Set in modern-day Atlanta and inspired by real-life events, DA’PARTMENTS explores the fine line between the everyday struggles of the underprivileged and the enchantment hidden within an apartment complex. What makes DA’PARTMENTS truly exceptional is its allure. It’s a cinematic gem, diving deep into the lives of the marginalized and underrepresented. We weave their captivating stories into beautiful pieces of art, creating a must-watch experience. Get ready to be enchanted by DA’PARTMENTS.
Da Möb is a Swedish animated series, created by Magnus Carlsson, about three youngsters who form a rap band called Da Möb. They try to get a record deal. It aired in the United States from 2001–2002 and in Sweden from 2002-2003.
The name Da Möb comes from The Mob with a joke heavy metal umlaut.
An emblematic figure in the defense of Berber culture, Mouloud Mammeri (1917-1989) experienced numerous confrontations with the authorities in Algeria, including the suspension in 1973 of the teaching of Berber at university and the ban of the conference he was to deliver on March 10, 1980 at the University of Tizi Ouzou on ancient Kabyle poetry... which will be the detonator of the powerful and harshly repressed cultural demands movement of April 1980, also called the Berber Spring. Mouloud Mammeri is one of the "historians" of French-speaking Algerian literature from the middle of the last century who, through his pen, gave back the soul to a country by giving it back its voice.
The documentary that uncovers the creative, political, and spiritual journeys of China’s foremost 20th-century painter Chang Dai-chien (1899-1983). The film follows his unusual life journey from pre-Communist China to Argentina, the jungles of Brazil; his much acclaimed exhibits in Paris and Germany in the 1960s; as well as his final years in California and Taiwan, in a thirty-year exile in the West that has been shrouded in mystery. Through interviews and previously unseen archival materials, we follow three decades of this artist’s creative and spiritual quest far from his homeland.
Marco, Tato, Serena, and Leo are nine years old, and they are inseparable friends, ready to defend each other from their schoolmates’ bullying. On the evening of Marco's birthday, all four find themselves together to blow out the candles and unknowingly make the same wish: become adults. In one night's time, they find themselves magically the same age as their parents, but with the same behaviour and thoughts they have as kids.
An aspiring songwriter who ekes out a living by composing music for commercials, can no longer bear the many compromises that line of work demands and decides one day that enough is enough. As he reminisces about his college years, he leaves the city for his hometown.