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We extend a big welcome KimStim as our newest contributor to the Docuseek2 collection of film. KimStim is a leading distributor of innovative world cinema. KimStim’s mission of releasing “overlooked, under-appreciated masterworks of world cinema” is a perfect fit with our mission of providing essential documentaries for academic streaming.
KimStim is starting with three films:
Forget Me Not - In this touching profile, filmmaker David Sieveking portrays the domestic care of his mother, Gretel, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
The Human Scale – Acclaimed architect Jan Gehl and his team are on a humanistic mission to reclaim public space in mega-cities for pedestrians (and cyclists) rather than cars. This human approach to city planning is put to the test in Denmark, Los Angeles, New York, China, Australia, New Zealand and India.
Torture Made in USA – A disturbing examination of the the United States policy of torture under the cover of "War on Terror".
To enhance discoverability and boost awareness of the rich set of content on Docuseek2 (now over 500 titles!), title pages now feature related titles.
We will be enriching the links within the Docuseek2 collection over the next several months. Have a related title to suggest? Send it in via our Contact page.