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The Salt of the Earth

“Every photograph is an adventure.” In his latest production, The Salt of the Earth, director Wim Wenders explores what inspires the legendary photographer Sebastião Salgado when he works.

Salgado is not just a great photographer. He may well be the last great photographer – at least in the classic, humane tradition, working in black and white, telling profound truths.

Stone Story - Documentary

Martin Stone chose freedom: in 1966, he took his young daughters, Deborah & Jacqueline and hit the road on a six-year adventure with America’s wildest hippy community, the Hog Farm. Five decades later, Martin and his girls live very separate lives. Martin remained true to his counter-culture beliefs and today, lives “in community,” sharing his rambling Montreal, Mile End apartment with young roommates who dig his alternative vibe. For Martin, being a hippy wasn’t a phase, it’s a way of life. His daughters, both now living in Philadelphia, decided on more mainstream existences.

Marina Abramović in Brazil: The Space in Between

In search of personal healing and artistic inspiration, Marina Abramović travels through Brazil experiencing sacred rituals and exploring the limits between art and spirituality. How far will she go to create another work of art? Thank you Marina :-)

Icaros

Icaros explores the profound spiritual universe of the Shipibo indigenous people who live by the Ucayali river, one of the main tributaries of the Peruvian Amazon.Young Mokan Rono sets out on a fascinating journey to discover the ancestral knowledge of ayahuasca, mentored by a wise shaman and by his mother Wasanyaca, a master healer.

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