Showing 1 - 10 of 86 titles with a criteria of Subject is Fascism and Totalitarianism
As her family’s worst nightmare unfolds on screen, Lissette Orozco's Adriana’s Pact explors accounts by human rights organizations, colleagues, and the press, but....who is saying the truth? The film bridges the divide between emotion, memory, and history.
Pragda Films | 2017 | 96 minutes
Syrian brothers Adel and Hadi Bakkour take to the streets of Rio de Janeiro to fight for democracy in the country where they found refuge.
Pragda Films | 2021 | 83 minutes
Journalism students at the University of Chile embark on an investigation of El Mercurio, the oldest newspaper in Chile.
Icarus Films | 2008 | 80 minutes
During the 1980s, Brazil's military dictatorship erected a massive Amazon dam, leaving residents without electricity for 40 years. A film crew explores the decision to stay.
Pragda Films | 2020 | 78 minutes
Asier and I follows Aitor as he ties to understand what could have led his childhood friend to join the terrorist group ETA. Armed with a camera, Aitor meets Asier upon his release from jain, ready to tell this story.
Pragda Films | 2013 | 93 minutes
A Spanish-Moroccan family that is going out on vacation is stopped by the police. After the humiliating search, things will never be the same.
Pragda Films | 2010 | 10 minutes
Follow Brazil's transition from dictatorship to democracy through three narratives: demands for free elections, Brazilian rock groups, and the Corinthian democracy football movement.
Pragda Films | 2014 | 91 minutes
The Spanish selection for the 89th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Film, Black Bread is set in the war-ravaged Catalan countryside of the early 1940s where a local man is accused of murder and his son sets out to find the truth.
Pragda Films | 2011 | 108 minutes
An exploration of the possible relationship between Heloísa, the filmmaker, and her father, an engineer who had his moment of glory during the Brazilian military dictatorship.
Pragda Films | 2017 | 72 minutes
Legendary Spanish filmmaker Carlos Saura unveils his hidden passion: Photography.
Pragda Films | 2017 | 52 minutes