How Ping-Pong Saved the World recounts the events of April 1971 when a Table Tennis team became the first Americans to enter communist China in decades. These unlikely diplomats were about to reshape history and make a breakthrough of historic proportions.
This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them.
From the brewing discontent that preceded the Egyptian revolution, to the 18 days of brutally suppressed protests when success seemed far from inevitable, this film puts us in the centre of the action.
This study of subliminal messaging in film, music, politics and advertising, takes you on a journey through the subconscious mind examining the history, research and effects of such techniques on society.
In 1988, Olivier made a perilous journey across Afghanistan, under Soviet occupation, with a $50,000 donation in his backpack. He then had a car accident, amnesia and the new challenge of rebuilding his identity.
Diary of a Times Square Thief documents the search for the writer of a mysterious diary found on EBay. As director Bense attempts to track down the characters described in the diary, a picture emerges of a lost generation.