Raindance Film Festival 2010

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Camp Victory, Afghanistan Camp Victory, Afghanistan
Camp Victory, Afghanistan and Stolen
American Grindhouse (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Elijah Drenner; Writer: Elijah Drenner, Calum Waddell; Stars: Allison Anders, Judith M. Brown, Larry Cohen, Joe Dante, Don Edmonds, Robert Forster, David Hess, Jack Hill, Jonathan Kaplan, Jeremy Kasten, John Landis, Herschell Gordon Lewis, William Lustig, Ted V. Mikels, Bob Minor), Official Site
The hidden history of the American exploitation film.
Camp Victory, Afghanistan (Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Carol Dysinger), Official Site
Documentary focusing on the fledgling Afghan National Army.
The Cutting Tradition (Country: UK, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Egypt; Year: 2009; Director: Nancy Durrell McKenna, John Howarth; Writer: John Howarth)
Documentary about the practice of female genital mutilation.
Rouge Ciel (Country: France; Year: 2009; Director: Bruno Decharme; Stars: Zdenek Kosek)
Charting the rise of the art brut movement.
Stolen (Country: Australia; Year: 2009; Director: Violeta Ayala, Daniel Fallshaw; Stars: Violeta Ayala, Daniel Fallshaw)
Saharawi refugees in the Algerian desert speak out about slavery, and two filmmakers find themselves in unexpected danger.
There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho (Country: New Zealand; Year: 2010; Director: Briar March), Official Site
Documentary about the people living on the tiny Polynesian island of Takuu, which is slowly succumbing to rising sea levels.
This Way Of Life (Country: New Zealand; Year: 2009; Director: Thomas Burstyn; Writer: Barbara Sumner-Burstyn; Stars: Colleen Karena, Peter Karena, Aurora Ottley-Karena, Corban Ottley-Karena, Elias Ottley-Karena, Llewelyn Ottley-Karena, Malachi Ottley-Karena, Salem Ottley-Karena), Official Site
Intimate documentary about a Maori family.
The Vice Guide to Liberia ()
Documentary about the political instable country.
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