Nicky’s Family

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The amazing story of the man described as “Britain’s Schindler”

A 96 minute long English-language documentary with dramatic re-enactments

35mm print, DCP, DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1

“The best documentary I have ever seen.”
Václav Havel, former president of the Czech Republic

“The most moving and inspiring story I have taken part in.”
Esther Rantzen – BBC TV presenter

    “It is a film that inspires through goodness.“
Zdenek Sverák, Czech screenwriter and author of Oscar-winning film “Kolya”

NICKY ´S FAMILY is a gripping documentary from the International Emmy Award winning film director Matej Minac about the rescue operation of Sir Nicholas Winton (105 years old) who saved 669 children at the outbreak of WWII. The film features dramatic re-enactments and never before seen archival footage (one third of the film) as well as interviews with a number of rescued “children” and Sir Nicholas Winton himself.

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Don McLean: American Troubadour

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at One of the World’s Greatest Singer-Songwriters

This special summarizes Don McLean’s forty-year plus career and features live performances of his best-known hits including “American Pie,” “Vincent,” “Crying” and “I Love You So.”  It features newly shot documentary scenes and performances of this largely private artist who is considered one of the world’s best singer- songwriters.  Historian and Rolling Stone journalist Douglas Brinkley is also interviewed.

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Mississippi Chicken

John Fiege’s Mississippi Chicken explores the ongoing difficulties faced by the Latin American immigrant population in a poultry town in America’s New South and the increasing attempts to redress the balance.

Mississippi ChickenObserving the individual people and stories over the course of one summer, this unique documentary builds a rich, intimate tapestry of lives thus far disregarded by the mainstream media. Contrasting lyrical vignettes of everyday life with the ever-present pressures and injustices faced by its community, this finely-textured documentary, with its

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