Cinephil

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    Cinephil is an international sales and advisory firm, which has a strong reputation for securing international distribution, broadcasting, and financing deals for documentaries from all over the world on behalf of film producers and directors. With a history of selling unique and award-winning films, Cinephil also acts as a strategic advisor and co-producer. Cinephil has facilitated the sale and financing of well over a hundred films. Cinephil represented (and produced) the 2013 Academy Award nominee The Gatekeepers; the 2014 Academy Award nominee The Act of Killing, executive produced by Werner Herzog and Errol Morris; Cathedrals of Culture, a 3D project executive produced by Wim Wenders and including films by Wim Wenders and Robert Redford, and Martin Scorsese’s new documentary, The 50 Year Argument, about The New York Review of Books.

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    17 Blocks

    • Davy Rothbart
    • 2019

      17 Block illuminates a nation’s ongoing crisis through one family’s raw, stirring, and deeply personal saga.

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      Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets

      • Bill Ross IV, Turner Ross
      • 2020

        In a dark neighborhood bar on the outskirts of Las Vegas, the regulars drop by one final time to seek refuge in alcohol and in each other. This cinéma vérité-style ode to the American dive bar evokes unexpected feelings of nostalgia.

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        Children

        • Ada Ushpiz
        • 2020

          Pawns in a life they did not choose, forced to become adults before their time. The emotional, mental and political world of Palestinian girls. Meet the third generation of the occupation.

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          Love, It Was Not

          • Maya Sarfaty
          • 2020

            A reconstruction of the extraordinary history of a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz and the SS officer who fell in love with her. Interviews, diary excerpts, and archive footage tell the story from multiple perspectives.

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            Self Portrait

            • Katja Høgset, Margreth Olin, Espen Wallin
            • 2019

              Lene Marie Fossen, a world class photographer, suffers from anorexia. Self Portrait is Lene Marie’s journey and struggle.

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              Sqizo

              • Duccio Fabbri
              • 2020

                Sqizo is a film with exclusive access to an invisible genius who has made of his 86 years on earth a work of art.

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                A Thousand Cuts

                • Ramona Diaz
                • 2020

                  A vivid portrait of intrepid journalist and CEO Maria Ressa. Despite slander and threats, she continues to deploy her steely yet modest personality in the fight against the populist Filipino leader Duterte.

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                  We Are the Thousand

                  • Anita Rivaroli
                  • 2020

                    An uplifting, inspiring, and emotional music documentary about a seemingly impossible plan to record a song by the Foo Fighters with a thousand musicians. This feelgood film celebrates pipe-dreams, pluck, and perseverance.

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