Sung partly in a threatened West Papuan language and English, this song is a call for freedom and self-determination in West Papua. It is currently occupied by Indonesia. The song highlights the idea that black lives matter in West Papua and that the people want to free West Papua from the pain and suffering of occupation.
An ex-military boxer with PTSD seeks redemption in a local charity match to save his estranged father's gym.
On the eve of her execution, a religious devotee grapples with her faith when an enigmatic visitor offers her a chance at freedom.
Would a woman so steadfast in her divine mission begin to lose faith in the face of her impending execution?
Sitting alone awaiting her execution Jeanne is visited by a man of faith. Through a series of probing questions, this ominous interlocutor attempts to persuade her to recant her claims of divine contact with God.
Tom, an emotionally closed off, extremely successful businessman’s stone façade begins to crack with the news of his estranged mother’s death. Letters she has left behind force him on an emotional journey where he must learn empathy, acceptance and forgiveness not only towards his mother but more importantly towards himself, or he risks losing his sister and the only family he has left.
LOCKDOWN LOVE displays a rich socio-cultural diverseness by a geographically spread group of participants during the height of the pandemic in the Covid-19 global lockdown. Friends and family have joined filmmakers Paul London and Tracey Moberly to represent their LOCKDOWN LOVE viewed through the lenses of their smartphones. From rollerblading through the empty sanitized streets of Krasnoyarsk, in Eastern Siberia; the observation of boredom on a masseuse's face in Bali, Indonesia; nature vocalizing itself through a typical thunderstorm in Jinja, Uganda; empty trains, planes and automobiles ... to the love of parents, carers and children - old and young from across the globe. Red weaves a theme throughout the imagery as members from 40 countries depict their account of LOCKDOWN LOVE … guided by a faceless red-winged angel.
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