With empathy and humour, he depicts churches and solemn ceremonies rising like apparitions in the remotest countryside; a wall calendar of celebrity photographs written over with a musical score, played by a group of women; dugouts and earth houses used for preaching and ministry; a rural family assembling a Christ figure; the pious faces of children singing; processions through the wheat fields of mourners in traditional Chinese funeral dress, Shanghai Gay Pride celebrates its tenth birthday the coffin or shouldering a cross; a priest in ceremonial attire conducting mass for the sick in a maize field, and so on.
Dir: Gil Cardinal. Foster Child Foster Child Alberta filmmaker Gil Cardinal, raised in foster care, searches for his birth family and rediscovers his Métis heritage in this awardwinning documentary. Munem Wasif was born in the city of Comilla, Bangladesh, in and has been photographing in Old Dhaka for more than 10 years.
Dir: Joseph H. Film Classification Office. This has become the backbone of our Moscow portrait series, a collaboration between two photographs spanning two decades. In every movement you can see how the blood of the big city runs trough their veins, taking over their spirit and finally express in their behavior.
I think they should make 20 more movies, every stage of these ladies lives is interesting and gives me hope for an alternative way to see aging women and I want to see MORE! Memory can stumble and fall - disappear any minute as the elderly leave us - JR shows us that it is important not to forget what the elderly have to pass on to younger