Sergeant William Burke has had to handle many tough situations in his 20+ years in law enforcement. But this was no ordinary day. And little did Sergeant Burke know that today everything he believed would be put to the ultimate test.
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Cascote - Do you know where your brother is?
This film talks about LOVE YOUR BROTHER. Your brother of blood. It also speaks of the relationship with the neighbors, delayed motherhood, and connect with how the "Cain" effect is still in today's world.
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1536 – Europe is in flames. The Roman Catholic Church and the followers of Reformation started by Luther are fighting with each other: the Roman Catholic Church, which has descended to unprecedented ethical and moral depths and the new type of messages of the Reformation. The pyres are on fire: the high priests of the Roman Catholic Church are burning the followers of the Reformation, and the monarchs who have converted to the Reformed faith are craving for revenge, and are persecuting the Catholics. This is the athmosphere in which the young Calvin appears, trying to solidify the new teachings in the capital of Reformation, Geneva, and trying to convert the whole of Switzerland. In the churches debates about religion are taking place – the film is about one of the most famous such debates. While Calvin is trying to convert the town of Lausanne, he is faced with a worthy opponent: Ignatius of Loyola, later the founder of the Jesuit order and receiving the title of Saint. But now he is only a wandering priest on his way to Rome, who wants to renew the Roman Catholic Church from inside. He is Calvin's opponent in the debate about religion. A religious reformer wanting to destroy everything to build a completely new Europe – and another reformer who wishes to reform his church based on the ancient Christian doctrines. During the debate we get to know the two men's lives and the road leading up to the debate itself. The film depicts love, treason, we see burnt masters, faith and faithlessness and also the ultimate question: is the renewal of contemporary Europe only possible through destruction, dead bodies and horror, wars and killing? We can also draw conclusions for the present. The film was produced in the 500th jubilee year of the Reformation.
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Jacobo is a convicted man, who has regained his freedom. Now he returns home trying to rebuild his life and move his family forward; but in the process, he will discover that it is not a simple task to carry. Discriminated by society, Jacobo will face a number of difficulties and little by little, his new beliefs will be tested. Everything becomes more complicated when Tony, a former partner of misdeeds arrives with an offer that could solve all Jacobo´s problems.
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Our Yolŋu Story of Faith
Our Yolŋu Story of Faith: a story about our people, our language, our faith, our culture. Hundreds of indigenous Australian languages and traditional cultural practices are dead or dying. In remote communities across North East Arnhem Land, a team of learned Yolŋu has worked tirelessly over generations to keep language, faith and culture strong. The impetus for their work may not be what you’d expect.
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Ariel Faith and Trust
Jesús Adrián Romero
Jesús Adrián Romero reads a very sad letter that makes us see the need for faith and trust. How we face and close the difficult situations of life, how we face tragedies, the diagnosis of an incurable disease, the death of a loved one, a divorce that came to break many of our dreams, and the importance to continue living.
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1517 The Flame Rekindled
Clayton Van Huss
500 years ago, a single monk had the audacity to nail his problems with the Church to the door of the Church. The single most influential man in the history of the world since the time of the apostles, who was Martin Luther and how did his actions on October 31, 1517 change the world?
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500 years of the Evangelical Reform
Documentary for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation Movement. It will explore the development of evangelical churches in Argentina and their important influence in areas such as education and the struggle for human and civil rights.
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HOW IS GOD?
Fundación Carmen Noriega
Everyone comes up to an idea of something when we hear the word "god". An image, a concept, a feeling ... How do you imagine God?
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The truth in 2 minutes
We do not pretend to know "all the Truth", but we do approach it, so we invite you to share your discoveries about the most fascinating book.
'Stronger' (Más Fuerte) is the name of our new album. This phrase has a double meaning for us. First, 'My love is stronger than your mistake ...' refers to a God who does not surrender with us, He is the one who calls, and who waits. A God who gave everything so that we understand the magnitude of his love - although we may never fully understand it - in spite of what we are or have been today, perhaps even of what we are going to be. Thus, he speaks of that Grace well understood and valued. Secondly, 'Stronger' expresses that we are more ready than ever to keep walking / running / flying in this dream called MESVER.
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Possible (Posible), is inspired by the life story of Jean Maggi, a story of overcoming. Jean was diagnosed with poliomyelitis when he was one year old. Despite the adversities of life, he was able to fulfill his dreams: climb mountains, cross rivers and travel the world.
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Alone, after the rapture
The film shows life after the 'Rapture' of God; all kinds of violence and injustice on earth.
A group of villains wants to control everything that happens in a small city, that means persecuting and torturing a group of people who seek their salvation at all costs.
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The Great Mountain
"The great mountain" (La Gran Montaña) message of self-improvement "Make your way to the top, because it will always be better to climb the mountain ... than to look at it from afar"
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Work done for Tell The Story Films / Direction, Camera and Edition: Kevin Borysiuk / Assistants: Ali Alonso, Ian Piccinini