#1. Revolusi ‘48 (2008) documentary trailer
The sequel to Fahmi Reza’s cult favourite 10 Tahun Sebelum Merdeka, Revolusi ‘48 chronicles the largely forgotten armed revolution for national liberation launched against British colonial rule in Malaya 60 years ago.
This documentary tells the untold story of those who struggled in the anti-colonial guerrilla war of independence, during the Malayan Revolution of 1948.
Coming 20th October 2008!
#2. Mad About English! – Official Theatrical Trailer 2008
The official trailer for the documentary feature “Mad About English!”.
#3. Official FUEL Trailer (2008)
The trailer for the movie FUEL. “Fuel” is a vital, superbly assembled documentary that presents an insightful overview of America’s troubled relationship with oil and how alternative and sustainable energies can reduce our country’s and the world’s addictive dependence on fossil fuels.
#4. Flow (2008) Movie Trailer
Flow is a 2008 documentary film directed by Irena Salina. It examines the global water crisis and presents a case against the growing privatization of the world’s dwindling fresh water supply.
The documentary was an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008, won the International Jury Prize at the Mumbai International Film Festival, the award for Best Human Interest Film at the 2008 Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival, and the award for Best Documentary at the 2008 Vail International Film Festival.
#5. “The Last Word” Documentary Trailer (2008)
The inevitable story of failure which every American anticipated but hoped would never have to be told. This documentary takes the “Innocent Man on Texas Death Row” tale to a dark corner feared by all – - proving that an innocent man has been executed by the State.
Director, Jesse Quackenbush
A clash between good and evil strikes up on the High Plains of Texas when Johnny Frank Garrett, a 17 year old retarded boy is arrested, convicted and ultimately executed for the Halloween night rape, mutilation and murder of Sister Tadea Benz. The 76 year old nun was attacked while she slept in her room at the St. Francis Convent in Amarillo, Texas. Garrett claimed his innocence from the time of his arrest until his dying breath. Sixteen years after Garrett’s execution new evidence rose up from the cold case grave of the Amarillo Police Department proving they executed the wrong man!
During interviews with key players the case of Johnny Frank Garrett unfolds like a recipe for executing the innocent. A death penalty obsessed District Attorney and his lap-dog medical examiner, ladder climbing cops, bloodthirsty media, enraged and fearful jurors, incompetent defense lawyers, politicized judges, witchhunting religious zealots and an ironfisted Governor with national ambitions meld together as perfect ingredients for a plate of government sponsored murder.
In Garrett’s final statement he professed his innocence one last time but did so in a voice driven by hate and vengeance. In his chilling conclusion Garrett promised those responsible for his murder that someday he would have the last word and they would pay for what they had done. For most of Garrett’s enemies “someday” happened long ago.
Regardless of faith, for or against the death penalty, liberal or conservative The Last Word compels viewers to feel not only the collective pain our societal conscience suffers for executing the innocent but also the individual fear of not knowing what margins of error our judges, jurors and executioners will find acceptable tomorrow.
#6. “HAYEDEH, Legendary Persian Diva” (Documentary Trailer) تریلر مستند سخن از هایده
Trailer of the first documentary about the late singer HAYEDEH (1942-1990) by Pejman Akbarzadeh.
(Edited by Mostafa Heravi, Camera: Sholeh Zahraei & M. Heravi; Language: Persian, Subtitle: English, 100 min. ), Netherlands, 2008. (www.PejmanAkbarzadeh.com) – Premier in Amsterdam, Griffioen Cultural Centre, 24th January 2009.
US PREMIER: NOOR FILM FESTIVAL, LOS ANGELES, MAY 1, 2009: http://www.noorfilmfestival.com/schedule.html
Since the 1979 revolution in Persia (Iran), which brought a fundamentalist religious government to power, women have not been allowed to sing in public. All Persian women singers were forced to end their careers and many of them moved abroad to sing. Hayedeh was one of those who fled Iran. (more: http://www.payvand.com/news/09/jan/1043.html )
#7. Foundations Documentary Trailer 2008-09
Late 70’s, early 1980’s New York City Forthcoming Documentary given to me by the film maker himself. For those who never lived in NYC or moved here from another state, this is the way we used live in the city late 70’s, early 80s. This is how it all started! The Big Bang! Video Copyrighted and shall not be re-broadcasted without permission. – Most Club Footage in this Video is from the infamous club “The FunHouse”!
#8. Old Partner – 2008 Korean Documentary Trailer
A South Korean independent documentary, by director Lee Chung-ryoul will have its North American premiere in competition at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Held in Park City, Utah, the festival will run January 15 25, this year celebrating its 25th anniversary.
#9. [Standard Operating Procedure] War Documentary Trailer 2008
Errol Morris examines the incidents of abuse and torture of suspected terrorists at the hands of U.S. forces at the Abu Ghraib prison.
Release Date:29 May 2008 (Germany)
#10. ‘WILD HORSES’ Extended Documentary Trailer
‘Wild Horses’ Directed by Dominic Dandridge, Presented by Sadie Kaye and Produced by Create4TV www.create4.tv Dominic Dandridge and Sadie Kaye 2008