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Salaya International Documentary Film Festival

In Thailand each year, there might be one or two documentary features  released in limited cinema.  Meanwhile documentary films have been hilightened by International film festival in the recent years and have become popular genre due to its superb quality to convey the truth and voice of the people. Seeing this changing trend,  Film Archive (Public Organization) would like provide Thai audience with wider range of documentary, not only to see more Thai documentary , but also documentary in the ASEAN region and masterpiece from around the world.

POOP ON POVERTY

Director: Vijay S. Jodha.

Set on the edge of the Thar Desert in India and in the middle of the biggest camel fair, this film looks at the lesser known side of one of world’s most visited, filmed and photographed destinations to highlight an issue that concerns over 2.5 billion people on our planet.

International Freethought Film Festival 2013

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The categories of films that we screen range from live action, animation, documentary, experimental and narrative features and shorts.

 

Exploring Love

Director: Brent Bambic.
A single man struggles to find deeper meaning in his materialistic life.

THE INVOCATION

Director: Emmanuel ITIER.
Looking for God...Finding Peace. Let's become Peace in Action.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS IS NOW OPEN (EARLY BIRD DEADLINE 8/30/11)

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Call for Entries to the 2012 International Freethought Film Festival is now open. Submit your film via Withoutabox: http://www.withoutabox.com/login/8456 Deadlines: ~August 30th, 2011....................Early Bird ~December 30th, 2011...............Regular ~February 15th, 2012.................Late ~April 15th, 2012.......................Extended (Withoutabox)   ABOUT THE FILM FESTIVAL The International Freethought Film Festival is a niche film festival for th...

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Director: Kazuyuki Akashi.

“My family fell apart long ago…” Kumi, 18, hit her father and no longer goes to school. She spends her days on a riverbank, which is also the favorite place of 28-year-old hostess Ryo, who owes money to Kumi’s father, Daikou. Even though Kumi considers Ryo, her father’s mistress, to be a sworn enemy, she begins to feel something of a connection with her and so comes to the riverbank to see her. Ryo hates Daikou for suddenly demanding she give back all the money he had given her, but despite this she too begins to feel a connection to Kumi, in whom she sees something of her own past. One day, Kumi meets Riyu, 17, a victim of online bullying. Unlike Kumi, Riyu continues to go to school despite a falling out with her ex-best friend, Saki. Kumi’s indifference proves strangely enticing to Riyu. Kumi and her mother, Kasumi, 40, stopped communicating with each other a long time ago. Kumi is cold to her mother, whose mental state gradually deteriorates, but at the same time does not know how to express herself. Daikou struggles with an impending lawsuit against him. Kasumi tries to revive her family by behaving as if everything was normal. Saki wishes she could make up with Riyu. All of their thoughts intertwine. For Kumi time has stopped since she hit her father. Riyu suffers as she tries to graduate high school. Ryo projects her own past onto Kumi’s present. Will they manage to get their lives back on track?

Stills from our latest film "The Apostle"

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Our latest film, "The Apostle," has already generated some buzz after its first showing in Watertown, CT. Investigating the pressures of having the fate of the world rest on one's shoulders, "The Apostle" is a realistic interpretation of how teens may react when the second coming of the teenaged Messiah descends from his home in the mountains of Montana. Here are some stills from the film....

I Don't Think That You Could Push Freedom of Expression Much Further

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The International Freethought Film Festival is taking place at the iconic Tampa Theatre in downtown Tampa, Florida during the weekend of May 13th-15th. If you value freedom of expression and the freedom to ask questions and challenge things that seem to defy all reason; this event is surely deserving of your attention. This is the first film festival of its kind where the entire focus is to promote reason, critical thinking and freedom of inquiry. Most of the films question and challenge reli...

Features That Raise Ultimate Questions

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Call for Submissions for the first season of the International Freethought Film Festival is now closed. Over 30 filmmakers received the good news that their films have been selected to be screened at the IFFF inaugural event during the weekend of May 13th-15th, 2011 in downtown Tampa, Florida at the Tampa Theatre. Films that best reflected the mission statement of promoting reason, critical thinking and freedom of inquiry were selected. While reason, critical thinking and freedom of inquiry...

Ham & The Piper complete

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It's beena tremendous effort to finally finish Ham & The Piper. The film is magnificent and looks beautiful, thanks to the work of young Polish cinemtagrapher, Bartlomiej Sienkiewicz, a real talent for one so young. The music is wonderful too and the performances.... out of this world, especially Jeffery Kissoon in the lead. We've had some interest which is great before we head off into the festival circuit.   Check the film out on http://www.wix.com/hamandthepiper/movie ...

Call for Entries for the First Season of the International Freethought Film Festival ends January 15th

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Submit your film via Withoutabox: https://www.withoutabox.com/login/8456   Check out the International Freethought Film Festival event details to date: http://www.freethoughtfilmfest.org/index.php?p=1_34_GOING-THERE   Take a look at some of the trailers of the films that have already been selected: http://www.freethoughtfilmfest.org/index.php?p=1_41_TRAILERS   Become a Fan on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Freeth...

HIGH POWER

Director: lavi vanounou.
Messiah is alive and kicking in Tel Aviv.One day a man who claims to be the Messiah appears in the middle of Tel Aviv city and preaches to the angry people passing by, annoyed by his prophecies.

FUEL FEST IS GETING READY TO LAUNCH

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MAY 15th, 2010 FUELFESTAZ.COM will start.  This is going to be a great filmfest.  Unlike many festivals where your film is only shown once, you film will now go on TOUR.  Once your film and or Short is selected, it will be shown at venues across the country and hopfully the world.  This will get you the distribution deal you have been waiting for.  We will keep track of everything.  DETAILS will be on the site.  If your interested in getting involved, contact me.  I look forward to worki...

Teenagers

Director: Paul Verhoeven (France).
Beside not very commendable teenagers, there exist some others, but who are never showed… Now, these young people, like Lucas, Alexis, etc, can have a beneficial influence on the youths adrift, and even make them better. But sometimes it is necessary to agree to pay the full price, like the corn grain which must die to bear fruit… It is what this film shows, film at the same time dramatic and full with hope, inspired from real facts.

Religion Today

International Festival of cinema, religions, society that take place since 1997 in Trento (Italy).
19th edition will be from 7th to 17th October 2016.

 

Faith And Film: SILVERDOCS Finds Religion

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Thursday, June 15----One of the tenets of the American system of governing is a strict separation of church and state. It is very clearly written into our Constitution, and was certainly the intention of our "founding fathers", who had experienced the persecutions of state religions in Europe. This seperation between church doctrine and the rule of law has been scrupulously followed but that wall is definitely crumbling. A number of documentaries premiering at the SILVERDOCS festival this week,...

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