1. BLAMED: Angela's nightmare



    Nightmares and visions from her father's legacy haunt a young woman when she returns home to take over the family estate.

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    • Making of Dia del Padre


      from Felipe Heiremans Mekis / Added

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      Making of Catalogo dia del Padre Almacenes Paris Mayo 2011

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      • Father


        from Maria Bondoc / Added

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        “Act as you believe and you will finally believe” Humiliation preserves rank when pride stops. After being heartbroken, mother conserves her ideal image of a perfect family to avoid embarrassment. She measures reality through a fake perception of the past, rejecting her husband’s runaway, embellishing his personality, transforming him into a hero in front of her two sons. At the dining table, the family communication is oppressed by this taboo subject “fathers disappearance”, nobody wants to talk about it but everybody does! This short film is a portrait of a dysfunctional family triggered by lost of pride! This short movie was presented at BFI.

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        • Happy Birth-Day


          from Michael Gonzales / Added

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          This is a short experimental birth documentary I shot in May 2010. It was a beautiful experience that I shared with my dearest friends during there deliver. I happen to meet and shoot the young performer Adrienne Hatkin days before the birth. It all just fell into place. Thank you and enjoy!

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          • BONNE NUIT PAPA - Official Teaser (English)


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            Dr. Ottara Kem never spoke about his Cambodian past to his German daughters. But on his deathbed he desired to be buried in Cambodia. With the fulfillment of his wish begins an intense, conciliative, and poetic journey through the story of his life.

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            • Occupy Your Kingdom Webcast - Wed. March 12, 2014 by Barry Adams


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              On Fatherheart.tv's live weekly webcast on Wed. February 12, 2014, Barry Adams shares how it is our Father's good pleasure to give us His Kingdom. In this webcast, Barry explores some of the implications of such a wonderful gift! Tune in live yourself at 3 pm Eastern Standard Time and join the conversation or watch our archived videos at http://fatherheart.tv

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              • Father and son walking


                from Max Ivnitskiy / Added

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                Equipment: Canon 550D; EF 50 mm f1.4 Music: Simon and Garfunkel - The Sound of Silence Location: Ukraine, Crimea, Simferopol

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                • 2/1 - Living in Christ


                  from Lifebuilder Community Church / Added

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                  • The King Crucified: Conversion at Calvary (Luke 23:39-43) John MacArthur


                    from John MacArthur / Added

                    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-287 Luke 23 is our text...Luke 23. We're going to return to the scene at Calvary on that Passover Friday in the spring of A.D. 30 when Jesus was crucified. I want to give you the full setting as Luke records it, so I want to begin reading in verse 32 and read down through verse 43. "And two others also who were criminals were being led away to be put to death with Him. And when they came to the place called The Skull, there they crucified Him and the criminals, one on the right and the other on the left. But Jesus was saying, 'Father, forgive them for they do not know what they are doing.' And they cast lots, dividing up His garments among themselves. And the people stood by looking on and even the rulers were sneering at Him saying, 'He saved others, let Him save Himself if this is the Christ of God, His Chosen One.' And the soldiers also mocked Him, coming up to Him offering Him sour wine and saying, 'If You are the King of the Jews, save Yourself.' Now there was also an inscription above Him, 'This is the King of the Jews.' And one of the criminals who were hanged there was hurling abuse at Him, saying, 'Aren't You not the Christ? Save Yourself and us.' But the other answered, and rebuking him said, 'Do you not even fear God since you are under the same sentence of condemnation? And we indeed justly for we're receiving what we deserve for our deeds, but this man has done nothing wrong.' And he was saying, 'Jesus, remember me when You come in Your Kingdom.' And He said to him, 'Truly I say to you, today you shall be with Me in Paradise.'" The story of the penitent thief is not in Matthew, Mark or John. It is only in Luke. This is all we have. And in a sense, as we look at verses 39 to 43 and consider this miraculous conversion of a thief hanging on a cross next to Jesus, we might conclude that this is a rather cryptic account. Perhaps we would wish that Matthew had given us another look at it, or Mark, or both, or John. But this is all we have. We have considered the comedy at Calvary, the burlesque, the vaudeville, the sarcasm, the mockery, the extended joke as the notion that Jesus was a King was laughable. They heaped scorn on Him. "If You're a King, save Yourself and us."...

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                    • How God Buried His Son (Mark 15:42-47) John MacArthur


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                      http://www.gty.org/Resources/Sermons/41-83 Well let's open the Word of God then to the fifteenth chapter of the wonderful gospel of Mark. We all understand the importance of the cross. We looked at the details of our Lord's death. We're very familiar with all the explanations of the meaning of the cross that are given to us by the Apostles and their associates who wrote the books of the New Testament. We're very familiar with the importance of the cross, the priority of the cross, the wonder of the cross, the miraculous nature of the death of our Lord. And we also are very well aware of the resurrection, even though we haven't arrived yet, added in Mark's gospel, we...not too many months ago did an entire series on the fifteenth chapter of 1 Corinthians and looked at the meaning of the Resurrection of Christ in all of its implications and facets. We have studied the Resurrection in the other three gospels. We understand its miraculous nature. We understand its massive and eternal implications. Those are two very, very significant marks in the life and ministry of Christ. There is one, however, in the middle of them, between the cross and the resurrection that is equally monumental, although it is usually overlooked. It is the burial of Jesus. Maybe you've never even thought about that. Maybe you've never even taken time to consider the significance of the burial of Christ. It had human elements, but was no less supernatural than what was happening at the cross, or the Resurrection. This is an amazing, supernatural, divinely orchestrated event. And I mean by that, the burial of Jesus Christ. You might even say that when He was dead in the body, He was alive in the Spirit and He basically coordinated His own funeral. He controlled every detail of His own burial. The burial of Jesus is strong affirmation of His deity and His Messiahship, strong affirmation of the veracity of Scripture, the deity of Christ, the sovereignty of God and the purpose of history. All of that from the burial of Jesus....

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