Why We Fight is the provocative new documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Eugene Jarecki (The Trials of Henry Kissinger) and winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Named after the series of short films by legendary director Frank Capra that explored America’s reasons for entering World War II, Why We Fight surveys a half-century of military conflicts, asking how – and answering why – a nation of, by and for the people has become the savings-and-loan of a government system whose survival depends on an Orwellian state of constant war.
The creators of Debtocracy, analyze the shifting of state assets to private hands. They travel round the world gathering data on privatization and search for clues on the day after Greece’s massive privatization program.
Dirty Diaries is a 2009 collection of thirteen pornographic short films made by Swedish feminists and produced by Mia Engberg. The individual films are highly diverse in content, although many of them feature humour and different forms of queer sex. The creative decisions were based on a manifesto with the aim to create pornography that is non-commercial and follows feminist ideals. The film sparked controversy before and after its release because of sexually provocative content and the fact that it was mainly financed through public funds.
Želimir Žilnik (rođen u Nišu, 1942. godine, živi i radi u Novom Sadu), autor je brojnih igranih i dokumentarnih filmova, jedan od začetnika žanra doku-drama, nagrađivan na domaćim i internacionalnim filmskim festivalima. Od samog starta profesionalnog rada na filmu, okrenut savremenim temama, koje uključuju društvenu, političku i ekonomsku kritiku svakodnevice (Žurnal o omladini na selu, zimi (1967), Pioniri maleni, mi smo vojska prava, svakog dana ničemo ko zelena trava (1968), Nezaposleni ljudi (1968) i Lipanjska gibanja (1969), Crni film (1971), Ustanak u Jasku (1973) i drugi.