From Channel 4’s guide:
The untold story of 2008’s terrorist attack, in the words of its victims and the gunmen. The programme contains graphic images and descriptions of the atrocity which may upset some viewers. […]
As real as it gets. This documentary has left me blank—I don’t know what to think or say.
A good overview of the international politics of climate change, the current state of events and hope for a lot more in the upcoming convention in Copenhagen.
Homage to a timeless masterpiece by A. R. Rahman. Created by the biggest Rahman fan I’ve had the privilege of knowing.
My friend Rashmi:
It’s like The Office, this movie. Bollywood style.
Gives Hera Pheri a run for its money. Brilliant stuff!
(Wikipedia | YouTube Trailer)
Independent Online Cinema presents an unofficial and free high-concept Lord of the Rings prequel made for under $5,000. The film remains true to the style of Peter Jackson’s films and the world of J.R.R. Tolkien telling how Aragorn tracked down Gollum between The Hobbit & The Fellowship of the Ring.
40 minutes of footage on a budget of just 5k. Impressive!