2016 Santa Barbara International Film Festival

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In the horror of 1944 Auschwitz, a prisoner forced to burn the corpses of his own people finds moral survival trying to save from the flames the body of a boy he takes for his son.
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The daughter of a Scottish farmer comes of age in the early 1900s.
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A look at how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder affects American servicemen and women returning home from war.
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Like a young bird yet to find the courage to lift its wings, Fúsi (43) lives alone with his mother, where they've always lived.
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How can we best meet every earth citizens need for healthy food facing our limited resources? Regarding the almost 10 billion humans living on earth by 2050, we have to decide now how we want to shape the future of agriculture.
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A dramatization of the events at Gallipoli using the letters of the soldiers who were there.
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In 1974 Marcia Nasatir made history by becoming the first woman vice-president at United Artists. This film tells how a Jewish girl from San Antonio shattered Hollywood's glass ceiling.
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Thomas wants to avoid conflict at any cost. While on a family ski vacation, his daughter gets in trouble, and his compulsion for harmony proves to be his road to ruin.
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A group of friends face their past, present, and future at a twenty-fifth school reunion that leads them to wonder where their lives are heading.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Matter of Time is a 1976 American/Italian musical fantasy film directed by Vincente Minnelli. The screenplay by John Gay is based on the novel Film of Memory by Maurice Druon. The fictional story is based loosely on the real life exploits of the infamous Italian eccentric, the Marchesa Casati, whom Druon knew during her declining years in London while he was stationed there during World War II. The film marked the first screen appearance for Isabella Rossellini and the last for Charles Boyer, and proved to be Minnelli's final project.
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The journey of A SINGLE FRAME weaves an exploration of the impact of photography from both sides of the shutter. The fascinating post-war culture of Kosovo serves as backdrop.
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Company commander Claus Michael Pedersen and his men are stationed in Helmand, Afghanistan. Meanwhile back in Denmark, with a husband at war and three children missing their father, everyday life is a struggle for Claus' wife Maria. During a routine mission, the soldiers are caught in heavy Taliban crossfire. In order to save his men, Claus makes a decision that ultimately sees him return to Denmark accused of a war crime.
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Gilles and Esther Alexandre struggle with the loss of two sons to suicide and launch a public campaign to reshape Jewish Orthodoxy’s discourse on suicide.
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When Alena arrives at a new boarding school, girls start to harass her. Her best friend Josefin won't let her take it any more. If Alena won't strike back, Josefin will do it for her. Hard.
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Alex, a Greek Orthodox schoolteacher, falls for Lebanese Muslim lawyer, Eve. The relationship is forbidden by both families, and thus the emotional dilemma of 'Alex and Eve' is created.
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The story of an unusual journey or a staged piece of contemplation? However we perceive this tale of a couple wandering through the Czech countryside, we can best experience it by yielding to the calm tempo of their journey through the shady woods.
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An Unexpected History celebrates Moet Hennessy's hundred-year relationship with African Amercian cultyre, and how African Americans shape the brand's identity and success.
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This film traces how Israelis became devoted fans of Egyptian movies during a time of hostility between the two countries in the 1970s through the televised Arabic movie of the week.
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A story of a family that after WWII moved to the south of Slovakia and acquired a prosperous butcher business left behind by a Hungarian emigrant. From the previous owner, the family also inherited a self-assured, greedy assistant who does not like to observe any firm moral principles. He assists the family in gaining wealth but in the long run, he causes the family's moral dissolution. In his most successful feature film, director Zoro Záhon combined a complex drama with excellent acting performances, especially that of Hungarian actor Gábor Koncz in the lead role.
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Policeman Lasse rehabilitates young prisoners by taking them on survival course in the Swedish wasteland. And before he has to retire due to illness, he arranges one last trip.

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I thought this was a very interesting movie. But I don't think it has wide appeal.

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