zaken: Bernard Kouchner.

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  • 48 min.

    The truth according to Wikipedia

    IJsbrand van Veelen, 2008

    As traditional mass media wither away and an increasing number of people access information through Wikipedia, critics warn that “our” Web is taking a course that will eventually lead to an info-crisis and loss of truth.

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  • 89 min.

    Panorama Ephemera

    Prelinger, Rick, 2004

    The documentary Panorama Ephemera gives an overview of life in America in the period 1626-1978.

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  • 19 min.

    To the shores of Iwo Jima

    Sperling, Milton, 1945

    From 8 December 1944 to 19 February 1945 Allied forces bombed Japanese installations on Iwo Jima daily in order to soften Japan's defenses on the island.

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  • 37 min.

    The battle of San Pietro

    Huston, John, 1943

    The battle of San Pietro was a crucial event in the Allied Campagne to liberate Italy.

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  • 67 min.

    War comes to America

    Capra, Frank, 1944

    As the last chapter in the series and made on the eve of D-day, War Comes To America is a patriotic statement designed to eliminate any possibility of U S reluctance to invade Nazi Europe.

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  • 53 min.

    The battle of Britain

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Britain," Chapter IV of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, begins after Hitler's conquest of Western Europe.

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  • 46 min.

    The Battle of Russia part II

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Russia part I & II cover the Soviet war with Germany from 1941 to early 1943. In Part Two, the German army falls victim to the Soviet scorched-earth strategy.

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  • 36 min.

    The Battle of Russia part I

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    The Battle of Russia Part I & II cover the Soviet war with Germany from 1941 to early 1943. Part I shows how the Nazi regime, frustrated by the tenacity of British resistance, sets its sights on the Soviet Union instead.

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  • 53 min.

    Divide and Conquer

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    Divide and Conquer is the third chapter of the Why We Fight propaganda series. Using newsreel footage and animated maps, Capra delineates Hitler's strategy in overtaking Europe.

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  • 65 min.

    The Battle of China

    Capra, Frank, 1944

    Chapter VI of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, explains why the Empire of Japan possessed such a strong interest in ruling the disparate lands of China during World War II.

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  • 53 min.

    Prelude to war

    Capra, Frank, 1943

    Prelude to War is the first chapter in the famous propaganda series, used as a U.S. Army training film in WWII before theatrical release.

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  • 41 min.

    The Nazi Strike

    Capra, Frank, 1942

    Chapter II of the Why We Fight propaganda film series, examines Hitler's rise to power using captured enemy film footage.

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  • 70 min.

    The Daily Nation

    Molenaar, Hillie & Wijk, Joop van, 2000

    In this feature documentary film we discover East Africa's biggest and most modern newspaper,The Daily Nation Kenya's only independent source of information.

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  • 80 min.

    Procedure 769, witness to an execution

    Hoewijk, Jaap van, 1995

    Our criminal justice system is fallible. We know it! It is fallible despite our best efforts to do justice. And this fallibility is, at the end of the day, the most compelling, persuasive, and winning argument against the death penalty. - Eliot Spitzer

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  • 123 min.

    Fahrenheit 9/11

    Moore, Michael, 2004

    One of the most controversial and provocative films of the year, Fahrenheit 9/11 is muckraker Michael Moore's searing examination of the Bush administration's actions in the wake of the tragic events of 9/11.

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  • 75 min.

    Outfoxed

    Greenwald, Robert, 2004

    Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, have been running a "race to the bottom" in television news.

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