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The FremantleMedia Archive is one of the largest and most diverse Television and Film libraries in the world. Boasting some of the world's most recognised and cutting edge news and standalone documentaries as well as a wide range of content from light entertainment, game shows, dramas, comedies and children's programming. The Thames Television collection alone has over 100,000 hours of programming including Thames News and This Week/TVEye (1968-1992), the flagship current affairs programme of its day.
Set in the dramatic and alluring landscape of the north, Arctic Defenders tells the remarkable story that began in1968 with a radical Inuit movement that changed Canada's political landscape forever. It lead to the largest land claim in western civilization, orchestrated by young visionary Inuit with a dream - the governance of their territory - the creation of Nunavut. The story reveals Canada's misguided attempts at sovereignty in the north and finds hope and inspiration from determined people who changed the rules of the game.
Researcher's Statement: I was asked to work on ARCTIC DEFENDERS in the early stages of the film's development. The result of such careful planning and diligent research paid off. There is a nearly seamless marriage between the interviews and contemporary sequences. Over one hundred sources for footage and photos were contacted for material, including historical news footage, early documentary film, and a myriad of photographic images from public and private sources.
No twentieth-century figure has had a more profound effect on the worlds of literature, film, politics, historical debate, and the culture wars than Gore Vidal. Nicholas Wrathall's new documentary is a fascinating and wholly entertaining portrait of the last lion of the age of American Liberalism. Commentary by those who knew him best - including filmmaker nephew Burr Steers and the late Christopher Hitchens - blends with footage from Vidal's legendary on-air career to remind us why he will forever stand as one of the most fearless critics of our time.
Nicholas Wrathall's Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia is a fantastic example of how expertly utilised archive footage can produce a breathtaking portrait of a notorious figure. Nicholas's use of footage from Vidal's television career (including the famous debates with William Buckley) capture both the sharp wit and emotional complexities of a man who's contributions to modern literature and politics can never be understated.
This film is a story of a big Slovak catholic family, which has been left by the father. Mother Jana, five daughters and one son Adam suddenly were left alone. Adam decided to put up with this huge change in his life in a very strong way, to shoot this film, as the ''last man standing" in the family. This film tells the story of how one man cannot manage seven women, and how seven women can fight for one man. How can he learn from parent's divorce and how can He help teach his sisters to divorce well in the future?
The documentary is a great production and worthy of an award