Tagged: mood: know-it-all
A Ugandan girl sees her world rapidly change after being introduced to the game of chess.
If Sonam never ever delivers a good role ever again, she’ll have Neerja to be remembered for; and Neerja Bhanot will be remembered for her heroism and temple.
We Are X is the dark and exciting history of Japans’ largest and most well-loved rock band, X Japan. Intricately weaving past and present, this documentary shows fans the true side of the lengends.
Though an American production, Pelé: Birth of a Legend fills a gap in our continental filmography to enthrall and inspire a generation of kids that may know or not the name of football star Pele.
Hany Abu-Assad is back with the most feel-good film in his career; following the real life of Arab Idol winner Mohammed Assaf, who shot to fame back in 2013 with his incredible journey from Gaza wedding singer to the stages of Arab Idol.
This striking third feature by Colombian director Ciro Guerra tracks a pair of mythical, quasi-ethnographic journeys into the heart of the Amazon to explore and comment on the destructive powers of colonialism.
The true story of a private school teacher that leaves her good-earning job to help the five remaining students of a tiny kindergarten of a poor district that’s about to get shut down.
A man has to survive Mars with his knowledge and wits, using any resources he has available in order to extend his life and find a way to make contact with Earth to communicate that he is alive.
One of the most important films in recent history tells the story of The World’s Most Dangerous Group
A teenage boy accidentally time-slips back to the Warring Era period, where he discovers historical figure Oda Nobunaga looks just like him.