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The Troubles We’ve Seen
A film by Marcel Ophuls 

One of the most important films of Marcel Ophuls’ career has also been the least seen until now. Shot primarily in Sarajevo in 1993, during the siege of the former Yugoslavian city, The Troubles We’ve Seen is an exploration of the ethical challenges of war reporting, in which Ophuls examines attitudes toward war in the Western media, and in the societies they inform.
Watch Marcel Ophuls’ “Hotel Terminus”

Two Films by Feng Xiaogang
 Often called China’s answer to Steven Spielberg, Feng Xiaogang is one of the top-grossing and most critically acclaimed filmmakers working today.

A film by Feng Xiaogang

The film chronicles the lives of a group of idealistic adolescents in a military art troupe in the People’s Liberation Army during the Cultural Revolution. 

Only Cloud Knows
A film by Feng Xiaogang

A Chinese man who returns to New Zealand following the death of his wife and begins to discover that she harbored a number of secrets.